Watch: Jacob Tovar’s beautiful ballad ‘I Felt Love’ showcased in video directed by Sterlin Harjo

By | May 20, 2020

Oklahoman

Jacob Tovar has released his new single "I Felt Love." [Cover art provided]

Jacob Tovar has released his new single “I Felt Love.” [Cover art provided]

Tulsa country crooner Jacob Tovar assembled an all-star group of Oklahoma talent for his beautiful new ballad “I Felt Love.”

The first single from his upcoming album “Good Reasons” was penned by Tovar, John Fullbright and Roger Ray.

Musicians on it track include Tovar on vocals and acoustic guitar, Paul Wilkes on bass, Jake Lynn on drums, Ray on pedal steel and baritone, Fullbright on keyboards, high-strung guitar and harmony vocals and Isaac Hanson on harmony vocals.

Hanson – who is one-third of the pop-rock trio Hanson – produced and mixed the track and engineered it with Wes Sharon.

It is accompanied by a music video directed by respected Tulsa-based filmmaker Sterlin Harjo, who lensed it at Tulsa’s The Colony and gave it a lovely, warm sepia glow that will probably make you miss going to live shows even more than you do already.

Look for cameos by other Oklahoma musicians in the video, and check out Tovar’s fine two-stepping in the clip.

Follow Tovar at www.facebook.com/JacobTovarRootsCountry and www.jacobtovar.com for updates about his new project.

And check out the trailer for Harjo’s new documentary “Love and Fury,” set to play next month at Oklahoma City’s deadCenter Film Festival, by click here.

 

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