Teen's Music Video Pays Tribute To Johnny Cash

Top Quote Jack Skuller's Tribal Rockabilly Tribute To Johnny Cash Was Produced By Punk Legend Daniel Rey. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 03, 2011 - 15 year old singer/songwriter Jack Skuller has released a cover of Johnny Cash's "Get Rhythm." For Skuller's latest recording, producer/guitarist Daniel Rey (producer of the Ramones, Ronnie Spector and the Misfits) assembled an all-star session with Jeremy Chatzky on bass, Denny McDermott on drums, Skuller and Rey on guitars, and Tricia Scotti on backing vocals.

    Johnny Cash wrote the rockabilly tune "Get Rhythm" in 1956 and released it as the B-side to his first number one hit "I Walk The Line."

    The video for "Get Rhythm" is the directorial debut of Canadian export Peter "Beckz" Frelik. Frelik says his intention was simple, adding "by continuing to emulate Jack Skuller's indelible homage to classic blues. It was my goal to capture this through Jack's clothes, attitude and the vintage vibe of the set decor." Frelik has served as editor on major motion pictures such as 20th Century Fox's Jumper and Summit Entertainment's Fair Game.

    Guest star Mauricio Garcia, a New York trained film actor who has collaborated on multiple television projects with TV Networks like ABC and NBC, plays the shoe shine customer. He has also worked on projects with New York University, School Of Visual Arts, New York Film Academy and various Independent Film companies since 2003.

    Jack Skuller's debut underground hit "Love Is A Drum" received raves in the New York Post, the New York Press, the Star Ledger, numerous music blogs and the Examiner which called it the "best single released by anyone (in 2010)." Skuller was invited to perform the song live on Fox TV's Good Day New York marking his TV debut in 2010.

    The digital single "Get Rhythm" is available now on iTunes. For more information, visit http://www.jackskuller.com

    To contact director Peter Frelik visit http://crownanddown.net/ or email: beckz ( @ ) crownanddown dot net

    See the video on youtube at this link:

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