Brad Paisley - Beat This Summer

Brad Paisley - Beat This Summer

Brad Paisley - Water

Brad Paisley - Water

Brad Paisley - American Saturday Night

Brad Paisley - American Saturday Night

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Brad's Bio

Contemporary country singer/songwriter Brad Paisley was born October 28, 1972, in Glen Dale, West Virginia; given his first guitar at age eight, he delivered his first public performance at church two years later. Signing to Arista, he issued his debut solo album, Who Needs Pictures, in 1999. The record produced two chart-topping singles in “He Didn’t Have to Be,” an ode to loving stepfathers, and “We Danced,” and also earned generally positive reviews for its diversity of country styles. The sequel to Paisley’s debut, Part II, was released in 2001 and promptly returned him to the Top Five with “Two People Fell in Love.” “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)” gave Paisley his third chart-topper, and “Wrapped Around” fell one spot short of becoming his fourth. “I Wish You’d Stay” became the fourth Top Ten hit from the record in early 2003. In 2006 Brad Paisley Christmas, a collection of both originals and covers, came out, followed by 5th Gear in 2007, which included the ubiquitous “Ticks,” a sure future novelty classic. An album of mostly guitar instrumentals (Paisley’s excellent guitar playing is a big part of his appeal), Play, followed in 2008, with the big country vocal hit “Waitin’ on a Woman” added in as a “bonus” track. By now poised at the very top of the commercial country world, Paisley released American Saturday Night in 2009. American Saturday Night was greeted by his strongest reviews yet and generated the hit singles “Then,” “Welcome to the Future,” and “Water.” Paisley bought some time with the 2010 release 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. 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

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