Warning: Not suitable for children or folks with good taste. This here’s a parody of "Young Country" videos in all their redneck anthem glory!
Whether it's Hoyt Axton's "Boney Fingers," Hank Williams, Jr.'s "Family Tradition," or Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman," redneck anthems have always occupied a place of honor in the country music pantheon.
To this, I humbly submit my shameless salute to the genre.
"You can tell me that I shouldn'… but I ain't shouldn' on myself!"
Directed, Shot, and Edited by Andre Welsh
Written and Produced by Mitch Constanza
Mitch Costanza — "Early"
Bunny Stewart — Quintessential "Young Country" Music Video Hottie
Cheyenne Costanza — Neighbor’s Daughter
Michelle Wight & Allie Spencer — Lady Bartenders
Rob Greenwald — Beer Drinker
Courtney Welsh — "Sassy Voice Over"
Todd "The Dog" Welsh — As Himself
Dennis DeMartini — The Old Hangout in Concord, CA
Max Repstad — Red Neck Consultant
Written by Kevin Beadles (Wieldy Tunes/ASCAP)
Performed by Kevin Harris (drums, tambourine, bass, acoustic & electric guitars, banjo, piano, backing vocals) & Kevin Beadles (vocals)
Produced by Kevin Harris & Kevin Beadles
Engineered & Mixed by Kevin Harris
Mastered by Sage Audio