AARON GOODVIN INVITES FANS TO HIS WEDDING WITH RELEASE OF “WOMAN IN LOVE” VIDEO
Warner Music Canada recording artist Aaron Goodvin opened his life in a way few artistswould by inviting a film crew to shoot his wedding as the video for his new single “Woman In Love.” The clip, filmed and edited by Emma Huggins, feature Goodvin’s friends and family celebrating the very special day with Aaron and his new wife Victoria Creech at a ceremony held at the Autumn Crest Farm in Nashville this past August. The video premiered on CMT’s Top 20 Countdown this past Saturday, October 1, and can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQR1PolmeDM
“When the idea of shooting the video at our wedding was presented to me,” remembers Goodvin, “I asked Victoria how she felt about it and she said that ‘as long as it didn’t interrupt the wedding, it would be a great idea.’ I wrote the song for Victoria so the idea made a lot of sense. What’s great is that all of the emotion in the video is real. There’s no acting. It truly was the happiest day of our lives.”
“Woman In Love” is taken from Aaron’s Goodvin’s self-titled debut album, released this past April. The track was the #3 Most Added song at Country radio in Canada last week where it entered the national charts at #40.
Raised in a music loving family, Aaron Goodvin had his first taste of stage life when he entered a singing contest at a local mall at 12 years-old. Once he heard the applause from the crowd, he knew what he wanted to do and no one was going to get in his way. But singing other people’s songs wasn’t what he had in mind, so he as soon as he could play guitar, he started writing his own material.
Over the years, Aaron built a local reputation as a dynamic performer with a rock solid portfolio of songs. With that success buoying his confidence, he started to make trips down to Nashville to test the waters in country music’s Mecca. After signing with publishing powerhouse Warner Chappell Music, Aaron scored his first major league contribution with the track “Out Like That” on Luke Bryan’s multi-platinum Crash My Party. Having established himself as a songwriter, it should come as no surprise that Aaron has writing credits on all twelve tracks of his Warner debut.