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Chris Hicky

Chris Hicky is a Grammy nominated music video director from Forrest City, Arkansas,[1] best known for directing many of Keith Urban's videos. Hicky has also directed videos for many other artists in the country music genre, including Dierks Bentley, Kellie Pickler, Deana Carter, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Faith Hill, and Miranda Lambert. Awards won include 2010 ACM Video of the Year, 2010 CMT Female Video of the Year, 2005 CMT Video of the Year. Hicky's Grammy nod came in 2010 for Keith Urban's Love, Pain, and the Whole Crazy World Live Concert DVD.

Chris just wrapped his first feature film, The Grace of Jake, which was shot entirely on location in his hometown of Forrest City, AR. With a cast including Jordin Sparks, Jake La Botz, Lew Temple, Roy Lee Jones, and Ravi Kapoor, and Michael Beck, this indie about crop dusters and gospel churches has the organic look and feel of other southern filmmakers such as Terrance Mallick, Jeff Nichols, and David Gordon Green. Based on a script written by Hicky, this feature was crowd-source funded through Kickstarter. Currently in post-production, Hicky hopes to share the movie on the festival circuit in 2014.

More info on the movie can be found here-

Other projects directed by Hicky include commercials, short films, and a television pilot "House in the Hills." Hicky's first short film, "Blue Horses" played various festivals including Cinevegas and The Oxford Film Festival.

Videos directed

52 music videos are currently listed here.

Year Video Artist
2005 "One Day at a Time"[2] Deana Carter
"Making Memories of Us"[3] Keith Urban
"Better Life"[4]
2006 "Tonight I Wanna Cry"[5]
"In a Heartbeat" Deana Carter
"Settle for a Slowdown"[6] Dierks Bentley
"The Lucky One"[7] Faith Hill
"Good as Gone"[8] Little Big Town
"Once in a Lifetime"[9] Keith Urban
"Red High Heels"[10] Kellie Pickler
"Stupid Boy"[11] Keith Urban
2007 "I'll Wait for You" (acoustic version) Joe Nichols
"Another Side of You"[12]
"Everybody"[13] Keith Urban
2008 "Love Don't Live Here"[14] Lady Antebellum
"Beautiful Life" Doc Walker
"I Love This Song"[15] Marcel
"You Look Good in My Shirt"[16] Keith Urban
"Lookin' for a Good Time"[17] Lady Antebellum
"A Baby Changes Everything"[18] Faith Hill
"One Last Sundown" Doc Walker
2009 "Small Town USA"[19] Justin Moore
"Kiss a Girl"[20] Keith Urban
"Only You Can Love Me This Way"[21]
"Hurry Home"[22] Jason Michael Carroll
"Bonfire"[23] Craig Morgan
"I Wanna Make You Close Your Eyes"[24] Dierks Bentley
"White Liar"[25] Miranda Lambert
"Whistlin' Dixie"[26] Randy Houser
"The Man I Want to Be"[27] Chris Young
2010 "Undo It"[28] Carrie Underwood
"Top Down"[29] Fast Ryde
"'Til a Woman Comes Along"[30] Chris Janson
"Farmer's Daughter"[31] Rodney Atkins
"Our Kind of Love"[32] Lady Antebellum
"How I Got to Be This Way"[33] Justin Moore
"Real"[34] James Wesley
"What Do You Want"[35] Jerrod Niemann
2011 "Without You"[36] Keith Urban
"My Name Is Money"[37] Sonia Leigh
"You"[38] Chris Young
2012 "Angel Eyes"[39] Love and Theft
"Love a Little Bigger"[40] Carter's Chord
"Shinin' on Me"[41] Jerrod Niemann
"Truck Yeah"[42] Tim McGraw
2013 "Hey Pretty Girl"[43] Kip Moore
"If You Want Some"[44] Joel Crouse
"Aw Naw"[45] Chris Young
"Rodeo"[46] Robby Armstrong
"Whatever She's Got"[47] David Nail
"Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking About"[48] Thompson Square
"Birthday Happy"[49] Robby Armstrong


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