The Story of Carolyn Beug: Dwight Yoakam Friend & Collaborator Lost in...

The Story of Carolyn Beug: Dwight Yoakam Friend & Collaborator Lost in 9/11 Crash

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It was the height of Dwight Yoakam’s commercial career. With legendary albums such as Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc. Etc. and Buenas Noches from a Lonely Room already under his belt, he released the record This Time in 1993, which would include three of some of the most definable songs of Dwight Yoakam’s career: “Fast As You,” “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere,” and “Ain’t That Lonely Yet.”

Looking for someone to direct videos for these singles—all of which would end up rising to #2 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart—Dwight Yoakam turned to a director and producer named Carolyn Beug who lived in Santa Monica, CA near Yoakam’s own homestead. Carolyn was a hot…



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