Brad Paisley Drops Upcoming 'Play' on Election Day

August 12, 2008 09:54:00 GMT

Brad Paisley has decided to release his upcoming album 'Play' on the same day as U.S. election day on November 4.


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Singer Brad Paisley is rushing to release his brand new album "Play". His upcoming album will carry eleven instrumental tracks and four songs that feature vocals.

The singer will sign Keith Urban in a single entitled "Start a Band". Beside Keith, Brad will also collaborate with B.B. King in single called "Let the Good Tomes Roll".

Meanwhile, for song-writing credit, he will work with a song writer named Steve Wariner in single "More Than Just This Song". The single is said to honor their old guitars.

On other track, Brad also shows his high gratitude to his mentor, an American singer Buck Owen by adding his vocals and guitars to "Come On In". Owens is reported to help him write and record the song, but the track remains unfinished.

In addition, a jazzy single named as "Les Is More" is recorded as a salute to a great jazz musician Les Paul and energetic Huckleberry Jam for their musical talent. Brad also continues his tradition by putting a gospel classic in his every album and for this album, he records "What a Friend We Have in Jesus".

Brad who is currently on the road for his Paisley Party Tour with Jewel Kilcher, is jamming with James Burton, Vince Gill, John Jorgensen, Albert Lee, Brent Mason, Redd Volkaert and Wariner in song called "Cluster Pluck". He plans to release the album on November 4, the same day as U.S. election day.

© AceShowbiz.com




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