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Trace Adkins Releases 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow' Video

February 12, 2011 (7:41 am) GMT
Being the only human in the 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow' music video makes Trace Adkins feel 'creepy' but he enjoys it.

Another new music video coming out on February 11 is the one supporting ' single "Brown Chicken, Brown Cow". The video is a showcase of the puppetmasters who create the faces of TV show "Crank Yankers". The country music singer is the only human appearing in this clip before he is later replaced by a puppet version of himself.

"[It's] really creepy," Adkins told The Boot. But, he enjoyed filming it, "Doing music videos prepares you for when you get into larger productions, whether it's television or movies." He added, "What it prepares you for is the waiting part, where you're sitting around on set waiting to relight something or light the next shot. That's the most monotonous part of it. Music videos are great for that part."

Adkins has recently filmed a movie "" which stars . "It was a great experience," he gushed. "Everything I did was with Matthew. I enjoyed working with him. He's a great guy. We grew up about 60 miles apart; he's an East Texas boy. We got along good and had fun."

"Brown Chicken, Brown Cow" is lifted from Trace Adkins' ninth studio album "". Its music video was filmed at Disney's Golden Oak Ranch in North of Los Angeles and directed by Michael Salomon.

Trace Adkins' "Brown Chicken, Brown Cow" music video

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