On the heels of the Empire state legalizing gay marriage comes a new video from saxophonist/vocalist Dave Koz, which he and director Graham Streeter created to show support for marriage equality. Speaking of "This Guy's In Love With You," first made popular by Burt Bacharach in 1968, Koz says, "It’s a simple statement of love. That's what this song is all about. Being bold enough to love whoever you wish, show some vulnerability and truly celebrate moving beyond our fears.”
Shot on location in Ventura, California, the video features the first ever city-sized "love mob" filled with people of all colors, shapes, sizes, and sexual orientations -- and we've got your exclusive first look:
For more info on Dave Koz, including a full list of tour dates, visit his official website. To purchase his album, Hello Tomorrow, featuring "This Guy's In Love With You," head to iTunes.
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