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Brad Paisley

Arguably the preeminent male country artist to emerge in the 2000s, Brad Paisley cannily blended the past with the present, paying constant tribute to his forefathers -- when he reached the top of the charts, he still found space for Little Jimmy Dickens and George Jones in his videos -- but pushing the music forward into the new millennium, expanding its sonic and thematic possibilities. This sense of adventure could be heard on 2009's American Saturday Night, a big-hearted and eclectic record that won crossover acclaim, but by the time of its release, Paisley was already a country superstar and no stranger to the top of the charts. American Saturday Night was his fifth number one album on the Billboard Country charts -- the streak started with his third album, 2003's Mud on the Tires; his first five albums all went platinum, as well -- and he had 13 number one country singles, including such modern country staples as "I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song)," "Mud on the Tires," "The World," "She's Everything," "Ticks," "Online," "Letter to Me," and "I'm Still a Guy" -- a varied collection of songs that showcased his wry humor, hard-earned sentimentality, and prowess as a guitarist. As he entered into his second decade as a recording artist, the hits kept coming -- 2011's This Is Country Music and 2013's Wheelhouse both entered the Billboard 200 at number two -- as the onetime Young Turk slowly but surely started the transition into becoming an elder statesman himself.

Born in Glen Dale, West Virginia on October 28, 1972, Brad Paisley began playing guitar at the age of eight when his grandfather gave him a Silvertone Danelectro. Within two years, Paisley gave his first public performance at a local church, and around that time he started getting guitar lessons from Clarence "Hank" Goddard. The student and pupil joined forces with a couple of Goddard's pals to form Brad Paisley & the C-Notes; around this time, the budding guitarist also began writing his own songs. His first real break arrived when his junior high school principal invited Paisley to play at the local Rotary Club, where Tom Miller, the program director of WWVA, one of the major country radio stations in the market, heard him. Miller extended an invitation to the young guitarist to play on the station's Saturday night show Jamboree USA and his initial appearance was so well-received he was asked to become a regular on the broadcast. Over the next eight years, Paisley appeared on weekly on Jamboree USA, opening for such stars as Little Jimmy Dickens, Roy Clark, Ricky Skaggs, and the Judds. He stayed at Jamboree USA as he graduated high school and enrolled at West Liberty State College, where he spent two years before earning a full scholarship at Belmont University in Nashville. Relocating to the Music City in 1993, Paisley attended Belmont on a full ASCAP sponsorship. While at the university, he majored in music business an interned at ASCAP and Atlantic Records and made plenty of connections, including fellow songwriter Kelley Lovelace and Frank Rogers, who'd wind up producing several Paisley records.

Upon graduation, Paisley signed a songwriting deal with EMI Music and he began placing songs on records by hit acts, highlighted by David Kersh's "Another You," which went to number three on the country charts in 1997. This tune, along with others, led to a contract with Arista Records in 1998 and the label released his first single, "Who Needs Picture," in February 1999. Four months later came a full-length debut filled with original compositions (all but one co-written). Also called Who Needs Pictures, the album took off that fall when the Lovelace co-written "He Didn't Have to Be" became Paisley's first number one hit. "Me Neither," the third single, went to 18 but its successor, "We Danced," topped the charts, starting a streak of Top Ten singles that ran uninterrupted until 2011. As he began recording his second album, Paisley worked with other artists -- notably, he collaborated with Chely Wright on her 2001 album Never Love You Enough; she also became his lover briefly -- while continuing to promote his debut, constant activity that paid off in Paisley being inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on February 17, 2001; at the age of 28, he was the youngest musician ever given the honor. Part II, his aptly named second album, came out May 29, 2001 and it confirmed his status as a rising country star. Debuting at three on the Billboard Country Album charts, Part II spawned four Top Ten singles -- "Two People Fell in Love," "Wrapped Around," "I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song)," and "I Wish You'd Stay" -- with "I'm Gonna Miss Her" reaching number one.

