HENRYETTA, Oklahoma – Up-and-coming country artist Lance Gouge (Mvskoke) shot his first music video on July 31 to go along with the future release of his new single, “It’s been a while”.
The video takes place at multiple locations in his home town of Henryetta.
Gouge invited family and friends in the area to join him in filming a tailgating scene at the Cameron Stadium downtown.
The scene included his nieces, nephews, sisters, mother, father, and other members of the community to support Gouge on his journey.
Shots of backroads, the old high school auditorium, and the football field will be featured in the video to give fans just a glimpse of Gouge’s story to go along with his new jam.
“It looks really good so far,” Gouge said. “I am really excited to see how it turns out.”
The song talks about coming back to his hometown after being away for some time.
This is something Gouge has experienced since graduating high school just a few years ago. Now he lives closer to the Tulsa area than back home.
Since starting his music career in 2022, Gouge has had an array of performances across the state.
His most recent performances include the Muscogee Festival in June, the Seven Hill Music Festival, the Hanna Watermelon Festival, and the Great Plains Native Comedy and Concert Showcase.
Lance’s father, Geebon Gouge hired Tyler Roberds with Roberds Studios to film and produce the video.
Once the video is complete, Gouge will release the video and the song on major platforms including the Lance Gouge Music Website. The website is the best way to keep up with all things coming from Lance Gouge Music. https://geebongouge.wixsite.com/lancegougemusic