VIDEO: Sheryl Crow Struts Around the World in 'Halfway There'

The singer, songwriter, and Stern Show guest's new album is “Be Myself”

Sheryl Crow has debuted the official music video for "Halfway There," her single featuring Gary Clark Jr.

The video shows the talented singer, songwriter, and recent Stern Show guest rocking around the globe, strumming her bass in front of farms, churches, skylines, international landmarks, American flags, and perhaps at one point a nebula.

The single hails from Sheryl's latest album, "Be Myself," which she came by the Stern Show to promote in April. In addition to telling Howard about everything from singing backup for Michael Jackson to getting her big break on a McDonald's commercial, the nine-time Grammy winner also performed "Halfway There" and two of her most iconic hits in the studio.

Howard was impressed by Sheryl's continued ability to rock, to which she jokingly replied: "I'm funky for a middle-aged white woman."

Howard also complimented her use of the wah-wah pedal on her new song. "You know what's wrong with the wah-wah pedal?" she said. "Nothing!"

Check out Sheryl's video for "Halfway There" (above) from her album "Be Myself." Click here to hear her full sit-down with Howard as well as her in-studio performances.