Old-school-style crooner Spencer Day, known for vocal stylings in the vein of a Harry Connick Jr. or Meyer Hawthorne, has a new album out titled Daybreak, and he'll be headlining this weekend for two shows (already sold out), Friday and Saturday at Feinstein's at the Nikko in SF. Above is a new video of Spencer performing one of five 1960s tracks on the new album, Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin." Also on the album are five new original songs, and a moving version of "Never My Love," the 1967 song by The Association that was later popularized as a cover by The Fifth Dimension.