Kittitas County rancher hosted Macklemore video shoot

Kittitas County rancher hosted Macklemore video shoot

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Kittitas County rancher hosted Macklemore video shoot

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by Associated Press

KING5.com

Posted on September 11, 2013 at 10:50 AM

ELLENSBURG, Wash.  -- Ron Bridenback had never heard of hip-hop stars Macklemore and Ryan Lewis before a friend asked if they could use his Kittitas County ranch to shoot part of the video for their song "White Walls."

Bridenback told the Daily Record he's more of a classic rock `n' roll or country music fan, but he found the video for the duo's "Thrift Shop" on YouTube  and thought it was funny.

So, Macklemore drove up in a Cadillac and the film crew arrived at Bridenback's home July 30 for the shoot.

Bridenback says he stayed out of the way, but some passing drivers slowed down to see why a man in a mariachi outfit was running around his driveway.

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