Thursday, November 21, 2013

Laura Bell Bundy is Kentucky Dirty

The video for Laura Bell Bundy’s latest single, Kentucky Dirty, is now available on Vevo at:  The single was released on November 5th and is available on iTunes

Laura Bell Bundy directed the video with friend Becky Fluke in her home state of Kentucky.  The University of Kentucky dance team makes a cameo in the video which is featured in the Kentucky Wildcat Basketball documentary "The Sixth Man" available at Walmart November 26th

The song and video are very personal for Bundy who was raised a University of Kentucky fan and considers it a religion.  The behind the scenes of the making of the video can be seen at:

Laura Bell Bundy is the true definition of triple threat. Her theatrical resume reads like a wish list of the most coveted roles in recent Broadway history Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray, Glinda in the smash hit Wicked and she originated the role of Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, a performance that earned her Tony Award, Outer Critics Circle, and Drama Desk nominations. 
She has also been spotted in front of the camera throughout her career, appearing on television shows such as Cold Case, Veronica Mars, Home Improvement, How I Met Your Mother, Malibu Country, and a recurring role as "Shelby" on Hart of Dixie. Bundy can currently be seen as the female lead in the Charlie Sheen, FX network comedy,  Anger Management, playing Dr. Jordan Denby, the “new sex-study research partner” to Sheen’s character.

Bundy penned all but one of the songs on her previous album, Achin’ and Shakin.’  Her breakout hit “Giddy On Up” reached #31 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Charts and landed her a show stopping performance on the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards.  “Giddy On Up” was also featured on the popular video game Just Dance 3. 
Laura Bell’s most recent single “Two Step” answers the age-old question of what happens when you combine HOT, country, dance tracks and hip-hop beats?   Her music is bold, outspoken, hilarious, surprising, devilishly dirty and most of all, danceable. 

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