Dog the Bounty Hunter Makes BIG Announcement

Dog the Bounty Hunter Makes BIG Announcement

William Shatner, Dog The Bounty Hunter and Beth Chapman are all going to be in a new music video by Brian Evans, called “Here You Come Again.” It is a redo of the Dolly Parton hit and comedian Carrot Top will be producing the video. It should be a hoot. Dog, his wife Beth and William Shatner are all characters and by all accounts, great people. Carrot Top had this to add: “I have always loved Dolly Parton, and the song “Here You Come Again” has always stood out to me. It’s just a sweet song. Great lyrics and melody. I can honestly say I sometimes tear up when I hear it. I’m so glad that Brian Evans is bringing it back to the mainstream, or as Dolly would say, “Islands in the stream,”” laughs the Luxor headlining comedian from Vegas. “When I thought of the idea to have Dog and Beth in it, I knew they’d be perfect for this. Brian has a unique vision for his videos that are very appealing to other people and is what has them appear in them.” It should be a great one and I can’t wait to see it.

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From Broadway World:

On an evening when both William Shatner and Brian Evans will perform at The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa (comedianLouie Anderson is rumored to be also appearing), it’s during that same day when something quite unique will be occurring on Maui.

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Brian Evans, whose amassed millions of views on YouTube from his live performances of “New York, New York,” and “Witchcraft,” to his music video productions “At Fenway” (which also stars Shatner) and “Creature at The Bates Motel,” the first music video entirely filmed at The Bates Motel and for which was authorized by The Alfred Hitchcock Estate and which co-stars comedian Carrot Top, will film his latest music video, “Here You Come Again,” on Maui.

Evans is the first male artist to cover the Dolly Parton classic.

American icon’s Dog The Bounty Hunter, his wife Beth Chapman, and actor William Shatner will co-star in the video. Evans videos have been described as family friendly songs that are typically filmed in various legendary locations. His song “At Fenway” was added to The National Baseball Hall of Fame library and the Baseball Almanac as a result of the song, which U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has proclaimed is now “a part of the culture of Boston.”

“William Shatner has been a profound influence on me, as he has most of the world. It’s such a privilege to be able to do these fun things with him,” says Evans. “All of these people are exactly who you’d hope they’d be if you ever met them, great and humble people.” Evans is a supporter of The American Sleep Apnea Association after losing his mother to it in 2012 following knee surgery. He has sought proclamations from all 50 governors. To date, 29 governors have issued Sleep Apnea Awareness Proclamations. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s office advised Evans that he’d be next to issue a proclamation and that will be for the city Evans mother was born in. Shatner has supported Evans in his efforts to have a street named after his mother. William Shatner has always been one of my very favorite people and this just makes me love the guy even more. Dog and Beth have also helped many, many people and given back selflessly over the years. It’s nice to see them together in this and it looks like a heck of a lot of fun, with some of the proceeds going to charity.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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