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Brad Paisley: It's 'Hard' to Let My Boys Make Their Own Mistakes

Brad Paisley: It's 'Hard' to Let My Boys Make Their Own Mistakes
“They're growing up,” Paisley, 41, told PEOPLE Monday at the taping of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles, which airs Feb. 9 on CBS. “I see so much of me [in them].” Paisley, who has two sons, Huck, 6½, and Jasper Warren, …
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Brad Paisley, Keith Urban pay tribute to Beatles at 'Grammy Salute' concert
"We are honoring the most important band of all time, and trying to do justice to their song while two of them sit there," Paisley said in an interview before his performance. "We know, going in, we're not going to sing like them, and we're going to …
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  • Record Label: Sony/Bmg
  • Catalog#: 88697 269082
  • Country Of Release: NLD
  • Year Of Release: 2008

Brad Pailey won his first GRAMMY Award in 2008 for Best Country Instrumental Performance and he is believes in ‘more music, less talk’ with his 2008 album, Play, which promises to increase axes across the board, alongside some of the guitar world’s great heroes. Featuring guest vocal and musical collaborations with B.B. King, Keith Urban, Steve Wariner, and Buck Owens.

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Mud on the Tires

Mud on the Tires

When Brad Paisley sings, as he does on the lead single “Celebrity,” “No matter what you do, people think you’re cool just ‘cuz you’re on TV,” he ratifies his status as a formidable voice in modern yet accessible and traditional country music. “That’s Love” and “Is It Raining at Your House” offer romance freed of hazy metaphor or greeting-card slogans. There’s a miniature morality play, “The Cigar Song,” and the obligatory closing gospel chestnut (“Farther Along”). The guest shots–by contemporary stars Alison Krauss and Vince Gill, and veterans Bill Anderson, George Jones, and Little Jimmy Dickens–are pleasant but hardly necessary, since Paisley’s good musical sense abounds. He also revives a long-vanished tradition: the featured sideman. As Chet Atkins once played for the Carter Sisters and Don Rich picked behind Buck Owens, Paisley spotlights his amazing guitarist, Merle Haggard alumnus Redd Volkaert. He rips loose on “Spaghetti Western Swing” and flies free on the extended country-jazz jam in the middle of “Make a Mistake with Me.” With wit, heart, and unyielding devotion to the earthy, Paisley follows his 2001 gem, Part II, with an even more compelling album that should set a new standard. –Rich KienzleWhen Brad Paisley sings, as he does on the lead single “Celebrity,” “No matter what you do, people think you’re cool just ‘cuz you’re on TV,” he ratifies his status as a formidable voice in modern yet accessible and traditional country music. “That’s Love” and “Is It Raining at Your House” offer romance freed of hazy metaphor or greeting-card slogans. There’s a miniature morality play, “The Cigar Song,” and the obligatory closing gospel chestnut (“Farther Along”). The guest shots–by contemporary stars Alison Krauss and Vince Gill, and veterans Bill Anderson, George Jones, and Little Jimmy Dickens–are pleasant but hardly necessary, since Paisley’s good musical sense abounds. He also revives a long-vanished tradition: the featured sideman. As Chet Atkins once played for the Carter Sisters and Don Rich picked behind Buck Owens, Paisley spotlights the amazing guitarist, Merle Haggard alumnus Redd Volkaert, letting him loose on “Spaghetti Western Swing.” Paisley himself flies free on the extended country-jazz jam in the middle of “Make a Mistake with Me.” With wit, heart, and unyielding devotion to the earthy, Paisley follows his 2001 gem, Part II, with an even more compelling album that should set a new standard. –Rich Kienzle

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CMA Fest 2012 – Brad Paisley – Nashville, Tn – 6-7-12 – 120

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Brad Paisley putting on a great show at LP Field in Nashville, Tn to finish the first night of CMA Fest 2012.

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Brad Paisley putting on a great show at LP Field in Nashville, Tn to finish the first night of CMA Fest 2012.

BRAD PAISLEY CONCERT IN CENTRAL PARK 2011 / Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series – Rumsey Field, Central Park NYC – 07/15/11
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Brad Paisley Spins the Wheelhouse: Live in Vegas Premieres, 5/29
"I thought it would be the mission statement that basically said, 'Here's where we are, here's where we're going,'" Brad Paisley says of "Southern Comfort Zone," his most recent No. 1 hit and the first single from his recently released Wheelhouse album …
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Copyright suit targets Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood
A Dallas songwriter is suing Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, their record labels and publishing companies, and two Nashville songwriters for copyright infringement, claiming the parties ripped off a song she wrote after they heard her perform it around …
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Brad Paisley, Kings of Leon React to George Jones' Death
Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, and Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill were among those sharing their thoughts on the death of country great George Jones, who died today in Nashville at age 81. The Texas native was hospitalized last week with a …
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Brad Paisey Explains His Other Controversial Song on 'Wheelhouse,' 'Those

Brad Paisey Explains His Other Controversial Song on 'Wheelhouse,' 'Those
Fans who have already picked up Brad Paisley's new album 'Wheelhouse' may have gotten a little bit more than they bargained for. The country superstar has departed from his winning formula fairly dramatically, courting controversy with a couple of …
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Brad Paisley: Country's new rebel? Affable artist dares to ask tough questions
And sure enough, in this brand-new country song, the singer — a big country star named Brad Paisley — begins the chorus by proclaiming, “I'm a white man from the Southland.” Right. Tell 'em. But then Paisley continues, “Tryin' to understand what it's …
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Playlist: The Very Best of Brad Paisley

Playlist: The Very Best of Brad Paisley

Welcome to the Playlist series. Painstakingly compiled by the artists and the music nuts at Legacy Recordings, these collections truly represent an artists’ complete body of work. We’ve fished through hundreds-thousands-of tracks to cherry pick the perfect playlists. Not just the hits (anyone can find those). The life changing cuts. The out-of-print tracks. The fan favorites everyone loves. The songs that make the artist who they are.

You’ll no doubt enjoy the sound of the beautifully remastered songs on this CD (as opposed to MP3’s that contain less information, which translate into compromised sound). But we think the thing you’ll appreciate most about this Playlist is that even though you didn’t make it, you might wish you did.

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Brad Paisley – Southern Comfort Zone

Brad Paisley - Southern Comfort Zone

Music video by Brad Paisley performing Southern Comfort Zone. (C) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment
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Brad Paisley – Little Moments

Brad Paisley - Little Moments

Music video by Brad Paisley performing Little Moments. (C) 2003 BMG Music
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Photos and video: Brad Paisley surprises Carrie Underwood at Nashville concert
Perhaps the most stunning moment of Underwood's Nashville show Sunday night was a surprise appearance by Brad Paisley, who joined the Checotah native to perform their No. 1 duet “Remind Me.” The teary-eyed Underwood was clearly shocked and …
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Brad Paisley fulfills Lancaster County man's dying wish
Through friends in the music industry, Feldman's final wish got to the right people and before he knew it, he was giving Brad Paisley his beloved guitar before Paisley's concert in Hershey, PA Saturday. Feldman learned that pancreatic cancer had …
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