The Chris Weaver Band have just filmed a video for their new song, 'California High,' and they're letting readers of The Boot see it first via this exclusive video premiere.

Weaver and his band brought a diverse mix of different influences to bear on their sophomore CD, 'American Dreamer.' Working in Nashville with acclaimed producer Josh Leo, the musicians created a mix of rootsy Americana, gospel, country, blues and southern rock. Weaver co-wrote all of the songs on 'American Dreamer,' which is appropriately titled, featuring his trademark blue collar anthems.

The West Virginia native comes by those songs honestly; his father played in bands, and introduced him to the music of acts like Bob Seger, Tom Petty, John Mellencamp and Joe Cocker.

“I wanted to write like them and sing like them but just do it in a way that would be my own,“ Weaver says. “It’s all I ever remember wanting to do.”

The new album has earned the band critical accolades, as well as the support of established Nashville acts like Blake Shelton and Lee Brice. The musicians filmed their live video for 'California High' at a recent gig at the Rutledge in Nashville. They'll be bringing that same live energy to cities across America in support of 'American Dreamer.'

See a list of tour dates here.

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