Released in the summer of 2003, Mud on the Tires was Paisley's breakthrough, debuting at number one on the Billboard Country charts and eight on the Top 200 and generating another four Top Ten singles: the cheeky novelty "Celebrity," "Little Moments," the mournful Alison Krauss duet "Whiskey Lullaby" (which went platinum), and "Mud on the Tires" (the latter going to number one). Mud on the Tires eventually went double platinum, as did its 2005 sequel, Time Well Wasted, whose four singles -- "Alcohol," the Dolly Parton duet "When I Get Where I'm Going," "The World," and "She's Everything" -- all went into the Top Ten, with all but the first reaching number one. With the sales came awards: Time Well Wasted won Best Album honors from both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association in 2006, the same year Paisley earned four Grammy nominations. As the guitarist worked on his fifth studio album, he contributed two original songs to Pixar's summer 2006 film Cars and he released the seasonal Christmas in October 2006; it reached eight on the U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums chart. 5th Gear arrived in the summer of 2007 and it was an instant smash, debuting at three on the Top 200 (and number one on Billboard Country Albums) with its four singles -- "Ticks," "Online," "Letter to Me," and "I'm Still a Guy" -- all reaching number one. An expanded reissue of 5th Gear brought a fifth number one single called "Waitin' on a Woman" in 2008, which meant Paisley now held the record for most consecutive number one country hits in the SoundScan era. Also in 2008, Paisley won his first Grammy Award for "Throttleneck," which was named the Best Country Instrumental Performance; he would once again win that award in 2009 for "Cluster Puck" and he'd also take home Best Male Country Vocal performance that year for "Letter to Me."

Sitting comfortably at the top of the charts with plenty of accolades to his name, Paisley started to take some risks in 2008, beginning with the release of the almost all-instrumental Play. Buttressed with a couple of vocal performances, including the Keith Urban duet "Start a Band" that gave Brad another number one single, Play debuted well -- number one on the Country charts, nine on the Top 200 -- but not only was it his first album to not go platinum, it didn't go gold. That situation was rectified by his 2009 studio album American Saturday Night, a musically and thematically ambitious record that earned him his best reviews in the non-country press while giving him another big hit. The album debuted at number one on the country charts upon its June release (it came in at two on the Top 200) and it gave him another four big hits: "Then" and "Water," which both went to number one, and "Welcome to the Future" and "American Saturday Night," which both went to number two. For the 2010 holiday season, he released Hits Alive -- a double-disc package divided into one live set and one collection of hits -- and then returned with his seventh collection of new songs, This Is Country Music, in May 2011. "Old Alabama," the second single pulled from This Is Country Music, became Paisley's 19th number one single, followed quickly by his 20th number one, the Carrie Underwood duet "Remind Me," but there were signs of a chart slowdown when "Camouflage" became his first single in 11 years to not reach the Top Ten (it topped out at 15); similarly, This Is Country Music and American Saturday Night both stalled at gold where their predecessors had gone platinum.

As he toured This Is Country Music, Paisley also busied himself in a variety of show-biz cameos, including an appearance on the Cars 2 soundtrack and a guest spot on South Park. He also published a music-focused memoir called Diary of a Player, which was co-written by music journalist David Wild. After the tour came to a conclusion, he set out to work on his ninth album, Wheelhouse. An ambitious, genre-hopping album, the record was preceded by the "Southern Comfort Zone" single in the fall of 2012 and "Beat This Summer," which appeared a month prior to Wheelhouse's April 2013 release. Wheelhouse debuted well -- once again, he took the number one slot on Billboard's country chart and number two on the Top 200 -- but it soon got swallowed up in a media controversy concerning its album track "Accidental Racist." A duet with rapper LL Cool J, the song attempted to tackle the lasting legacy of racism but earned more attention for its clumsy lyrics from Paisley and LL Cool J. His next single, "I Can't Change the World," barely cracked the country Top 40 and its successor, "The Mona Lisa," did marginally better, peaking at 24; the album itself failed to go gold.

