About Nashville Music Video
Nashville Music Video is an independent music video production company serving Nashville, Tennessee. The company is headed up by award-winning producer, Ray Boone, who has created numerous television shows, music videos, commercials, and documentaries on both video and film with national broadcast attention. The Most Asked Question: How much does a music video cost?Answer: As little as $500 for a performance that is edited and ready for YouTube, etc. Just provide us with your song, ideas and budget and we'll get back to you with a free estimate. The process is easy with a quick turnaround that we'll make fit any budget! CLIENT TESTIMONIALS "I would highly recommend him for his level of skill, experience and expertise; artistic direction and imagination, friendliness and cooperation/teamwork; good humour, and overall ability to create a professional video." - Chakra Bleu, Nashville Recording Artist "We gave him an artist, a song and a budget and I'll tell you it was an incredible video!" - Mike Borchetta, Producer, Edge/Lofton Creek Records
Contact Us for more information on the following services:
HD & DVD Video Production
Artist Website Design
Artist EPKs (Electronic Press Kits)
TV & Film Production
Editing & Production
With today's technology, amazing tasks can be accomplished with stunning results. Let our video equipment, latest software, and visual expertise give your project a professional and polished look that doesn't have to cost thousands of dollars!
MUSIC VIDEOS A music video is an excellent tool for an artist to use to get noticed or to promote a particular song. For as little as $500 & up, Nashville Music Video can produce you an eye-catching music video and prepare its format easily to be viewed on social media, YouTube, and/or television with the highest quality performance that will also suit your budget. * See examples of our work below *Video playlist accessible at top left of player window LIVE PERFORMANCES From a songwriters round to a full band on-stage production with multiple camera angles, Nashville Music Video (Boone Productions) captures the moment and music at most any venue. * See examples of our work below *Video playlist accessible at top left of player window EPKs Electronic Press Kits (EPKs) are an excellent way to electronically present your artistry with visuals and sound in an instant. Most music industry professionals do not have the time to learn about you with scheduled meetings or showcases. The EPK can give them a look and listen in three to four minutes and is the most powerful and economic tool an artist can have. * See examples of our work below *Video playlist accessible at top left of player window TELEVISION PRODUCTION Nashville Music Video (Boone Productions) has twenty years of award-winning experience with television production and will make your experience a pleasant one while working within your budget. * See examples of our work below *Video playlist accessible at top left of player window
Ray Boone – BMI Songwriter
Florida native, Ray Boone, first arrived in Nashville in the early 80’s. He did not come to play music, he came as a music fan and to provide support for his songwriter cousin, Larry Boone, who was making his mark in country music as an award-winning songwriter and artist with Mercury Polygram. In 2007, Ray returned to Nashville as an award-winning outdoor television producer. He produced RFDTV’s “Music and Motors”, featuring Mike Curb’s NASCAR team and young country music stars in the making. During the making of the TV show, Ray was surrounded by songwriters and music makers who encouraged him to write songs. As a songwriter, he signed with BMI. When a song he self-penned titled “Totch Brown”, about a character from the Florida Everglades, was being demoed, independent artist, Rickie Lee Tanner, decided to cut it on his album “This Here.” A year later, country artist, Jake Clayton, cut two of his compositions...“Down with That” and “Old Red Barn.” These songs can be heard on Jake’s “By the Light of the Moon” CD. Ray is in good company; writing with several of Nashville’s best and brightest. Several of his songs are being pitched to major artists by Bandwagon Red Publishing, located on Music Row in Nashville. Playing songwriter rounds and developing relationships with other writers and artists is an important part of improving writing skills and melody composition. For the past 6 years, Ray has returned to Florida for the Key West Songwriters’ Festival where the magic of songwriting is shared and celebrated.