• BRAD PAISLEY ANNOUNCES “SON OF THE MOUNTAINS WORLD TOUR 2024.”

    Global country music superstar Brad Paisley will head overseas for the tenth time to tour Europe in early 2024. As one of country music’s most talented and decorated male solo artist’s the Son Of The Mountains World Tour 2024 also includes five Country To Country concerts. Tickets available for all dates at bradpaisley.com. Special guests on the Brad only dates to be announced at a later time.

    Since the beginning of his career, Brad has performed in concert for more than 8 million fans across the globe. He’s headlined 17 tours in the US and is embarking on his tenth tour in Europe in 2024.

    Fans and media critics of the ‘king of country music’ have applauded his live shows:

    Paisley “captivated a packed crowd as a guitar hero, humorist, country boundary-expander, and all around musical multi-threat.” Hollywood Reporter

    “Paisley is a magnetic showman, warm and funny and a little goofy. His solos are lightning-fast and jittery, but there’s something undeniably country about them.” Florida Times Union

    “Telecaster master…Paisley dive-bombed into a quick-as-lightning, bouncy solo displaying the talented guitarist’s momentum, flair, and incredible control of the instrument.” “Unbelievable sonic energy in his guitar solos.” Santa Barbera Independent

    “Paisley always outperforms and over-delivers with an evening of full-on entertainment. The combination of great music, American patriotism, songs of love and heartache, and just plain fun was the perfect recipe to a great Friday night concert.” Cleverock.com

    “Paisley kept the crowd amped up, singing and screaming.” Seattle Times

    “No one works a Houston Rodeo crowd like he does…His performance should be required viewing for Rodeo newbies.” Houston Chronicle

     

    Son Of The Mountains World Tour 2024

    Feb 27             Reykjavik, Iceland                  Harpa Eldborg Hall

    Feb 29             Zurich, Switzerland                The Hall

    Mar 2             Rotterdam, Netherlands*        Rotterdam AHOY

    Mar 3             Berlin, Germany*                   Verti Music Hall

    Mar 5             Stockholm, Sweden                Hovet

    Mar 6              Oslo, Norway                          Spektrum

    Mar 8             Glasgow, Scotland*                The SSE Hydro

    Mar 9             London, England*                  The O2

    Mar 10            Belfast, Northern Ireland*      SSE Arena

    * = Country To Country Dates 

    The tour is aptly named after Brad’s upcoming album Son Of The Mountains anticipated for release around the time of the tour’s launch. Last month, Brad released Son Of The Mountains: This First Four Tracks which includes the previously released songs “Same Here” featuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and “So Many Summers” plus the newly released title track “Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will.”  Brad recently spoke with Variety about the new music.

    About BRAD PAISLEY:

    Brad Paisley has earned his place in country music history as one of the genre’s most talented and decorated male solo artists. For more than 20 years, his songwriting and unmatched showmanship have won him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 14 Country Music Association Awards including a highly coveted Entertainer of the Year honor and recognition as the most successful CMA Award co-host in history, alongside Carrie Underwood, for 11 consecutive years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley has written 21 of his 25 No. 1 hits, and in 2008 became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. The superstar’s past works have amassed nearly 5 billion career streams.

    Paisley’s additional endeavors include his new “American Highway” Bourbon, his collaborations with Peyton Manning on the national Nationwide insurance ad campaigns, and his partnership with Boot Barn® to develop “Moonshine Spirit by Brad Paisley,” an exclusive line of jeans, hats, T-shirts, jewelry, belts and woven shirts. bradpaisley.com

  • BRAD PAISLEY RELEASES SON OF THE MOUNTAINS: THE FIRST FOUR TRACKS.

    Global country music superstar Brad Paisley is releasing the first four songs off his upcoming album Son Of The Mountains together today for the first time with Son Of The Mountains: The First Four Tracks. Brad wants listeners to experience these four songs in this specific sequencing to help paint the journey involved in writing the music for this record. An album whom Brad says, “doesn’t shy away from reflecting real life and real situations going on in America and in our world today. This is what I think country music is about, which is truth.”

