The music video for Stephanie Quayle‘s “Winnebago” is officially here!
Directed by Jeff Johnson of FlyHi Films (Luke Bryan’s “Fast” video, Cole Swindell’s “Middle Of A Memory” and “You Should Be Here videos), the colorful video for “Winnebago” was shot at KOA in Nashville, TN.
“The music video for Winnebago is so much fun. My dog is in it and he’s wearing a Hawaiian shirt. He may have stolen the show,” Quayle laughs.
Watch the music video below…
“‘Winnebago’ is all about taking to the open road. When I was a little kid, my grandparents would throw me in an RV with all my siblings and they would take us across the country from Montana to Minnesota. I’m getting to relive my childhood through this song!” Quayle told CS Country.
Watch our full interview with Stephanie below to learn more about her upcoming album…
Quayle is currently crisscrossing North America on her headlining “Winnebago” Tour: Powered By The RV Loft and co-sponsored by Winnebago, Kampgrounds Of America (KOA), Polaroid and Summerfield Farms.
Along the tour, Stephanie is making surprise appearances at various iconic must-stop destinations across the U.S. and Canada to perform her single at each of the landmarks that are name checked in the lyrics of “Winnebago.” She’s already made stops at the Empire State Building and Niagara Falls, so we can’t wait to see where she’ll be next!
Keep up with Stephanie Quayle’s adventures by following her on Instagram at @stephaniequayle.