Paisley plays writer
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
– Brad Paisley published his first major book, "Diary of a Player," with Howard Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster, today.
The book was co-written with David Wild, a contributing editor to Rolling Stone.
Tune-in to see Paisley give personal insight on the writing of the book tonight on ABC's Nightline 11:30 p.m. Eastern, Thursday on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central 11 p.m. Eastern, Friday on Good Morning America on ABC 7 a.m. Eastern, CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight 9 p.m. Eastern and On the Record w/Greta on Fox News 10 p.m. Eastern. Hannity on Fox News airdate to be determined and all dates/times subject to change.
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