October 19, 2022

Scott County native to film music video at the Battle For the Golden Chicken

Darkhorse Press

Get ready for your close up Morton!

Scott County native and Morton High School graduate Chase Waters, who goes by the stage name Pistol Black in his new solo outfit, is filming a music video for his new single ‘You’re Still (My Hometown)’ at the annual Battle for the Golden Chicken.

The best part? You’re invited to attend the game and be in the video. The district rivalry Between Morton and Forest goes down at Home in Morton Oct. 21 starting at 6:00 pm with senior night festivities followed by a brief Pistol Black performance leading up to the kick off!

This is the second single from the recording artist under the Pistol Black pseudonym, but he’s no stranger to the game. He also fronts the hard rock band Candybone, who have released a five song EP along with several singles and have their first full length record coming down the pipe. As if Waters wasn’t busy enough with music he is also currently pursuing a career in film with experience in background acting as well as securing a few speaking roles.

“This is just another beginning to me. I thrive in creative environments with like-minded individuals who share the same goals and the drive it takes to achieve them,” said Waters.

You can follow Pistol Black on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter to keep up with any developments such as new music and new merch drops and find out when the ‘You’re Still (My Hometown)” music video will be released. The single is currently available through all digital music retailers including Itunes, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon Music, and Tidal.

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