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Brad Paisley Keeps His Promise, Honors Deceased Fan in Very Special Way

Brad Paisley made a promise last autumn to Lee Feldman, an Ephrata, Penn. resident who was stricken with pancreatic cancer. That promise was to use Feldman's gift of a prized custom-made guitar on Paisley's new album, 'Wheelhouse,' and to not let the guitar lay unused and forgotten.  

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Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood Sued Over ‘Remind Me’

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are staring down a lawsuit levied at them by a Dallas songwriter who claims that the twosome stole their 2011 hit 'Remind Me' from her.

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Brad Paisley to Appear on ‘Nashville’ Season Finale

When the first season of ABC's drama 'Nashville' winds up next month, fans will spot one of the Music City's biggest stars on their television screens. Brad Paisley.

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Brad Paisley’s ‘Wheelhouse’ Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Country

Brad Paisley stepped out of his comfort zone with his eighth studio album, 'Wheelhouse,' and it certainly paid off, as the record debuted at No. 1 this week on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. 

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Brad Paisley LL Cool Jay Spoof Saturday Night Live

Brad Paisley knew he was going to take some heat over his new song. He's also getting additional press.

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Hunter Hayes Recalls First Meeting Brad Paisley, Talks ‘Outstanding in Our Field’

Hot rising star Hunter Hayes is on a major roll. The 21-year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist released his major label debut in 2011, and since then he's scored a big hit with 'Wanted' and won a number of critical accolades. But he was still unsure of himself when superstar Brad Paisley asked him to play guitar on 'Outstanding in Our Field,' a track from the legend's new album, 'Wheelhouse.'

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Brad Paisley Comments on ‘Accidental Racist’ Controversy: ‘I Wouldn’t Change a Thing’

Brad Paisley releases his new album 'Wheelhouse' today (April 9), and a track from the record titled 'Accidental Racist' has already been stirring up controversy online.

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Brad Paisley, ‘Wheelhouse’ – Album Review

Brad Paisley's 'Wheelhouse' delivers a familiar mix of humor, life lessons and scorching guitar solos, but it does it in a way different from any of the other eight albums the 'Beat This Summer' singer has released. He took his old formula, balled it up, lit it on fire and tossed the ashes in the garbage. The result is a meaty and ambitious project that doesn't always click, but clears new ground when it does.

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Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley + Hunter Hayes Perform ‘Outstanding in Our Field’ at 2013 ACMs

The 2013 ACM Awards got off to a great start Sunday, with a fantastic performance from three country crooners who are truly 'outstanding in their field' -- Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley and the young Hunter Hayes lit up the MGM arena, performing the 'Wheelhouse' star's new song, 'Outstanding in Our Field.'

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Brad Paisley Scavenger Hunt

Win airfare, hotel, tickets to a Brad Paisley concert along with meet and greet! Find out how!

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