Pam Tillis On Directing Paige King Johnson’s New Video

Behind the scenes on "Famous Enough"
Paige King Johnson Pam Tillis
Taste Of Country

There is no doubt that the music video for Paige King Johnson’s new single “Famous Enough” looks nothing short of beautiful. But getting there was not easy.

“[Director] Pam [Tillis] ended up getting a flat tire on the first day of the video shoot,” Johnson admits with a laugh during an interview with Taste of Country. “On the second day, we were running about three hours behind the set schedule, and then it started raining between shots.”

“Serendipity is so important,” Tillis adds in a special behind-the-scenes chat about the music video for “Famous Enough,” premiering exclusively on Taste of Country. “The things you don’t plan can sometimes be the things that elevate the whole thing.”

Leave it to the Grand Ole Opry member and country legend to be right. Because while Tillis is best known for hits including “Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life),” “Maybe It Was Memphis” and “Shake the Sugar Tree,” she is now carving a brand-new career as a director of music videos including “Famous Enough.”

“What I’ve learned from Pam is that there is no plan,” says Johnson, who came out of the country music gate with her debut single, “Water Down the Whiskey.”

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