Paisley unveils CD cover
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
– Brad Paisley debuted the cover art for his new album, "Moonshine in the Trunk," out Aug. 26, on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Show on Tuesday.
The cover is reddish in color with Paisley's name in italics across the middle. A whitish live goes across the entire width above Paisley's name. The title is in a rectangular box, which is light gold in color, below his name. A blueish-and white circular object is beneath the title.
Paisley enlisted Kimmel for a video clip to share the cover art with fans directly through social media, with Kimmel adding commentary as he drank moonshine straight from a mason jar.
Paisley's performances for the show included his current single, "River Bank," the first single from the new album, and the title track.
The singer was on the show along with ellow Rising Star cast mates Kesha, Ludacris, and Josh Groban to talk about the new singing competition, premiering this Sunday on ABC.
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