ABC to Rebroadcast Brad Paisley Thinks He’s Special December 28th @ 8:00pm EST NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 10, 2019) Country superstar Brad Paisley’s first ever network variety show, Brad Paisley Thinks He’s Special is set to rebroadcast Saturday, Dec. 28 (8:00pm EST) on ABC. It originally aired Dec. 3 with 6.3 million viewers and was the most watched show on ABC that evening, according to Nielsen.
The Official Music Video For Brad Paisley’s Single, “Beat This Summer.” Below is the official music video for Brad Paisley’s current single, “Beat This Summer.” The song comes from Paisley’s latest album, Wheelhouse. At first I wasn’t so sure how I felt about this song, but after a few listens I approved! The video is VERY cute! It stars a sweet little girl and boy who spend a “romantic” day at the boardwalk. What gets me even more, is the boy resembles a young Paisley! Watch the video below and tell us what you think! [youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOJ1WveJRQg]
Brad Paisley and More to Perform 2013 ACM Awards Fan Jam Concert! The 2013 Academy of Country Music Awards are just a couple weeks away, and the ACM Experience will ensure that country fans have an unforgettable week when “Vegas Goes Country.” The week leading up to the Sunday night awards show will feature a number of special events including the 2013 ACM Awards Fan Jam concert which will be headlined by Brad Paisley. Other performers include Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Brantley Gilbert, Jana Kramer, and Florida Georgia Line. GAC’s Storme Warren will serve as emcee. The ACM Awards broadcast live from Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7th at 8pm on CBS, and will be co-hosted by Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan! Check out the complete list of nominees and the performers!
Brad Paisley Announces Dates and Details On His 2013 Beat This Summer Tour! We were all waiting for this news, and it finally broke last week! Brad Paisley has released the first dates and details of his 2013 Beat This Summer Tour sponsored by the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store! The line-up of dates will kick off in St. Louis, Missouri on May 9th and make stops in 29 cities all over the U.S. and Canada all summer long. Bonus, fans will also get to see opening acts Chris Young and Lee Brice! There are more details to come…so, stay tuned! Also of note, Paisley is teaming up with the Nashville based non-profit Live Beyond whose mission is to provide medical care, clean water, nutritional support and development activities to impoverished communities in Haiti. $1 of each ticket sale from the Beat the Summer Tour will be donated to the organization. You can find more information on the official Live Beyond website.
Get A Look At The Track Listing For Brad Paisley’s Next Album. Brad Paisley just racked up his 21st No. 1 single with “Southern Comfort Zone” and now he has art work and a track listing to share with fans. Wheelhouse, his 8th regular studio album is scheduled to be released Tuesday, April 9 with 17 tracks. Produced by Paisley, the 14 songs and 3 interstitials, along with the songwriters and any special guest collaborations, are listed below. Paisley wrote or co-wrote all of the complete songs featured on Wheelhouse, including the lead hit, “Southern Comfort Zone.” Wheelhouse Track Listing: 1. “Bon Voyage” 2. “Southern Comfort Zone” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace] 3. “Beat This Summer” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Luke Laird] 4. “Outstanding In Our Field” (Featuring Dierks Bentley and Roger Miller with Hunter Hayes on guitar) [Brad Paisley/Mike Dean/Chris DuBois/Lee Thomas Miller/Roger Miller] 5. “Pressing On A Bruise” (Featuring Mat Kearney) [Brad Paisley/Mat Kearney/Kelley Lovelace] 6. “I Can’t Change The World” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace] 7. “幽 女” [Brad Paisley/Justin Williamson/Randle Currie] 8. “Karate” (Featuring Charlie Daniels) [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace] 9. “Death of a Married Man” (Featuring Eric Idle) [Brad Paisley] 10. “Harvey Bodine” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace] 11. “Tin Can On A String” [Brad Paisley/Ashley Gorley/Kelley Lovelace] 12. “Death Of A Single Man” [Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace/Lee Thomas Miller] 13. “The Mona Lisa” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois] 14. “Accidental Racist” (Featuring LL Cool J) [Brad Paisley/Lee Thomas Miller/LL Cool J] 15. “Runaway Train” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace] 16. “Those Crazy Christians” [Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace] 17. “Officially Alive” [Brad Paisley] Four additional tracks will be offered on the deluxe edition of the album!
Country Music Grits N’ Pieces: Brad Paisley Sings for Honey Boo Boo, Brantley Gilbert and Jana Kramer Living Together, Carrie Underwood Sells a House and More! Around here at CMNB we mainly just cover the facts, news and our own opinions, but we know we all need our fluff fix every now and again. To keep things nice and simple for you, we’re putting all of the country music gossipy tidbits (think who broke up with who, who wore what, etc.), plus other odds and ends that might be of interest, in one spot with the this weekly post of “country music grits n’ pieces” (cute, huh?). So, grab a cup of coffee, and settle in for a quick break! Here are this weeks hottest tidbits: Brad Paisley sings the “Ballad for Honey Boo Boo” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Brace yourself. For awesomeness. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11Uq3iGESYM] Country couple, Jana Kramer and Brantley Gilbert are living together in Kramer’s Tennessee house. Too cute. [CMT] Carrie Underwood sold her old house back in August for less than she wanted. [countryweekly] Sad but true Taylor Swift has moved on from UK youngin’ Harry Styles. Moving on! [HuffPo] Miranda Lambert likes shiny things! [CMT] Taylor, Carrie, and Jana all made Men’s Health list of hottest women in 2013. Although, the year just started. So, the list might be a bit premature. [Men’s Health] Here are the Top 10 Dance Songs country fans shook their groove to in 2012! [MusicRow] Darius Rucker is featured in Southern Living, talks his ideal day! It’s very heartwarming. [AllAccess] Oh Randy Travis. What are we to do with you? [The Tennessean]
Brad Paisley Announces New Album Title, Wheelhouse. Brad Paisley stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight to perform his current single “Southern Comfort Zone”, and also took a second to make an important announcement. Paisley let the viewing audience know the title of his upcoming album which drops April 9th this year! The new album title is (drum roll please!), Wheelhouse. He told Kimmel that this new album is all about “leaving you comfort zone”! If “Southern Comfort Zone” is any indication we can certainly expect a lot from this new album! Who else is looking forward to hearing more new music from Paisley?
