Please enjoy viewing our “Frame by Frame” Father/Daughter First Dance Wedding Song. Simply, “click” the picture and you’ll be there in a jiffy. Feel free to leave your comments. If you have any questions as to how to obtain a copy. Please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you, Michael “Rey”
This is a Youtube teaser designed to give you instructions as to where to watch the video in its entirety. Also, how to purchase the video.
This song is about a Father who loses his Daughter to marriage, and finds out he has not lost her at all.
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This Music Video (a teaser) will provide you with updated information of how to obtain, listen, and purchase Frame by Frame the Best Country Wedding Dance song. It also provides you with a taste of the magical team work of Tim Cooper (singer), Curt Ryle (producer), and Michael “Rey” (songwriter) Their talents in combination are hard to match.
The full length Frame by Frame Video is Scheduled to be complete in May 2013.
We cut no corners with the Frame by Frame music video. Curt Ryle is a very well respected Nashville Producer, musician, songwriter. He has worked with countless Nashville artists. Tim Cooper is a very talented singer/songwriter who has pursued his dream as an Artist for over 16 years. Antonio Cordiva the Producer of the video is a well respected Photographer and Producer has been given the challenge of presenting the video. Michael “Rey” the writer & Creator of Frame by Frame has been honing his craft for 26 years. He has written many, many songs. However, feels very strongly about “Frame by Frame.” He says the song has many more doors open to it over other songs out there. Hallmark, Fuji, Gerber, etc. No other songs have that kind of market potential. Because as long as boy’s and girl’s are being born, raised, destined for marriage. Grandpa’s, Grandma’s, Brother’s, Sister’s, Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephew’s, Cousin’s and on and on… This song will never die. In short, we used the best resources on the planet for Frame by Frame the Best Country Wedding Dance song.
You can listen to the song in full length ONLY on http://www.countryradio.com
For purchase: One- Frame by Frame music video, One- Frame by Frame Mp3, One-Frame by Frame Marriage Certificate, One small aisle to display DVD & Mp3. The DVD & Mp3 will contain a beautifully designed Jacket/insert with the lyrics to the song. Pre Order questions? About your Frame by Frame Wedding Combination package? We will be happy to address any questions regarding the product information. Please feel free to email us at: email@example.com We’d be glad to hear from you.
Display photographs will be available soon, so that you may see how beautiful the arrangement looks like on a wall self, Mantle etc.
Thank you all for your interest.
I Think the best Country Wedding song you’ll never hear, is a song
called “Frame by Frame” written by Michael “Rey” sung by: Tim
Cooper. It plays only on a radio station called http://www.countryradio.com
owned by a gentleman named Jeff Best. The song will be available on DVD, CD,
or as a package deal with official certificate of dates soon. Youtube will provide the information soon.
The song is from Father and Daughter perspective. It’s very descriptive and rounded. It pulls you
into the Father’s way of coping with losing his daughter to marriage. It’s not a
sad song, rather, a song of inspiration. Until now you may have never heard it . Thanks to http://www.countryradio.com, Frame by Frame can be heard by thousands of listeners. Soon Youtube will show the video as a teaser. You can only listen to “Frame by Frame” in its entirety on http://www.Countryradio.com. Very soon “Frame by Frame” will be available as a Super single from the information provided on the Youtube teaser.
Frame by Frame will never die or get old as long as boy’s and girl’s areborn, brought up,
and growing to adulthood. Father’s and daughters, Frame by Frame was written for you on your Special Day. “Frame by Frame” the perfect wedding song. In my opinion. The Father Daughter dance is
Best Father Daughter wedding dance song I’ve ever heard