Country music star Brett Kissel enters the Clayburn Village Store, which is one of several featured Abbotsford locations in his recent video “Make A Life, Not A Living”. (YouTube)

Country music star Brett Kissel enters the Clayburn Village Store, which is one of several featured Abbotsford locations in his recent video “Make A Life, Not A Living”. (YouTube)

VIDEO: Abbotsford featured in Canadian country star Brett Kissel’s latest music video

The Clayburn Village Store, Nomad Auto Sales and farm land in Matsqui showcased in popular video

Canadian country music star Brett Kissel took to several locations in and around Abbotsford to film his latest video titled “Make A Life, Not A Living”.

The Clayburn Village Store, Nomad Auto Sales, farm land in Matsqui on Page Road and the Vedder River are all featured in the video.

The video, posted on March 19 on YouTube, has collected over 250,000 views.

One interesting tidbit about the video is that it features his real life wife and children.

The story line of the video follows an office worker daydreaming about a rural life after being laid off at his corporate job.

Kissel, an Alberta native, recorded his first album at the age of 12 in 2003. He went on to get signed by Warner Music Canada in 2013 and won a Juno Award for Breakthrough Artist of the year in 2014. He went on to win two Canadian Country Music Awards in 2014. Since then he has been consistently nominated for and several times won awards at both events, as well as the Western Canadian Music Awards.

For more information on the artist, visit brettkissel.com.

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