The third and last segment of “I May Be Bluffin’” was shot at a local hot spot in College Station, Texas and the music video is now in post-production, with a release date scheduled for September.
College Station, Texas (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
The Texas Poker Store’s production of the music video, “I May Be Bluffin”, with music and lyrics by Randy Pavlock and Chief Dealer, Jim Paris, and sung by Pavlock has now been completed. The video, produced and videographed by Kyle Netterville and directed by Netterville and Paris is now in post-production, with a release date set for September.
“We had a great time during the three shoots, including two in an amazing barn/man-cave out in Hearne, Texas, and the last one at a local nightspot in College Station, Texas. It was amazing how many friends came out to support us and be part of the video. Everyone who came to see the final table sequence got to be a “fan” of the players for the night,” said Paris.
The final four players consisted of Paul “My House My Rules” Marvin, Troy “T-Licious” Davidson, Randy “The Real Deal” Pavlock and Jim “Chief Dealer” Paris with the dealer played by Gretchen Farrar. Whitney “Wildcat” Brandl, Hannah “Raisin Hell” Hasha, Camille “Cami” Butler, Allison “Alli” Glover, and Kelsey “Kel” Stanislaw were cast as the lovely young ladies who danced and rooted for their men. These beautiful models were provided by Hunter Artz of “Photos by Hunter Studios”.
“Of course, we now have hours of editing to get through all the footage we shot before we can release “I May Be Bluffin’” to the world,” Paris states. “The video tells an authentic poker story about a poker tourney that starts at a man-cave in the middle of the woods and finishes with the final poker table at a popular local club, so we know it will appeal to the millions of poker players out there. On the other hand, with Pavlock’s gritty country-rock sound on the title song, along with those gorgeous young women, I believe it will also have universal appeal.
“ I’m not going to tell you how it went at the final table heads-up showdown,” Paris adds, “but I will say that the players splashed all their poker chips on the table . . . and someone walked away the big winner.”
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