Within a year of the release of Wheelhouse, Paisley was back with a new single, "River Bank," which hit number 12 on the country charts. Its accompanying album, Moonshine in the Trunk, was solidly a country record, and featured duets with Carrie Underwood and Emmylou Harris. It became his eighth straight album to top the country charts, and reached number two on the pop charts. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: Moonshine In The Trunk

1. Crushin' It

2. River Bank

3. Perfect Storm

4. High Life

5. Moonshine In The Trunk

6. Shattered Glass

7. Limes

8. You Shouldn't Have To

9. 4WP (Feat. Brad Paisley)

10. Cover Girl

11. Gone Green

13. American Flag On The Moon

14. Country Nation

15. Me And Jesus (Extra Special Bonus Track)


Track List: Wheelhouse (Deluxe Version) (Limited Edition)

1. Bon Voyage

2. Southern Comfort Zone

3. Beat This Summer

4. Outstanding In Our Field

5. Pressing On A Bruise

6. I Can't Change The World

7. Onryo

8. Karate

9. Death Of A Married Man

10. Harvey Bodine

11. Tin Can On A String

12. Death Of A Single Man

13. The Mona Lisa

14. Accidental Racist

15. Runaway Train

16. Those Crazy Christians

17. Officially Alive

18. Yankee Doodle Dixie

19. Facebook Friends

20. Get Even

21. Southern Comfort Zone (Acoustic Version)


Track List: This Is Country Music

1. This Is Country Music

2. Old Alabama

3. A Man Don't Have To Die

4. Camouflage

5. Remind Me

6. Working On A Tan

7. Love Her Like She's Leavin'

8. One Of Those Lives

9. Toothbrush

10. Be The Lake

11. Eastwood

12. New Favorite Memory

13. Don't Drink The Water

14. I Do Now

15. Life's Railway To Heaven


Track List: Hits Alive

1. Mud On The Tires

2. Ticks

3. Anything Like Me

4. The World

5. Little Moments

6. When I Get Where I'm Going (Feat. Dolly Parton)

7. Celebrity

8. Then (Piano Mix)

9. I'm Still A Guy

10. He Didn't Have To Be

11. Alcohol

12. Whiskey Lullaby (Feat. Alison Krauss)

13. We Danced

14. Online

15. Water (Live)

16. American Saturday Night (Live)

17. Waitin' On A Woman (Live)

18. I'm Gonna Miss Her (Live)

19. Mud On The Tires (Live)

20. She's Everything (Live)

21. Time Warp (Live)

22. Letter To Me (Live)

23. Then (Live)

24. Alcohol (Live)

25. Online (Reprise)


Track List: American Saturday Night

1. American Saturday Night

2. Everybody's Here

3. Welcome To The Future

4. Then

5. Water

6. She's Her Own Woman

8. Anything Like Me

9. You Do The Math

10. No

11. Catch All The Fish

12. Oh Yeah, You're Gone

13. The Pants

14. I Hope That's Me


Track List: Play

1. Huckleberry Jam

2. Turf's Up

3. Start A Band

4. Kim

5. Departure

6. Come On In

7. Playing With Fire

8. Kentucky Jelly

9. More Than Just This Song

10. Les Is More

11. Pre-Cluster Cluster Pluck Prequel

12. Cluster Pluck

13. Cliffs Of Rock City

14. Let The Good Times Roll

15. What A Friend We Have In Jesus

16. Waitin' On A Woman (With Andy Griffith)


Track List: 5th Gear

1. All I Wanted Was A Car

2. Ticks

3. Online

4. Letter To Me

5. I'm Still A Guy

6. Some Mistakes

7. It Did

8. Mr. Policeman

9. If Love Was A Plane

10. Oh Love

11. Better Than This

12. With You Without You

13. Previously

14. Bigger Fish To Fry

15. When We All Get To Heaven

16. Throttleneck


Track List: Time Well Wasted

1. The World

2. Alcohol

3. Waitin' On A Woman

4. I'll Take You Back

5. She's Everything

6. You Need A Man Around Here

7. Out In The Parkin' Lot (Feat. Alan Jackson)

8. Rainin' You

9. Flowers

10. Love Is Never-Ending

11. The Uncloudy Day

12. When I Get Where I'm Going (Feat. Dolly Parton)

13. Easy Money

14. Time Warp

15. Time Well Wasted

16. Cornography (Feat James Burton And The Kung Pao Buckaroos)


Track List: Mud On The Tires

1. Mud On The Tires

2. Celebrity

3. Ain't Nothin' Like

4. Little Moments

5. That's Love

6. Somebody Knows You Now

7. Famous People

8. Hold Me In Your Arms (And Let Me Fall)

9. Whiskey Lullaby (Feat. Alison Krauss)

10. The Best Thing That I Had Goin'

11. The Cigar Song

12. Make A Mistake

13. Make A Mistake With Me (Instrumental)

14. Is It Raining At Your House

15. Spaghetti Western Swing (Instrumental) (feat. Redd Volkaert)

16. Farther Along

17. Kung Pao (Hidden Track)


Track List: Part II

1. Two Feet Of Topsoil

2. I'm Gonna Miss Her

3. Part Two

4. Wrapped Around

5. Two People Fell In Love

6. Come On Over Tonight

7. You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive

8. I Wish You'd Stay

9. All You Really Need Is Love

10. Munster Rag

11. You Have That Effect On Me

12. Too Country

13. The Old Rugged Cross


Track List: Who Needs Pictures

1. Long Sermon

2. Me Neither

3. Who Needs Pictures

4. Don't Breathe

5. He Didn't Have To Be

6. It Never Woulda Worked Out Anyway

7. Holdin' On To You

8. I've Been Better

9. We Danced

