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Paisley announces tracks; Jagger, Fogerty guest

Thursday, March 9, 2017 – Brad Paisley will get help from Mick Jagger and John Fogerty on his upcoming disc, "Love and War," Paisley announced today.

Paisley revealed that his 11th Arista Nashville release, out April 21, will have 16 songs. Among them is his hit "Home."

Country Music Hall of Famers Bill Anderson and Johnny Cash and hip hop-R&B artist-producer Timbaland also appear. Paisley wrote "Gold All Over the Ground" with Cash, who died in 2003. It was unclear when they wrote the song together.

Paisley opened for the Rolling Stones in 2015 and jammed with them on "Dead Flowers" during their set.

The track listing is:
1. "Heaven South" Brad Paisley/Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois
2. "Last Time for Everything" Brad Paisley/Smith Ahnquist/Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois/Mike Ryan
3. "One Beer Can" Brad Paisley/Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois
4. "Go to Bed Early" Brad Paisley/Brent Anderson/Hannah Dasher/Chris DuBois
5. "Drive of Shame" (Featuring Mick Jagger) Brad Paisley/Mick Jagger/Matt Clifford
6. "Contact High" Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace/Lee Thomas Miller
7. "Love and War" (Featuring John Fogerty) Brad Paisley/John Fogerty
8. "Today" Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Ashley Gorley
9. "selfie#theinternetisforever" Brad Paisley/Jim Beavers/Chris DuBois (ASCAP/BMI)
10. "Grey Goose Chase" (Featuring Timbaland) Brad Paisley/Jared Gutstadt/Lee Thomas Miller/Timothy Mosley
11. "Gold All Over the Ground" Brad Paisley/John R. Cash
12. "Dying to See Her" (Featuring Bill Anderson) Brad Paisley/Bill Anderson
13. "Solar Power Girl" (Featuring Timbaland) Brad Paisley/Jared Gutstadt/Timothy Mosley
14. "The Devil Is Alive and Well" Brad Paisley/Robert Arthur/Kenny Lewis
15. "Meaning Again" Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace/Lee Thomas Miller
16. "Heaven South" (Reprise) Brad Paisley/Brent Anderson/Chris DuBois

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