King of the Road….

“King of the Road” is a 1964 song written and originally recorded by country singer Roger Miller. When Adam Harvey recorded a version for his “ Both Sides Now” Album he decided to use the song’s origin as inspiration for the creative styling for the Film Clip.
The wonderful Annette Ogilvie and I joined forces for this clip. We creatively produced every area of the shoot and it truly was a Vintage Allsorts production featuring our Dancers, Extras, and Hair and Make up artists.
Spirits were high on set and everyone kept on smiling as we worked hard to make the energy and authenticity of the early 60′s come to life.
The song was a duet recorded with country legend John Williamson and it was such fun to hear these two Aussie Lad’s sharing a joke in between takes.
Unfortunately my stills photographer was sick on the day of the shoot so I didn’t get a chance to capture individual portraits of the cast, so you will just have to take my word for it, the attention to detail with the costumes and hair and make up styling was amazing and everyone looked sensational.

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