TONIGHT 12/8, 7 p.m. ET: Live Stream Event Honoring Tom Petty’s Music Videos & Premiere of ‘Something Could Happen’ Video


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At 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT tonight, Dec. 8, a special live stream event will go up on the official Tom Petty YouTube channel honoring the late music icon‘s rich history of music videos.

Hosted by David Fricke, the one-hour live stream will feature reflections and comments from various collaborators and creators who played key roles in Tom Petty videos over the years, and the whole show will culminate with the world premiere of a clip for “Something Could Happen,” one of the previously unreleased tracks included in October’s relevatory Wildflowers & All the Rest Deluxe Edition re-release.

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More on the special live stream event:

The event will bring together notable artists and directors who have collaborated with Tom including director Julien Temple (“Free Fallin’,” “Into the Great Wide Open,” “Yer So Bad,” “Learning To Fly”), director Jeff Stein (“Don’t Come Around Here No More”), filmmaker/producer Anne-Marie Mackay, and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics (who co-wrote/producer “Don’t Come Around Here No More” and is featured in the video). In addition, never before seen behind-the-scenes footage of the 1994 “You Don’t Know How It Feels” video will debut with on set commentary from director Phil Joanou and Tom himself.

The new video for “Something Could Happen” was directed by Warren Fu and stars Lauren Cohan (of The Walking Dead), both of whom will speak about the new video during the show.


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