Brady Paisley Announces Album Title Tonight on Jimmy Kimmel! Since his release of new single “Southern Comfort Zone“, we’ve all been waiting with baited breath to hear details about Brad Paisley‘s upcoming album! We know that it’s due out on April 9th, but not much else. Well, Paisley just tweeted to let us all know he’ll be announcing the album title when he guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! So, be sure to tune in to ABC at 11:35pm, and if you can’t just check in with us for all the latest! Also, bonus, Brad will be performing “Southern Comfort Zone“! Brad Paisley Tweets His Announcement! I’m going to announce the new album title on @jimmykimmel tonight. Any guesses? — Brad Paisley (@BradPaisley) January 9, 2013
Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean and More Country Stars In List of Top 25 Tours of 2012 via Billboard. No real big surprise here, but some of country’s favorite stars, including Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts, are taking up about a fourth of the list for the Top 25 Tours of 2012, across all genres! This proves yet again, that the country genre has some pretty dedicated fans, but you already you knew that! Get the run down below, and check out how the competition from other genres did! Top Country Tours of 2012. #7. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw Total Gross: $96,458,890 Number of Shows: 23 Total Attendance: 1,085,382 Number of Sell-Outs: 9 #13 Jason Aldean Total Gross: $39,956,703 Number of Shows: 59 Total Attendance: 984,229 Number of Sell-Outs: 59 #14 Lady Antebellum Total Gross: $38,358,801 Number of Shows: 88 Total Attendance: 860,065 Number of Sell-Outs: 72 #16 Brad Paisley Total Gross: $33,794,719 Number of Shows: 51 Total Attendance: 485,852 Number of Sell-Outs: 31 #24 Taylor Swift Total Gross: $26,310,160 Number of Shows: 21 Total Attendance: 285,715 Number of Sell-Outs: 21 #25 Rascal Flatts Total Gross: $26,155,360 Number of Shows: 45 Total Attendance: 612,243 Number of Sell-Outs: 21 Top 25 Tours of 2012, Complete List. 1. Madonna 2. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 3. Roger Waters 4. Michael Jackson The Immortal Tour by Cirque Du Soleil 5. Cold Play 6. Lady Gaga 7. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw 8. Van Halen 9. Jay-Z & Kanye West 10. Andre Rieu 11. Dave Matthews Band 12. Barbara Streisand 13. Jason Aldean 14. Lady Antebellum 15. Red Hot Chili Peppers 16. Brad Paisley 17. Nickelback 18. Trans-Siberian Orchestra 19. Elton John 20. Justin Bieber 21. Rod Stewart 22. Neil Diamond 23. Pearl Jam 24. Taylor Swift 25. Rascal Flatts
Brad Paisley’s Southern Comfort Zone Video Is An Unlikely Masterpiece: Review I am a big fan of Brad Paisley so I was excited for the music video for “Southern Comfort Zone“, a brilliant song about Southern pride still encouraging people to see the world, and then be glad to come home! The video appears to have been recorded while Brad conducted the recent leg of his European tour, and The Band Perry even have a couple of cameos since they opened for him during the tour. In addition, he visited the Masai tribe that he donated cows to a couple of months back, and filmed the remainder of the video there. It’s a lot different than Brad’s previous music videos, and certainly very different from your average country music video. The idea behind involved Brad running through various cities, and seems designed to show an almost-seamless fit between places and his journey. Eight countries in eight days, apparently. Amateur Quality = Relatable. The beginning of the video consists of Brad playing the beginning of the song, just him and an acoustic guitar, by a truck, seemingly in the African safari. It is a delightful clash of cultures, but done more subtly than expected, and the writing across the screen to declare the title of the song and artist is in childish font. This pretty much sets up the whole ethos of the video, in that it is oddly, and yet fantastically, amateurish. Sometimes the camera doesn’t focus properly and you experience it focusing in and out. A lot of the time Brad is simply running down random streets in various cities and passers-by stare at him over their shoulder. The beginning and the end of the video where Brad is playing guitar is the live sound, and it doesn’t sound exactly like the polished studio recording. Some of the camera angles aren’t up to much and you get the feeling a lot of it’s been filmed on a handheld. Sometimes the camera holds its shot on completely unknown people and things. Whilst Brad is running someone occasionally throws him a new jacket which he catches and throws on like it’s nothing. He walks into a pub in Ireland and the crowd gathered sing the chorus of the song loudly and unabashedly. He plays guitar next to a real life giraffe and jerks it away slightly when the giraffe goes to try and eat it. Throughout Brad appears unassuming and without star status, he is simply ordinary. Everything is done with the utmost casual vibe, we get no theatrical expressions and sometimes the colors are fairly dull. And that makes me completely love this video. No Glam = Down To Earth While, I like the glitz and the glam and the creative videos that clearly have been worked hard on, there’s something about this that is fun, and perhaps even more interesting than other videos that have had hours of work and a lot of money put into them. This feels Continue reading Brad Paisley Southern Comfort Zone Video: Review→