Brad Paisley's comedic chops are on fire in his recent spoof song for 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' No, it's not about Honey Boo Boo this time, it's about 'Tuesday Night Football' -- or, rather, the lack thereof.
Brad Paisley is planning to release a film based on his new 'Wheelhouse' single 'I Can't Change the World.' He is aiming for the project, which is fictional but based on true stories, to screen in theaters, as well.
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are back! The big announcement was made Monday night (Aug. 12) during the pre-taped CMA Music Festival broadcast on ABC. The pair will return to host the 2013 CMA Awards in Nashville this November. It's their sixth time co-hosting the ceremony.
'I Can't Change the World' is Brad Paisley's anthemic ballad from his 'Wheelhouse' album. As a vocalist, he rarely soars like he does on this sonically complex, but lyrically simple love song. His performance as a singer and guitarist actually overshadows the strength of the song.
Brad Paisley followed up his recent funny stint on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' -- where he and the host teamed up for the parody protest song 'Balls in Your Mouth' -- with a serious turn on 'America's Got Talent.' The singer and guitarist performed his ballad 'I Can't Change the World' on the summer's hottest reality talent show, and it was a moving, poignant delivery.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is featured on the cover of Rolling Stone this week. It's a picture and statement that has upset millions of Americans and caused two convenience store chains to ban the issue. Country stars like Brad Paisley are also upset. John Rich spent the better part of two hours tweeting his disgust.
On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!,' the late night TV host makes celebrities read mean tweets that regular people have sent out into the Twitterverse about them. This particular batch of nasty, 140-characters-or-less transmissions included country music's own Brad Paisley and Kid Rock.
Fans who have already picked up Brad Paisley's new album 'Wheelhouse' may have gotten a little bit more than they bargained for. The country superstar has departed from his winning formula fairly dramatically, courting controversy with a couple of tracks on the new album, 'Accidental Racist' and 'Those Crazy Christians.'
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