Shane Owens is giving readers of The Boot an exclusive first glimpse at the music video for his latest single, "Where I'm Comin' From."

The clip shows real life in the South, complete with fishing, throwing hay bales, football and Southern cooking.

“It was a blessing beyond measure to shoot the video of “Where I’m Comin’ From” in my hometown of Geneva, Ala.,” Owens says. “Shooting a country video doesn't happen around here every day. The people were very excited to be a part of something this special, and we made memories with family and friends that will be cherished forever!”

"Where I'm Comin' From" was produced by Randy Travis and James Stroud.

"I always thought Randy Travis was one of the best country singers, and still is one of the best country singers, of our time," Owens says of the Grand Ole Opry member. "For him to believe in the project, and want to be part of the project, is unreal. I'm ecstatic."

Boasts Travis, "Shane Owens brings it all: vocals, writing, performance and passion. He has paid his dues, remained committed to traditional country and brings you a song with heart and a story -- songs that will get you through the tough times and enjoy the happy times, and lyrics that will remind you of the threads in life that make you the fabric you are today."

Owens, who performs all over the country, says that he feels fortunate to have found a home in country music.

"We've been so blessed," he shares. "It's a tough business, and I've had a couple of hits on the radio, and it just doesn't happen overnight. I've got 15 years under my belt."

"Where I'm Comin' From" is Owens' debut single from an upcoming new album, which the singer-songwriter hopes to release early next year. It is available for download on iTunes.

More information about Owens is available on his website.