Julianne Ankley's music video "Why"
Julianne Ankley's song "Why" won the 2020 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Country Recording and helped her and the band win the awards for Outstanding Country Songwriter, vocalist and Artist/Group as well. Here is the official video, performed in concert with her band the Rogues at Lexington Village Theatre in Lexington, Michigan. Video directed by Stephen Clark, Photography by Andrzej Milosz, with Nashville footage by Stephen Clark and Mary Jo Ferguson. @2019 Julianne Ankley / Indigo Violet Music (BMI) Song recorded at Beaird Music Group, Nashville, TN.
No Place For A Lullabye
Julianne's video, No Place For A Lullabye, explores the life of a mother fallen on hard times, trying to make life as normal as possible for her two children while living in a car. Shot to bring about awareness of homeless families, as well as places women can go for help in these situations,
No Place For A Lullabye was used by the national organization Home Aid in their 2010 campaign to raise money to build new facilities where America's homeless can rebuild their lives.