PRLog - Apr. 5, 2014 - CINCINNATI -- Teenage country band Jetset Getset’s latest music video features tens of thousands of fans—baseball fans, that is—lining the streets of downtown Cincinnati for the 95th annual Findlay Market Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade.
Jetset Getset with employees of Peterbilt of Cincinnati, before the Reds Parade.
Jetset Getset rode in the parade on Monday, March 31, on a flatbed trailer behind a state-of-the-
“What could be more American than baseball, trucks and country music?” said Kelli Jette, manager of Jetset Getset. “It was exciting to work with Peterbilt of Cincinnati and to ride on their ‘big red machine,’ in honor of the real Big Red Machine—the Cincinnati Reds!”
Named after the city’s historic farmer’s market and business association that promotes the parade each year, the Findlay Market Reds Opening Day Parade is one of the biggest events of the year in Cincinnati, often drawing as many as 100,000 spectators. Former Reds shortstop Dave Concepcion was this year’s parade grand marshal.
Jetset Getset’s “Mile a Minute” video features cameo appearances by Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and famed Reds bat boy Teddy Kremer, thanks to extra parade video footage provided by the city’s CitiCable television channel.
Based in Dearborn County, Indiana, Jetset Getset is comprised of singers Tori Little and Avery Eliason, and musicians Jason Owens (lead guitar), Justen Jette (rhythm guitar), Paul Kelley (bass), Gillian Bowman (drums) and Terry Ranck (keyboard). The band has been gaining attention in Nashville since the release of their album “Saturday Night” (Playback Records). In 2013, the Country Music Association named Jetset Getset among “Who New to Watch.”
Jetset Getset is scheduled to perform in the Riverbend Festival, one of the country’s largest outdoor music festivals, in Chattanooga, Tennessee on June 8 and at the Buckle Up Music Festival in Cincinnati on July 20.
More information about Jetset Getset is available at www.JetsetGetset.com.
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