The Bellamy Brothers Return for Blake Shelton’s 2020 Tour Following Release of “Over the Moon”

Published on November 21, 2019

Country music duo, The Bellamy Brothers are back with the release of their new music video, “Over the Moon,” which exclusively premiered on Billboard.com last week. The music track, released earlier this year, is “an old romantic country song” that according to David Bellamy, “was made to be slow moving and beautiful.”

The video features both David and Howard Bellamy singing the sweet ballad of new love, set to the backdrop of a star-filled sky. But get this, the video features them singing and dancing with their real-life loved ones on their ranch in Darby, Florida.

Filmed by the same crew who assist on the band’s reality series, Honky Tonk Ranch, and Derrek Kupish of DKupish Productions, whose work speaks for itself, especially during Billy Ray CyrusOld Town Road campaign. The series is currently filming its third season.

The song itself is the byproduct of Howard’s writing, and is “a true-dyed in the wool classic country song,” David explained. “We told the cast bring over your wives or significant others and had them all slow-dancing to this romantic song,” David shared with Billboard.

Country artist Blake Shelton recently announced that the Bellamy Brothers will be returning alongside him for the second time on the road for his upcoming 2020 Friends and Heroes Tour. Other artists including Trace Adkins, Lauren Alaina, and John Anderson will be joining the Tour as well.

Kicking off February 13, the tour will bring fans “more of the same” material they are already used to from The Bellamy Brothers.

The tour last year was so incredible,” David exclaimed. “It was just so much fun with this particular group of artists. Everybody is so enjoyable to be around and very talented. I think it is one of the best shows out there!

Andrew "Drew" Rossow is an award-winning journalist and former News Editor at Grit Daily. Joining in 2019, he was instrumental in Grit Daily's "year two" and in Grit Daily House, the alt-SXSW activation that Fast Company described as bringing "SXSW back to its roots." He is a nominal co-founder at Grit Daily.

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