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Kane Brown Shoots New Music Video ‘Worship You’ in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

by Halle Ames
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On Friday, Kane Brown debuted his new music video for his hit-single “Worship You,” which features his wife, Katelyn, and baby girl, Kingsley. The video was filmed in the beautiful landscape of Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Brown dedicated the song “Worship You” to his wife of two years and his one-year-old daughter, Kingsley. Both made appearances in the video. 

The video is set in the woods, with some scenes being filmed in an open field with a bubbling creek. However, our favorite location is the closing shot of the family in a large valley, and once zoomed out, you see the woods and white-peaked mountains in the background. 

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The small town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is home to only 10,400 people. However, it is a tourist hotspot, catering to more than 2.6 million visitors every year. In addition, it is only 55 miles from Yellowstone National Park and fifteen minutes from Grand Teton National Park. The beautiful little town is known for its massive antler arch in the middle of its town square and is considered the “Last of the Old West.”

Tourists aren’t the only ones smitten with this town’s charm and landscape. Brown said he would be coming back. 

“It was so beautiful and remote, and we plan to go back again for a family vacation after this experience.”

The family man goes onto say how happy he was to have his two favorites girls in the video with him.

“It meant the world to me to be able to film the ‘Worship You’ video with Katelyn and Kingsley. This video will always have a special place in my heart because we filmed it together as a family.” he told People in an article. 

His wife, Katelyn, also said she loved the family get-away. “That trip to Jackson Hole is one that we will never forget. Kingsley was a perfect baby throughout the whole video. She certainly isn’t camera-shy, and she never fussed or got upset, even though by the end of the video, it was really windy! It was so special to film this video with our family.”