Eric Lee Beddingfield Review: “The Gospel According to Jones” Music Video

photo courtesy of Eric Lee Beddingfield's official MySpace page.

On June 15, 2011, country singer Eric Lee Beddingfield released his music video for his single “The Gospel According to Jones.” The music video was directed by Ryan Lassan and Daniel Slezinger, and produced by Autumn Addict. Co-written by Beddingfield, the song pays tribute to his musical hero, country living legend George Jones.

The music video features Eric Lee Beddingfield dressed in a suit, singing in an empty church, as well as  singing on his tour bus, as he is strumming his guitar; moreover, it shows archive footage of George Jones from the Grand Ole Opry, as well as accepting his trophy for the 1981 Country Music Association (CMA) award for “Male Vocalist of the Year.”

Towards the end of the video, George Jones, who is also known as “The Possum,” makes a cameo himself, and sings his verse as he pays homage to deceased country music legends such as Hank Williams, Lefty Frizell and Waylon Jennings.

In summation, Eric Lee Beddingfield released a stellar music video, since not only was he able to write about a song for George Jones, he was able to get the country pioneer to sing on the record, and appear in his music video, which is every country music’s dream.

This song is as country as it gets! Beddingfield never forgets to stay true to his country roots.

To check out and view Eric Lee Beddingfield’s newest music video for “The Gospel According to Jones,” be sure to check out his YouTube page.

For the latest information on Eric Lee Beddingfield, check out his official website.

About Markos Papadatos

Markos Papadatos is Broken Records Magazine's Deputy Editor and veteran staff writer. He has authored over 1,100 articles in his 7.5 year journalism career. Some of his big career interviews for Broken Records Magazine include Martina McBride, Rascal Flatts, George Jones, Alter Bridge, The Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert, Bill Anderson, Terry Clark, Janie Fricke, Matt Nathanson, Billy Currington, Justin Moore, James Otto, Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers, Tyler Hilton, Ryan Cabrera, Tristan Prettyman and American Idol winner Phillip Phillips.