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Music Video: Sober Saturday Night (feat. Vince Gill)

Artisit: Chris Young

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:31

  • Copyright: Chris Young

Music Video For Sober Saturday Night (feat. Vince Gill) By Artist Chris Young

Reviews For Sober Saturday Night (feat. Vince Gill) By Artist Chris Young

  • LOVE THIS

    5
    By Inferno__Beast
    AMAZING VIDEO
  • Love

    5
    By Countrymusicfan16
    Great video song and artist!!! Love Chris Young😍
  • Chris Young's most powerful video ever!

    5
    By WendieG
    This video perfectly depicts every ounce of the ten tons of emotion Chris Young packs into his performance of this song. What looks like your typical breakup at first becomes something much, much more by the end of the video, giving a whole new meaning to the song's opening line 'I feel terrible.' I don't typically buy videos on iTunes, but I was so excited to see this one that I couldn't wait for it to show up on YouTube. I am happy to say this might be the best $1.99 I've ever spent on iTunes. Congrats, Chris. This one is 5 stars all the way.
  • Great Message!!

    5
    By Tessa81988
    What an impactful music video by Chris Young!! He always does such a great job with his music videos & this one is no different. I love how songs can be received in so many different ways, & can mean something different to everyone. Great video!!

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