Friday, March 23, 2012

Travis Marsh Debuts New Video On The SFN; Features Jillian Clare

The SFN, the online television network, today announced the exclusive, world premiere of multi-talented singer/songwriter Travis Marsh’s new music video, "Love Take Over Me." Watch it at

“We’re elated to feature Travis’ debut music video on the network,” said Todd Fisher, co-founder of The SFN. “He’s an extremely gifted musician, and we believe one hundred percent in his talent. Travis is part of The SFN family, and we think our fans are going to love his music.”

The song, from Marsh’s highly-anticipated upcoming album which will be released later this year, is alt-country, and was produced by Jamie Candiloro who has worked with legendary music stars including Ryan Adams, Courtney Love, Willie Nelson and R.E.M.

The video, featuring former DAYS OF OUR LIVES and Nickelodeon’s Victorious teen star Jillian Clare, was directed by The SFN president Stewart St. John, writer/producer of Disney’s Seventeen Again. Clare rocked the red carpet at last month's Indie Soap Awards and was named to Anne Sayre's best dressed list.

Marsh, a gifted musician who was one of the youngest students to be accepted at the Musician’s Institute, and was later chosen as the “Teen Guitar Prodigy” in Rascall Flatt’s music video “Stand”, has also been cast in the upcoming teen web soap GORGEOUS, coming to the SFN this summer.

He’ll play country singer Kyle Scott, brother of one of the teen girls in the series. Clare, who’s seen in the video, is starring as Maci Vanowen, the self-proclaimed “queen bee” of her Pacific Palisades clique.

Marsh was previously seen co-starring with sister Amanda Marsh in ANYWHERE, a series directed by Patrick Norris (The CW’s GOSSIP GIRL, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES). The show revolved around singing siblings (Travis and Amanda, who also sing together in real life) searching for the identity of their country star father. "Love Take Over Me" is available for immediate download in the iTunes store and CD Baby.

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