A woman claimed she was removed for breastfeeding her baby at a Paisley show—though police counter it was for the infant’s safety. “There’s no way I would take a -month-old baby into the pit at one of my concerts,” Paisley said.
In celebration of his upcoming album “Moonshine in the Trunk,” Paisley will perform a special poolside show Aug. 27 at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Guests include Love & Theft, Leah Turner and Dee Jay Silver.
During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, Paisley performed two songs, including the title track to his upcoming album “Moonshine in the Trunk.” Watch the video and see the album cover.
Apparently, holding a camera cannot deter the country star from playing a mean slide guitar.
“Hopefully they can hear the show out here,” he tweeted. “We’ll play loud.”
From Hank Williams moaning that there’s “A Tear in My Beer” on up to Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup,” Kenny Chesney’s “Beer in Mexico” and even recent single “Bartender” from Lady Antebellum, drinking has been a favorite topic in country music.
Sunny day? Check. Inner tubes? Check. Good-looking folks in swimwear? Check. Water-skiing squirrel? Um…excuse me?
In honor of Memorial Day , and to thank them for their service, Paisley traveled with President Obama to greet U.S. troops and give a surprise performance.
The new singing competition will premiere June 22.
“At certain times, your career should be a party,” Paisley told Billboard. The “River Bank” singer also announced his 2014 Country Nation World Tour, which kicks off this month — see all cities and dates.
His previous album “Wheelhouse” is barely a year old, but today, the veteran country artist announced that he’ll have a brand-new album ready for release while the weather’s still warm.
Thanks to support from his gym teacher and high-school classmates, Arizona special needs student Bailey will meet his musical hero, Brad Paisley, this summer and sing for him in person.
“So many young girls want to be just like her. In that sense, I see hope for the world. If I had a daughter, nothing would make me happier than to hear her say she wanted to grow up to be like Carrie Underwood,” Brad Paisley writes.