Gasoline And Matches


  • Guitar legend Jeff Beck features on this sexually charged Buddy and Julie Miller penned rock-and-roller.

    Rob Thomas also appears on the track. According to LeAnn, it took 10 years of trying to write or record with the Matchbox Twenty frontman before they were able to find the right thing to collaborate on together.
  • The song was originally recorded by Buddy and Julie Miller on their 2009 album, Written in Chalk, which won numerous honors at the 2009 Americana Music Association awards. America's Got Talent season five winner Michael Grimm did a cover version for his 2011 self-titled record.
  • Animator Ian Padgham filmed the entire stop-motion animated video using a couple of iPhones. The five-minute clip comprises 8,000 meticulously sequenced still photographs.


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