Texas country singer Aaron Watson's 'July in Cheyenne' video will hit home for real cowboys, as well as many country music fans. The clip tells the story of Lane Frost, a 25-year-old bull riding champion killed in July 1989. 

Frost died after a ride at Cheyenne Frontier Days, and his story was turned into a movie starring Luke Perry. Watson becomes the latest to pay tribute to the legend, who was one of the most prolific bull riders of all time. The song was so touching that the singer even became friends with Elsie Frost, Lane's mother.

The music video features never-before-seen footage of Frost. Watch it here, and learn more about his latest album 'Real Good Time' at his official website. 'July in Cheyenne' is the fourth and final single from Watson's 'Real Good Time.'