Paisley, Urban video debuts Tuesday
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Paisley, Urban video debuts Tuesday

Monday, November 17, 2008 – The video for Brad Paisley and Keith Urban's current duet, Start A Band, will debut on GAC tomorrow, Tuesday Nov. 18. The video captures the guitar-slingers dueling it out lick for lick and introduces a couple of young budding guitarists (Paisley and Urban look-a-likes) in a guitar showdown setting. Jim Shea (Waitin' on a Woman, Online, Letter To Me) directed. The video can also be viewed at AOL, Yahoo, YouTube and www.bradpaisley.com.

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