Watson keeps up the pace on "Run Wild Horses"
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Watson keeps up the pace on "Run Wild Horses"

Thursday, June 28, 2018 – Aaron Watson' put "Run Wild Horses" to video with a premiere set for Friday on CMT's 24/7 digital music channel, CMT Music.

Watson's is wife of 15 years, Kimberly, makes her music video debut.

The real life love story, directed by Benjamin Ranzinger, was filmed in the Watson's hometown of Buffalo Gap, Texas (population 468) at Perini Ranch. The romantic clip portrays the antithesis of a one-night stand, highlighting the couple's staying power and ability to keep the spark in their marriage.

The song was on Watson's "Vaquero" album.


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