2013-11-07 / Local & State

Local Girl In Music Video

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Kyla Seville, left, appears with Dickie Stickhead, right, in his “Turkey Song” video that debuts on YouTube Wednesday. Kyla Seville, left, appears with Dickie Stickhead, right, in his “Turkey Song” video that debuts on YouTube Wednesday. McConnellsburg resident Kyla Seville was recently shopping at Marshall’s when she was approached by a fast-talking, funny man with a Southern accent named Dickie Stickhead regarding his Thanksgiving “Turkey Song,” which was to be filmed for a YouTube video. However, he was still in search of a fashion model for the video, and Stickhead believed Seville would fit the bill perfectly.

According to Seville, “I actually do have modeling experience with Barbizon so I was immediately interested.”

Seville explains her “pilgrim-inspired” look in the video was totally modern, almost Ralph Lauren Black Label-ish. “I wore a gorgeous feather hat instead of a bonnet that was very Ralph Lauren shearling Russian – like his models wear with silk taffeta gowns. I also wore a tutu instead of an apron. I had white cuffs and a white Talbots shirt with rectangular neck panel that had a hint of pilgrim collar. Coincidentally, black and white is totally in fashion right now, so from 1610 nuns to runway 2013 the colors are the same!”

Seville stated she didn’t have to dance in the video as a group of dancers called The Stick Chicks performed. However, “the song does make you want to dance” said Seville. “You’ll want to listen to it over and over again, and you’ll find yourself singing, dancing and laughing along with it ... it’s lots of fun for all ages!”

The “Turkey Song” is currently available on itunes.com/dickiestickhead and cdbaby.com/dickiestickhead. In addition, Dickie Stickhead’s “The Turkey Song Video” will debut on YouTube on Wednesday, November 6.

The Star Theatre in Mercersburg will be showing the “The Turkey Song Video” before the movies start during the last three weeks of November.

“Not only can I not wait to see the finished product on YouTube, but it’s going to be extra exciting to go to an actual movie theatre and see the whole thing on the big screen!” said Seville.

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