'Billboard' Premieres New Dallas Moore Music Video for 'Everything But You'

The song is featured on Moore’s forthcoming album, "Tryin’ To Be a Blessing," which is due early next month

click to enlarge Dallas Moore - PHOTO: CHUCK MADDEN
Photo: Chuck Madden
Dallas Moore

Billboard has premiered the new music video for Cincinnati Country singer/songwriter Dallas Moore’s “Everything But You.”

The track is from Moore’s anticipated new album Tryin’ To Be a Blessing, which is due Oct. 4 on Sol Records. The song is about the emotional struggles of being on the road and missing your loved ones back home. Moore’s wife and young daughter co-star in the video with the singer and his longtime guitarist Chuck Morpurgo.

“I was so excited to have my wife Jenna Danielle Moore and our daughter Victory Lee Moore join me in the making of this video,” Moore wrote about the clip on social media. “It truly gives y’all a glimpse into what our life is like at this stage."

From the sound of it so far, Tryin’ To Be a Blessing appears to be a family-oriented album. Earlier this month, Moore released the first single from the album, “Mama & Daddy,” a tribute to his mother and father, who both passed away last year.

Fans can pre-order the new album (and get cool some perks) now at dallasmoore.com.


 




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