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Published on September 11th, 2013 | by Ballard Lesemann


Tyler Boone Releases Handsome Video for ‘Don’t Forget My Name’

Charleston-based singer/guitarist Tyler Boone (a Goose Creek native) released a new music video today (Sept. 11) for “Don’t Forget My Name,” a strummy, bouncy tune from his 2012 studio album Changing Pace (King City Records). Boone and his bandmates — bassist John Fletcher, guitarist Dan Rainey, and drummer Arthur “IV” Young — tracked the collection at Ocean Industries on James Island with veteran audio engineers Jeff Leonard Jr. and Eric Rickert.

The footage of the “Don’t Forget My Name” video was shot and edited entirely black and white by local videographer/filmmaker John Barnhardt (of Barnfly Productions), cinematographer David Walton Smith, and video editor Katie Gatrelle. Barnhardt also directed Boone’s first-ever music video for the poppy anthem “Home” (also from Changing Pace) last March.

Simply lit with a spotlight and beautifully shot, the video features the man himself, singing and strumming along with each verse. Longhaired guitarist Dallas Corbett (of Wrenwood) makes an appearance, Les Paul six-string in hand. Gatrelle is featured as well, singing along and playing a miniature tambourine. The rhythm section of Fletcher and Young looks extra hip in their classic shades and dark suits.

Released last fall, Changing Pace was solid album of melodic alt-pop with radio-friendly production quality. “Don’t Forget My Name” is currently the local airwaves at 105.5 The Bridge.

Boone recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund his latest studio project at Ocean Industries. He and the band will be tracking new original material this month for their forthcoming album.

Boone will perform at the Mt. Pleasant Wild Wing Café (at 1181 Oakland Market Rd.) on Wed. Sept, 18 as part of the venue’s annual Battle of the Bands. He’ll play at Red’s Ice House in Mt. Pleasant on Sun. Oct. 13 as part of the “Rockers for Knockers” benefit. The band will share the Pour House’s main stage with Ten Toes Up and Luke Cunningham on Sat. Oct 26.

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Ballard Lesemann

is a musician and writer. Born and raised in Charleston, S.C., he spent years playing in bands and working for Flagpole Magazine in the bustling music town of Athens, Ga. He returned to his hometown and served more than seven years as the Charleston City Paper's music editor. He's better at drumming than he is at playing guitar.

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