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Design of the Week | Stand By My Girl

If you're not familiar with the Kentucky Colonel himself, Mr. JD Wilkes, I recon you get familiar. He's the frontman of the Legendary Shack Shakers AND author the Southern Gothic instant-classic The Vine That Ate The South. Adding to his mystique, JD recently starred in the music video for Dan Auerbach's (Black Keys) new track, "Stand By My Girl." Check out Wilkes' debut music video acting career:

Posted by Brett Gregory on 06 September, 2017 Dan Auerbach, design of the week, J.D. Wilkes, Stand By My Girl | 0 comments
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