Paisley finds going number one doesn't get old
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
– Brad Paisley hits the number one spot on both the Billboard and Mediabase country airplay charts this week with the second single from "This is Country Music," Old Alabama.
This marks the second week at number one on Billboard's country airplay chart and Paisley's 19th career chart topper. The song features help from the band Alabama
The CD is a 15-track collection, with 12 co-written by Paisley, and produced by Frank Rogers. His first studio album since "American Saturday Nigh"t (July of 2009) includes guest performances by Carrie Underwood, Don Henley, Blake Shelton, Marty Stuart, Sheryl Crow, and Carl Jackson and Clint Eastwood.
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