Brad Paisley plans media blitz around "Play"
Monday, October 27, 2008
– Brad Paisley releases his new CD "Play," on Tuesday, Nov. 4 and plans a heavy TV schedule around the release. The disc contains 16 tracks, with 11 written or co-written by Paisley. Five of the songs include special guest vocal and musical collaborations with B.B. King, Keith Urban, Steve Wariner, Buck Owens and Andy Griffith in a never-before-released version of Waitin' on a Woman
featuring the vocals of Paisley and guest star Griffith, as they were heard in the song's CMA Award nominated music video. The release contains instrumentals as well.
Paisley heads to New York City for appearances on ABC's Good Morning America and The View on Tuesday, Nov. 4, The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS on Nov. 5, and ABC's Dancing with the Stars on Nov. 11 before he co-hosts the The 42nd Annual CMA Awards on ABC on Nov. 12.
Paisley's current single, Start a Band, a duet with Keith Urban, has reached the Top 10 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart this week, 7 weeks after release.
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