DEF LEPPARD's 'Photograph' Topping Country Music Charts

California country trio MALIBU STORM's remake of DEF LEPPARD's 1983 hit "Photograph" has landed at No. 10 on the Billboard Country Singles Sales chart in its first week of release. Top sales markets for the single reportedly include Los Angeles, Louisville, KY, Nashville and Charleston, WV. The video for the track is available for viewing online at this location.

MALIBU STORM's version of "Photograph" is featured on the group's self-titled album, which was produced by Mark Bright (RASCAL FLATTS, JO DEE MESSINA) and released on Rounder Records. The "Photograph" video was directed by Brent Hedgecock (REBA MCENTIRE, SHEDAISY) and was shot at several iconic L.A. locations, including Hollywood Boulevard, Malibu Beach, and the Santa Monica Mountains.

The SoCal family band is comprised of twin sisters Dana and Lauren and brother Michael.


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