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Don't know if the Stars should be for the video or the song

I don't know if the stars in the ratings should be for the video or the song. Because if they are for the video, then I give this a 4. like the way the sun bleached color footage is is juxtaposed against the black and white concert and backstage footage and I like the landscapes. But its just kind of an ordinary music video otherwise. If I'm rating the song, well, at least a 4.5. Fact is this is a great tune. I love to have it playing in my car when I'm driving and it's really kind of an anthem for anyone who has a nomadic spirit. But it's no my favorite song on the record, so I guess I am harsh on it by comparison to the other tracks on the disc-Dylan's hard Rain, Endless Ways, Tell my Mother I Miss Her So.

This is a good song and a good video. The tune will get stuck in your head, as well some of the images. It's just not the best tune on the album.

Great music

Great music great lyrics...but I think music videos And ring-tones kind of cheapen and water down the experience.

He is the best

Ryan Bingham is the best and I can't wait to see him in concert this september!! I love Ryan!!!

Biography

Born: March 31, 1981 in Hobbs, NM

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Americana singer/songwriter Ryan Bingham was raised in rural Texas, where years of hardscrabble ranch work and rodeo competitions would later lend a sense of authenticity to his music. Living alone since his mid-teens, Bingham shuttled back and forth between Southwestern border towns and relatives' homes, often sleeping in his truck after rodeo shows. It was during those treks that he began entertaining friends with the guitar, an instrument he'd learned at the age of 17 from a mariachi neighbor....
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