The Scott Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott, are proving that they’re more than just good-looking ‘property brothers,’ they’ve got some pipes! The two brothers – known for swingin’ hammers and showing houses – have ‘gone country’ with the release of their brand new country single and video, “Hold On.” The single and video are striking a chord, resonating with fans and critics alike!
Since launching on Vevo, the heartfelt video – currently Top 5 on Vevo’s Top 10 Country Videos Of The Week – has amassed over 1.5 million views, with an additional 1.5 million views on YouTube, totaling over 3 million views combined. The song, co-written by The Scott Brothers and renowned Nashville songwriters/producers Victoria Shaw and Chad Carlson, is a fast-growing hit garnering airplay on radio stations across the country.
Shot in Nashville and directed by award-winning filmmaker Trey Fanjoy (Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, etc.), the charming video for “Hold On” is the first of two videos to be released by the brothers and centers around a military veteran returning home to his family, furthermore showcasing the overall message of cherishing the time you have with your loved ones.
The Grand Ole Opry will welcome The Scott Brothers to the ‘show that made Country music famous’ on Tuesday, March 29, 2016, for a special guest appearance. The duo will also host an after-show signing at The Opry Shop.