Singer-songwriter Dallas Burrow is premiering the nostalgic new music video for his song "Guitar Man" exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

Burrow's father used the name that would eventually become his own as an alias during his "outlaw days," according to Burrow, a native Texan. His dad originally wrote the song as a poem back then, passing down the lyrics to his son later in life.

The "Guitar Man" music video finds Burrow returning to Dallas, his father's hometown, to lend an extra pinch of vivid illustration to its lyrics via views of the city's skyline and the iconic Dallas bar Lee Harvey's. "It was very special to me to include this song on the album as a way to honor my roots," Burrow tells The Boot.

That album Burrow's talking about, titled Southern Wind, was released back in September to critical acclaim. The record was made alongside a slew of Nashville greats, including producer Eric McConnell, known for his work with artists such as Loretta Lynn and Todd Snider. It also features instrumentation from Chris Scruggs, a member of Marty Stuart's Fabulous Superlatives and grandson of Earl Scruggs, and Johnny Cash bassist Dave Roe.

Fans can keep up with Burrow via his official website. There, you'll find a full list of upcoming tour dates and more information about Southern Wind and the singer himself.

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