(Top Left) Lee Ann Womack / YouTube / (Bottom Left) Trace Adkins / YouTube / (Right) Kane Brown / YouTube
Many of the most popular country songs are about love and family. Because of this, country singers will often include their children in their music videos.
In doing so, those videos become extra meaningful to the artist and their fans.
This isn’t a new phenomenon either. Artists such as Charlie Daniels and Alan Jackson featured their kids in their music videos decades ago. Those are just two examples, and we have 11 more here to share with you.
Keep scrolling to see 13 times country singers included their kids in their official music videos.
Martina McBride and her husband, John, have three daughters. Their names are Delaney, Emma, and Ava.
Delaney and Emma appear alongside their parents in Martina’s music video for “Blessed.” The video was released in 2001. Martina and John welcomed their youngest daughter, Ava, four years later.
Charlie Daniels and his wife, Hazel, had only one child. They welcomed a son in 1965, and named him Charlie Daniels Jr.
Today, Charlie Jr. keeps his father’s legacy alive through the Charlie Daniels Podcast. But before that, Charlie Jr. made a special appearance in his father’s music video for “Little Folks.” The song was released in 1991 when Charlie Jr. was in his twenties.
Lee Ann Womack’s two daughters, Aubrie and Anna Lise, appear in the music video for her emotional hit, “I Hope You Dance.” Aubrie was nine at the time, and Anna Lise was one.
Her eldest, Aubrie, has since gone on to pursue her own country music career as Aubrie Sellers.
Alan Jackson’s “Drive” was an ode to his late father, Eugene. He also sings about his three daughters he shares with his wife Denise. Their names are Mattie, Ali, and Dani.
All three girls appear at the end of Alan’s music video for “Drive,” which was perfect considering the personal nature of the song.
Brett Young and his wife, Taylor, share two daughters. Their names are Presley and Rowan.
At ages three and two, Presley and Rowan appeared alongside their parents in Brett’s super sweet music video for “Dance With You.”
Jason Aldean’s music video for “Got What I Got” contains clips of him enjoying time at the beach with his wife, Brittany. They share two kids, a son named Memphis and a daughter named Navy. They appear throughout the music video too.
A clip toward the end shows Jason’s eldest daughters, Keeley and Kendyl, who he shares with his ex-wife Jessica.
Kane Brown and his wife, Katelyn, share two daughters, Kingsley and Kodi (and have a baby boy on the way). Before Kodi was born, Kane featured Kingsley (and Katelyn!) in the official music video for his romantic hit, “Worship You.”
Kingsley was just one year old at the time.
Thomas Rhett and his wife, Lauren, share four daughters. Their names are Willa, Ada, Lennon, and Lillie.
Many of Thomas’ songs are about his love for Lauren and his family. One such song is 2019’s “Remember You Young.” He released a special “home videos” video to accompany the song, which included footage of his two eldest daughters, Willa and Ada.
Trace Adkins has five daughters. His youngest, Trinity, starred in his heartwarming music video for “Just Fishin’.”
Previously, Trace included his second youngest daughter, Brianna, in his music video for “Ladies Love Country Boys.”
Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline, have two sons. Their names are Bo and Tate.
The boys rush in to hug Luke at the end of his music video for his emotional song, “Build Me a Daddy.”
Dierks Bentley shares three kids with his wife, Cassidy. They have two daughters, Evie and Jordan, and a son named Knox.
Then-five-year-old Knox appeared in his dad’s fun-filled music video for 2019’s “Living.”
Gabby Barrett included her husband, Cade Foehner, and their two kids in her official music video for “Glory Days.” They have a daughter, Baylah, and a son, Augustine.
Cade and Gabby have chosen not to show their kids faces publicly. So Baylah and Augustine’s faces are never fully visible in the music video.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill share three daughters. Their names are Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey.
When it came time to cast the lead in his music video for “7500 OBO,” Tim looked no further than his youngest daughter, Audrey! He made it clear how proud he was of her in a behind-the-scenes clip about the making of the video. Watch that below.