TRACE ADKINS GOES TO NEW HEIGHTS FOR VIDEO

Recently, Trace Adkins and his crew journeyed to Texas to shoot the video for his single "Help Me Understand."

The director found a great location and a perfect background for Trace's performance -- at the top of an old radio tower. Trace had to climb up a 20-foot-high scaffold in order to satisfy the director's request, but that was no problem for Trace -- he used to work on an oil rig and isn't bothered by heights.

What did bother him, however, was that while he was stuck on top of the tower between takes, he had a bird's eye view of the crew enjoying all kinds of food provided for the shoot.

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