Named by Billboard as One to Watch in 2014, country singer, Tyler Barham, has teamed up with award-winning photographer, Mark Mesenko, for a photo documentary video that celebrates the history and life of barns. Uploaded on Tuesday, February 25th, via the Western Montana Facebook page, the video has reached nearly 5 million people in less than a week while generating over 180 thousand Likes, Comments, and Shares.
"It's amazing to see how reactive the video has been and how it has people sharing their own stories about barns. I was excited to see that Country Weekly Magazine even shared the video on their page," said Barham.
The video and song came about after Mesenko approached Barham and his production team to write and produce a song for his photo documentary about barns. Mesenko, who mainly photographs Montana landscapes and wildlife, runs the highly popular Western Montana Facebook page, which boasts nearly 80 thousand followers.
"Ironically at one point Tyler and I only lived 20 miles apart, but we were brought together by a mutual Facebook fan from New York. I loved his music, so I reached out to him about collaborating on a video that uses photos from my They All Fall Down photo book. A few months later the song and video were born," said Mark Mesenko.
Barham's song, "They All Fall Down" is currently featured on iTunes in the Country New and Noteworthy section!
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