JD Shelburne Releases “The Road I Grew Up On” Music Video
Country music singer-songwriter JD Shelburne shows off his sentimental side, reflecting on his past of growing up in rural Kentucky during a simpler time. “The Road I Grew Up On” was written by Shelburne, Tony Martin, and Mark Nesler and is off his current iTunes top ten record, Straight From Kentucky. Shelburne is pictured strapped with his guitar, carrying out the song’s heartfelt lyrics that explain no matter how much things change, home will always be where his heart is. “The Road I Grew Up On” music video was premiered by CMT.com and Heartland TV will air on Country Music Today on Friday, August 19 at 5:30 pm ET.
Listen/stream/buy “The Road I Grew Up On” HERE.
To view Shelburne’s premiere with CMT.com, visit HERE.
“The Road I Grew Up On was a song title I took to a writing appointment. It was the first time in the room with hitmaker Tony Martin. Mark Nesler brought all three of us together at his house one day and it’s been one of my most favorite songs I have written. This song takes you back home and that was the whole idea behind writing the lyrics – we wanted the listener to realize that no matter how far you stray from home, you never forget how to get back. The song has been a fan favorite ever since my record release. We listened to the fans on this one and wanted to bring the song to life. My favorite part of the video is when I am looking back at some old photos from my childhood. Those are actual photos my mom dug up from back home. It brings so much emotion to the video. You’ll see photos of my parents, grandparents, my childhood home, my grandmother’s home, and more. Those photos really set the tone for taking you back home like this song does for me every time I sing it. It’s one of my favorite videos to date – Stormlight knocked it out of the park.”
Shelburne continues to make positive impressions in the music industry with his most recent album Straight From Kentucky which reached #9 on the iTunes charts in 2021, and features from CMT, GAC, People, Newsmax, and NBC. His single “Hometown in My Headlights” climbed to #2 on the CMT 12 Pack Countdown and reached #46 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart. The fan-favorite song was written by Tommy Cecil, Brandon Ray & Jared Mullins, and produced by Phil O’Donnell. Shelburne has a multitude of tour dates listed below that you will not want to miss!
Upcoming Tour Dates:
AUG 21 – Assembly Hall Skydeck / Nashville, Tenn.
AUG 24 – Wildhorse Saloon / Nashville, Tenn.
AUG 26 – The Buttermilk Festival / Bardstown, Ky.
SEP 03 – Private Event / Versailles, Ky.
SEP 07 – The 859 Taproom and Grill / Florence, Ky.
SEP 08 – The Fox Den / Louisville Ky.
SEP 09 – Clarksville Riverfest / Clarksville, Tn.
SEP 15 – Private Event / Louisville, Ky.
SEP 16 – Wildhorse Saloon / Nashville, Tenn.
SEP 17 – Jeffersontown Gaslight Festival / Jeffersontown, Ky.
SEP 18 – Assembly Hall Skydeck / Nashville, Tenn.
OCT 05 – Private Event / Louisville, KY
OCT 07 – Parlour New Albany / New Albany, Ind.
OCT 08 – St Edwards Fall Festival / Louisville, Ky.
OCT 14 – Private Event / Winchester, Ky.
OCT 15 – Joe’s Older Than Dirt / Louisville, Ky.
OCT 16 – Once in a Blue Moon Summer Jamboree / Sulphur, Ky.
OCT 23 – Once in a Blue Moon Eastern Kentucky Flood Benefit / Georgetown, Ky.
OCT 29 – Lake Cumberland Live! / Monticello, Ky.
NOV 05 – The Fox Den / Louisville, Ky.
NOV 10 – Joe’s Older Than Dirt / Louisville, Ky.
NOV 12 – Caesars Casino Southern Indian / Elizabeth, Ind.
DEC 08 – Joe’s Older Than Dirt / Louisville, Ky.
DEC 10 – 6th Annual Army Navy Bash / Lake Louisville, Ky.
For more information, tickets, and to keep up with JD Shelburne, visit his website and follow his social channels linked below.
About JD Shelburne:
Nashville-based country music artist JD Shelburne was raised on a tobacco farm in Taylorsville, Kentucky, just outside of Louisville. When JD was 19, he found a guitar after the death of his grandmother. He quickly learned how to play it, and began writing and singing songs on his own. By his sophomore year of college, he had found a few gigs at some local bars in Louisville & Lexington, Kentucky area venues, developing a large base of fans along the way.
His debut single and video for “One Less Girl” world premiered on CMT in 2018, and then went on to become a Top 30 Music Row charted song on country radio. CMT again world premiered his second song and video for “She Keeps Me Up Nights” in April of 2019, which peaked at #3 of their 12 Pack countdown series. In 2020, Shelburne was featured on the cover of the 2020 Kentucky Tourism Visitor’s Guide, Kentucky Living, and was the May Artist of the Month for Texas Roadhouse. JD’s video for “Church Pew Bar Stool” hit #1 on CMT’s 12-pack countdown and he was recently honored with a display at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame as well as a formal acclamation from Governor Andy Beshear of Kentucky, honoring JD Shelburne for his accomplishments in country music. His new album Straight From Kentucky is available now.
To keep up with new music and upcoming show announcements visit jdshelburne.com.