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Roman White

Roman White is a music video director who has directed most of Carrie Underwood's videos.[1] He has also directed music videos for Kelly Clarkson, Josh Groban, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and more.

Videos directed

96 music videos are currently listed here.

Year Video Artist
2003 "All Over Me" The Benjamin Gate
"Inside Out" Nate Sallie
"I Think You're Beautiful" Amy Dalley
2004 "Live to the Music" Verbs
"Bring Me Down"[2] Pillar
"Mr. Mom"[3] Lonestar
"If Heaven"[4] Andy Griggs
2005 "Caroline" Seventh Day Slumber
"Good People"[5] Jeff Bates
"One Love"[6] Hootie & the Blowfish
"Jesus, Take the Wheel"[7] Carrie Underwood
2006 "Don't Forget to Remember Me"[8]
"Last Day of My Life"[9] Phil Vassar
"Favorite State of Mind"[10] Josh Gracin
"Good, Good Lovin'"[11] Brian McComas
"Before He Cheats"[12] Carrie Underwood
"Welcome Home (You)"[13] Brian Littrell
"Your Woman"[14] Little Texas
"Don't Make Me"[15] Blake Shelton
"'Fore She Was Mama"[16] Clay Walker
2007 "Wasted" Carrie Underwood
"Change"[17] Kimberley Locke
"Missing Years"[18] Little Texas
"Nothin' Like the Summer"[19] Carmen Rasmusen
"Because of You"[20] Reba McEntire with Kelly Clarkson
"The More I Drink"[21] Blake Shelton
"As If"[22] Sara Evans
"The One in the Middle"[23] Sarah Johns
"Goes Down Easy"[24] Van Zant
"So Small"[25] Carrie Underwood
"Turpentine"[26] Brandi Carlile
"Breathe In, Breathe Out"[27] Mat Kearney
"Fall"[28] Clay Walker
"Don't Waste Your Time" Kelly Clarkson
"Ever Ever After" Carrie Underwood
"Small Town Southern Man"[29] Alan Jackson
2008 "All-American Girl"[30] Carrie Underwood
"If You Didn't Love Me" Phil Stacey
"This Town Needs a Bar" Jeremy McComb
"I'm About to Come Alive"[31] David Nail
"Last Name"[32] Carrie Underwood
"Beautiful Now" Alex Woodard
"Sounds So Good" Ashton Shepherd
"Love Remembers"[33] Craig Morgan
"Every Other Weekend"[34] Reba McEntire
"Just a Dream"[35] Carrie Underwood
"Somebody Said a Prayer"[36] Billy Ray Cyrus
"Everything Is Fine"[37] Josh Turner
"What It Takes"[38] Adam Gregory
2009 "Best Days of Your Life"[39] Kellie Pickler (with Taylor Swift)
"Together"[40] Ruben Studdard
"You Belong with Me"[41] Taylor Swift
"Skinny Dippin'"[42] Whitney Duncan
"Red Light"[43] David Nail
"All the Way Up" Emily Osment
"Mister Officer"[44] Jypsi
"Didn't You Know How Much I Loved You"[45] Kellie Pickler
"Midnight Romeo"[46] Push Play
"One Less Lonely Girl"[47] Justin Bieber
"Fifteen"[48] Taylor Swift
"Dreams"[49] Brandi Carlile
"Hillbilly Bone"[50] Blake Shelton with Trace Adkins
2010 "Like You Do"[51] Angel Taylor
"It's Just That Way"[52] Alan Jackson
"That Year" (with William Campbell)[53] Brandi Carlile
"I Never Told You"[54] Colbie Caillat
"Diary"[55] Tino Coury
"Boys in the Summer"[56] Jessie James
"Makin' Me Fall in Love Again"[57] Kellie Pickler
"Not That Far Away"[58] Jennette McCurdy
"Where We Belong" Thriving Ivory
"Mine" (with Taylor Swift)[59] Taylor Swift
"Hello World"[60] Lady Antebellum
"Hidden Away"[61] Josh Groban
2011 "When the Smoke Clears"[62] Due West
"Country Song"[63] Seether
"Generation Love"[64] Jennette McCurdy
"Staying's Worse Than Leaving"[65] Sunny Sweeney
"Teenage Daughters"[66] Martina McBride
"Amen"[67] Edens Edge
"I Want Somebody (Bitch About)"[68] Kristin Chenoweth
"Let Me Go"[69] Christian Kane
"I'm Gonna Love You Through It"[70] Martina McBride
"Tough"[71] Kellie Pickler
"Not Just You"[72] Cody Simpson
"Mistletoe"[73] Justin Bieber
"Let's Don't Call It a Night"[74] Casey James
"The Trouble with Girls" Scotty McCreery
2012 "Glass"[75] Thompson Square
"Train Wreck"[76] Marlee Scott
"Over"[77] Blake Shelton
"Airborne Ranger Infantry"[78] Kristy Lee Cook
2013 "All Over the Road"[79] Easton Corbin
"Beat This Summer"[80] Brad Paisley
"Someone Somewhere Tonight"[81] Kellie Pickler
"See You Tonight"[82] Scotty McCreery

References

External links

  • Official site
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