Brian Evans, the singer who has amassed more than 30 million views on YouTube with his unique music videos such as “At Fenway” and “Creature at The Bates Motel,” has released his third music video entitled “Here You Come Again.”.
In “At Fenway,” the legendary icon William Shatner portrayed the home plate umpire. That video is closing in on 12 million views on the popular social network, and his Halloween song “Creature at The Bates Motel,” received more than 300,000 views in just a week of the holiday, and co-stars Carrot Top.
Now, Dog The Bounty Hunter, Beth Chapman, Leland Chapman, Paul Rodriguez, and once again William Shatner have all got in on the action in “Here You Come Again,” the family-friendly music video that will have audiences of all ages entertained.
Comedian Carrot Top, whose real name is Scott Thompson, co-produced the music video with Umano Productions, directed by Joel Lindenfeld.
“I have always loved this song,” says Evans. “Dolly Parton has always been one of my favorites, right up there with Frank Sinatra in terms of her iconic status in music culture, so to record this song, and then to shoot a music video with all of these stars was truly an awesome experience.”
The music video was entirely filmed on Maui.
“I was particularly impressed with how wonderful Dog The Bounty Hunter and Beth Chapman were to work with. They were perfect, and I can’t wait to see the both of them in further scripted projects because they both are truly awesome in this video,” says Evans. “Shatner, Leland Chapman, and Paul Rodriguez were the cherry on the sundae.”
The music video has now been distributed to more than 2,000 networks around the world, including throughout Asia, Australia, Ireland, Germany, and South America.
Evans, also an author, wrote the books “Horrorscope,”Horrorscope II,” and “The Funny Robbers.” His new book “Savannah,” a thriller, will be released in May, co-written with Theodore Hamby III. All of his titles are available in paperback, kindle, and audiobook. His next writing project will be “Horrorscope III.” Several of the books are in development to be major motion pictures.