The fifth Annual Video Madness tournament is underway and for this year we have 16 competing videos from all levels of country stars, from superstars (Reba, Luke Bryan) Rising stars (Logan Mize, Maddie & Tae) to upcoming stars (Casey James, Tyler Farr) and Americana/Roots star (Old Crow Medicine Show). While last year we had a play-in round, this year we return to a true "Sweet 16" model. We will see these games voted for through Friday at 7AM. Friday Afternoon, we'll have Round 2 (Elite Eight) which will run through the weekend. Then next week will see the final 4 and then the final game over the following weekend.
The Music Video Madness Contenders
There are four regions with two games in each region: the Southeast (Old Crow Medicine Show “Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer” VS. Olivia Lane “Steal Me Away” AND Mitchell Tenpennny “Black Crow” VS. Tyler Farr “A Guy Walks Into A Bar”), the Northeast Home Free - “What We Ain’t Got” VS. Karli Whetstone - “Frozen” AND Luke Bryan “Spring Breakdown” VS. The Swon Brothers - “Pray For You”), the Southwest (Logan Mize “Can’t Get Away From A Good Time” VS.Blackberry Smoke “Too High” AND Humming House “Frozen” VS. Maddie & Tae “Fly”) and the Northwest (Casey James “Fall Apart” VS. Franke Ballard “Young & Crazy” AND Sam Hunt “Take Your Time” VS Reba “Going Out Like That”).
How Music Video Madness Works
The Bracket will have the winners of the 8 games going to an Elite Eight set up over this coming weekend Until we get to a Final Four which will have the Southeast region winner facing off against the Northeast region winner while the Southwest region winner will face the Northwest region winner. Finally, the final two winners will battle to see who will follow Craig Campbell, Andy Gibson, Aaron Lewis and Robby Johnson in being crowned the winner of the Roughstock's Fifth Annual Music Video Madness.
We ask that you view each music video before voting and that you choose a favorite. You can vote as much as you want but you MUST vote for each of the 8 games in round one.
Now that you know how to play, here are the videos you can vote for. After watching the videos, you can vote at the bottom of the page. You will be able to vote as many times as you like but you will have to vote for each region, just like you'd pick a team in a basketball tournament bracket.
The Southeast region features iconic Grand Ole Opry members Old Crow Medicine Show's "Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer" vs. newcomer Olivia Lane's "Steal Me Away" music video in game one while game two features newcomer Mitchell Tenpenny's "Black Crow" up against Tyler Farr's "A Guy Walks Into A Bar."
Game 1: Old Crow Medicine Show "Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer” vs. Olivia Lane “Steal Me Away”
Game 2: Mitchell Tenpennny “Black Crow” vs. Tyler Farr “A Guy Walks Into A Bar”
The Northwest region features a new cover of Jake Owen's "What We Ain't Got" by talented vocal band Home Free taking on newcomer Karli Whetstone's "Frozen" music video. The second game features superstar Luke Bryan's "Spring Breakdown" Vs. The Voice finalists The Swon Brothers' "Pray For You"
Game 1: Home Free "What We Ain't Got" Vs. Karli Whetstone "Frozen"
Game 2:Luke Bryan "Spring Breakdown" vs. The Swon Brothers "Pray For You"
Newcomer Logan Mize's "Can't Get Away From A Good Time" takes on Blackberry Smoke's "Too High" in the first game while Americana artists Humming House's "Great Divide" takes on Maddie & Tae's "Fly" in the second game.
Game 1: Logan Mize “Can’t Get Away From A Good Time” VS. Blackberry Smoke “Too High”
Game 2: Humming House “Great Divide” VS. Maddie & Tae “Fly”
This region features Casey James's "Fall Apart" taking on Frankie Ballard's "Young & Crazy" in the first game with Sam Hunt's "Take Your Time" taking on Reba's "Going Out Like That" in the second game.
Game #1: Casey James “Fall Apart” VS. Franke Ballard “Young & Crazy”
Game #2: Sam Hunt “Take Your Time” VS Reba “Going Out Like That”
Now Vote (Select each game's video and click "Vote." The poll automatically goes to the next poll. Vote until you get to the thank you for voting page. ). You can vote as often as you want. You Need To Vote For Each Game Below For the Vote To Count.
If voting via your smartphone, please make sure you're connected to a wifi hotspot to ensure you can vote for entire poll.
Note: To vote as often as you want you'll need to refresh this page after completing the poll, if you do not answer each question, the poll will be invalid.
- 1st Round of Voting will run Through Friday, 7:00 AM Pacific Time.
- Second Round will Start Friday Afternoon.