James Robert Webb is exclusively premiering the music video for his single "How That Feels" on The Boot. The Kellyville, Okla., native and Tulsa resident balances on the line between traditional and modern country, and while "How That Feels" has undeniably country roots, it also is current enough to appeal to newer country fans.

The "How That Feels" music video features the singer and his band rocking out to the song, but it also follows a farm boy and a leggy blonde -- a woman who is, quite literally, the woman of said farm boy's dreams. As viewers will see, from a horse-drawn carriage ride to an ice cream treat, the man treats his lady well.

"How That Feels" is the last song on Webb's 11-track record Pictures, on which fans will hear the influence of his three favorite country artists: Garth Brooks, Ronnie Dunn and Toby Keith. Webb also lists Lee Brice and Cole Swindell as newer performers whom he enjoys.

"I never had any vocal training or sang with a group or anything," Webb says in a press release. "I was just always a musician in the band.”

Previously, The Boot released Webb's music video for "Makin' Love Tonight," which earned Webb a Top 40 hit on the Music Row charts and ranked No. 58 on the Billboard charts. The artist is signed with Bison Creek Records; more information on his music and tour schedule is available on Webb's official website.

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