Paisley announces new CD for April
Thursday, December 9, 2010
– Brad Paisley is getting into the holiday spirit. He announced Thursday he will release his next album, "This is Country Music" on April 19.
Starting Dec. 13 and continuing for one week through Dec. 20, fans will be able to visit www.ThisIsCountryMusic.com and download a free digital single of the title track.
The web site will also offer the opportunity to pre-order the album, in digital or physical form, at a limited-time special price.
All pre-orders on the site will allow purchasers periodic access to exclusive content, which might include early previews of new music or video greetings from Paisley prior to the April street date. After the free download period, site pre-orders will include an immediate download of the digital single.
Beginning Dec. 21, the single will be available for sale at participating digital music retailers and on ThisIsCountryMusic.com.
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