10. Sleepin' On The Foldout

11. Cloud Of Dust

12. The Nervous Breakdown

13. In The Garden


Track List: American Saturday Night (Radio Single)

1. American Saturday Night


Track List: Crushin' It (Single)

1. Crushin' It


Track List: Old Alabama (Radio Single)


Track List: River Bank (Remix) (Single)


Track List: River Bank (Single)

1. River Bank


Track List: Start A Band (Radio Single)


Track List: Then (Radio Single)


Track List: This Is Country Music (Radio Single)

1. This Is Country Music


Track List: Without A Fight (Single)

1. Without A Fight (Feat. Demi Lovato)


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1.kiss your left hand
2.say your crushes name
3.close your hand
4.say a weekday
5.say your name
6.repost this on 15 songs and your crush will tell you they like you in that weekday
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Don't read will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Don't stop this is freaky! But if you read this and ignore you will have bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen. This is so creepy because it actually works
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Now you've started reading this don't stop this is so freaky. But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 mins. When you are done press space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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This track always give me joy and hope of heaven
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Dont read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now you've started reading this don't stop this is so creepy. But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 mins. When you are done press space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so creepy it actually works.
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Loving this song. A little country won't hurt my soul!
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I'm so happy to see the new version of this world to me to the point where the heck are we doing the right thing to say that I have a great day to day I have a way of looking for something that is not the best of luck in your eyes on the other side of the year and a lot more fun than a week or next to the point where you can get the hang of this year to be in a statement from a few years back and I have no idea how to get the hang of this year to get a good time to go out with the best thing to
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why does he always sings with carrie she's an okay artist but there are so many better female country artists that would suit brad much better, better still sing something with your wife brad
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First country singer I ever heard....... I will love him forever!!
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at it 41 years just like T G Sheppard
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none of us can Change the World , only try
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megan pelcher you are so right...and the chain letter garbage though! so dumb
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I adore his music ����
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Like the way he sings
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Really, really like your rendition of "When We All Get To Heaven"--ble s s e d hope!!
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Horrible! This is not country!
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Aww that's so sweet@olivia f r y a r
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Girl: Am I pretty?
Girl: Do u even want to be with me forever?
Boy: No
Girl: Do u even like me?
Boy: No
Girl: Would u cry if i walked away?
Boy: No
She heard enough and was hurt... She walked away with tears in her eyes
The boy grabbed her arm
Boy: Your not r beautiful
Boy: I dont want to be with u forever...I need to be with u forever
Boy: I dont like u...I love u
Boy: I wouldn't cry if u walked away......I would die if u walked away.
Boy Whispers: Plz stay with me
Girl: I wi
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Love your songs so much they are the best!!!!!!!
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I love brad paisley he needs to come to al ��
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You're so cute I want to be grown up
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I like your music
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Remind me ❤ LOVE THIS SONG
cry when I here it reminds me of my nease. LOVE YOU Cadence
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LOVE brad is a freakin genius!!!!!! ! ! ! !
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