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If you’ve ever found yourself searching for love, this is the song for you  YouTube/Ryan Kinder
YouTube/Ryan Kinder

It’s hard to imagine that anyone has made it to adulthood without getting their heart good and broken at least once. All of those people can testify to the difficulty of getting over a broken heart, but the most courageous are the ones who still believe that true love can happen. And those are the people that singer-songwriter Ryan Kinder is singing about it “Still Believe In Crazy Love.”

Now Ryan and his team have brought that message of never giving up on love to the video for “Still Believe In Crazy Love.’

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According to Billboard, every person that appears in the video for his new song has their own real-life story of crazy love. Some you may even recognize, like CMT’s Cody Alan, and others you may not be familiar with, like Ryan’s wife, brother, and sister.

One of the more poignant stories depicted into the video, though, is that of one of the song’s writers, Andrew Dorff. The young tunesmith passed away while on vacation last year, and his father, songwriter Steve Dorff, talks about his late son and the message of the song.

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“I know a lot about Andrew’s personal life, and I know he was always in search of that crazy love he wanted and pursued and, unfortunately, never found,” he says. “And yet he could write about it to what he knew, in his heart, it would be when he found it. And hopefully, he’s found it up in heaven.”

Ryan does also appear in the video alongside his siblings and wife Heather, who holds a photo of the damage caused by the tornado that ripped through Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in 2011. That has significance to Ryan and Heather since they were both on the University of Alabama campus in separate locations when the storm hit. Unable to locate Heather by phone, the singer struck out on foot to search through the rubble for his future bride.

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If that’s crazy love, then we’ll take it. Why would you settle for anything less?

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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