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THE IMAGINARIES'"THINGS ARE GONNA BE ALRIGHT"AVAILABLE NOW
Following the recent Netflix premiere of A COWGIRL'S SONG, momentum continues for The Imaginaries with the release of "Things Are Gonna Be Alright" today. Produced by the husband-and-wife duo (Maggie McClure and Shane Henry) and penned by Henry and Jeff Silbar ("Wind Beneath My Wings"), "Things Are Gonna Be Alright" delivers a universal and relevant message of hope to listeners.
To stream and download "Things Are Gonna Be Alright," click HERE.
The Imaginaries will debut "Things Are Gonna Be Alright" live during several upcoming tour dates, including concerts with Noah Vonne in Dallas on Sept. 13 and Tulsa on Sept. 14, a stop in Nashville for AMERICANAFEST and a show on Sept. 18 with The Woods and Kiely Connell at The Basement as well as a concert on Oct. 14 in Oklahoma City. For tickets and more information, click HERE.
The Imaginaries enlisted Rahul Chakraborty with Chakra Productions to produce the cinematic video for "Things Are Gonna Be Alright." Cowboys & Indians will premiere the short film, which stars The Imaginaries, on Sept. 12. McClure and Henry also starred in A COWGIRL'S SONG, written and directed by Timothy Armstrong, and wrote and produced the original motion picture soundtrack.
Released in theaters and on VOD from Samuel Goldwyn Films on April 22, A COWGIRL'S SONG debuted on Netflix on Aug. 21 and released on DVD and Blu-ray on Sept. 6. The Imaginaries will appear at a screening of the coming-of-age drama tonight (Sept. 9) at Rodeo Cinema in Oklahoma City thatwill feature a short performance and Q&A with cast and crew. For tickets and more information, click HERE.
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THE IMAGINARIES TOUR DATES
Sept. 9 - Rodeo Cinema - Oklahoma City, Okla. *
Sept. 13 - Sundown @ Granada - Dallas, Texas
Sept. 14 - The Shrine - Tulsa, Okla.
Sept. 18 - The Basement - Nashville, Tenn.
Oct. 14 - VZD's - Oklahoma City, Okla.
*A COWGIRL'S SONG Screening, Performance and Q&A
ABOUT THE IMAGINARIES
Watching husband and wife duo Maggie McClure and Shane Henry (The Imaginaries) perform songs and/or interact with one another on camera, you instantly see the chemistry and the deep commitment they share with each other and to their music. Produced by the duo and recorded in Muscle Shoals, Ala. with the legendary Muscle Shoals “Swampers,” their 2021 self-titled debut album marked the beginning of their journey as a band after both singer-songwriters have enjoyed their own successes as solo artists. McClure has opened for Sara Bareilles and Walk Off The Earth and has earned over 50 original song placements on TV shows such as DR. PHIL and COUGAR TOWN, in TV movies and in feature films including COWGIRLS 'N ANGELS and CHRISTMAS IN THE HEARTLAND. Henry played 30 dates on tour with B.B. King, and has also toured with Etta James, Buddy Guy and Joe Bonamassa to name a few. As a duo, they have been selected to open for Brian Setzer, Judy Collins and John Waite. Many of their songs have been featured in various Hallmark Channel movies like MY CHRISTMAS LOVE and REDEMPTION IN CHERRY SPRINGS, feature films like INFAMOUS and more in recent years. The Imaginaries made their debut as film producers with A COWGIRL'S SONG, which they also wrote and produced the original motion picture soundtrack for and starred in. Released in theaters and on digital April 22, 2022 from Samuel Goldwyn Films, A COWGIRL'S SONG debuted on Netflix Aug. 21, 2022 and was released on DVD/Blu-ray Sept. 6, 2022. McClure, Henry and The Imaginaries have been featured by high profile media outlets such as Tamron Hall Show, Deadline, American Songwriter, Huffington Post, Parade, Guitar Player Magazine, Cowboys & Indians Magazine, Cowgirl Magazine, FOX News, AXS and many more.