As a Tribute to Craig Strickland, Backroad Anthem Releases “Torn” Music Video

Craig Strickland

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Rest in peace, Craig Strickland and Chase Morland.

To honor the memory of lead vocalist Craig Strickland, Backroad Anthem has released its music video for “Torn.” The footage was shot in 2015 and displays behind-the-scenes clips of the country/rock band alongside their performance of the track.

“Last year we shot a music video for our song, Torn. We wanted to finally release the video and share with everyone so you could have a chance to see Craig doing what he loved. We are so proud of how it turned out, and we know Craig was too” — Backroad Anthem

Backroad Anthem Torn Music Video

Arkansas-based Backroad Anthem formed in 2012 and includes Toby Freeman (vocals/electric guitar), Eric Dysart (fiddle), Josh Bryant (guitar), Brandon Robold (vocals/ bass), and Isaac Senty (drums). The group has opened for country acts including Chris Young, Gary Allan, and Tyler Farr. No word yet on the band’s future plans after Strickland’s death.

The young musician leaves behind wife of one year, Helen Strickland. Craig went missing on December 27th during a duck hunting trip with friend, Chase Morland. Morland’s body was recovered on Kaw Lake in Oklahoma the next day and on January 4th, authorities recovered Strickland’s remains close to where they found the pair’s capsized boat.


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