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Flint rock band shoots first professional music video in Downtown Flint

Flint rock band shoots first professional music video in Downtown Flint

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FLINT (WJRT) - (06/07/14) - Downtown Flint turned into a music scene Saturday afternoon as a local band took center stage on Saginaw Street to shoot their first professional music video.

The shoot shut down Saginaw Street from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

King810, a rock band from Flint, recently signed with Road Runner Records, a label under Warner Music Group. Saturday, they paired up with Director John Quigly, who is originally from Michigan as well. Quigly has worked with Eminem, 50 Cent and Kid Rock in the past.

"When I first got involved with this project, I did my own research and the research was negative. I got the chance to meet with the band and the band is nothing like what's online," Quigly said. "I think because there's that negativity, there's almost a way to show that these guys aren't really what you think they are and to put a positive spin on this band."

The video featured not only the band, but extras from the Flint area. They say they think the music video will be a positive thing not only for the band, but for the city.

"King is all about love and building a positive image for their friends and the community and Flint itself," Christopher Hern told ABC12.

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