    LISTEN TO SON OF THE MOUNTAINS: THE FIRST FOUR TRACKS | HERE 

    Son Of The Mountains: The First Four Tracks is available now and includes the previously released tracks “Same Here” featuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and “So Many Summers” plus the newly released title track “Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will.” The full studio album is anticipated for release in early 2024.

    Brad spoke with Variety about the new music in a compelling new interview.

    Brad premiered the two new music videos in a live stream event on Friday (September 29th) in partnership with YouTube and journalist Chris Willman of Variety.

    Each of the new songs released, “Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will,” are representations of the Appalachian region including Brad’s home state of West Virginia, reflections of the beautiful and the painful. Brad has created poignant videos, directed by Jim Shea and edited by Brad himself, to encapsulate the sentiment of each song. “Son Of The Mountains” recording and video both feature Dan Tyminski and Jerry Douglas and include beautiful and colorful scenery of the state. “The Medicine Will” focuses on the opioid epidemic and was shot in black and white and in the depths of a coal mine featuring real life-stories of addicts, survivors and first responders.

     

    As a proud West Virginian who was able to make a life for himself outside of the issues facing the people of his home state, Brad is continually returning to use his platform to bring awareness not only to the opioid crisis, but also to the hope that these people have.

    Brad recently returned to West Virginia to participate in the grand re-opening and dedication of Herbert Hoover High School in Elkview after the historic flood of 2016 that destroyed the school. Brad toured the school, participated in the dedication ribbon cutting ceremony, attended the football scrimmage (against his alma mater John Marshall High School) and performed after the game in the stadium’s end zone. Nightline exclusively covered his visit, watch the story here.

    About BRAD PAISLEY:
    Brad Paisley has earned his place in country music history as one of the genre’s most talented and decorated male solo artists. For more than 20 years, his songwriting and unmatched showmanship have won him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 14 Country Music Association Awards including a highly coveted Entertainer of the Year honor and recognition as the most successful CMA Award co-host in history, alongside Carrie Underwood, for 11 consecutive years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley has written 21 of his 25 No. 1 hits, and in 2008 became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. The superstar’s past works have amassed nearly 5 billion career streams.

     

     

    Audio / Brad Paisley talks about reaching people through music, especially with his new song, "The Medicine Will."

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    Brad Paisley (message through music) OC: …this time. :57
    “Senator Manchin actually went to that (coal mine) with me and he was showing me his Grandpa, they were three-foot ceilings when they did it, and they had to crawl in and use a hammer to go through. So, yeah, when they were like, ‘Hey, we’ll tell ‘em it’s not addictive. These folks will eat it up like candy.’ That also came into focus on this record, it’s like okay, and that’s kind of what sent me down the path of let’s say something. If music can do that, because I do think it’s one thing to see a news story, but it’s another thing to put a melody to it, and then maybe that’s how you reach all that. Even the fun things on here have some darkness to them. I made a joke the other day, I used to write songs, you think about Jason Alexander and the ‘Celebrity’ video, or he directed the ‘Online’ video, you know. The funny side of me was more sitcoms on the other albums. This album, it’s Fargo. (laughs) It’s dark humor this time.”

  • BRAD PAISLEY SET TO PREMIERE TWO NEW SONGS, ALONG WITH POIGNANT VIDEOS, ON FRIDAY.

    Brad Paisley is set to release two new songs — “Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will” — on Friday (September 29th), and he will premiere the music videos for those songs ahead of the launch with an exclusive YouTube Live stream event set for Noon CT.

    Brad, who is from West Virginia, wanted to tell the stories of these people who are in dire straits, but telling them without judgment on the side of the people. He wrote “Son Of The Mountains” first, and it in turn laid the groundwork for the rest of the songs he’s been working on for the last several months.

    “The first song I wrote for this record was ‘Son of the Mountains,’ which was – kind of started out as a fun thing, but then I – you know – I say some things in that. It goes by you, but I say some stuff. This song is really about freedom, and my home state’s motto is ‘Montani semper liberi’ I think that’s how you say it. It’s Latin; I don’t know, but it means ‘Mountaineers are always free,’ and so freedom at all costs is the type of thing, and that’s kind of the point of that song, especially,” says Brad. “My cowriter on it is Lee Miller, and his great uncle – like when we were writing this song, we had this first verse that was a whole different verse than what it ended up being. He’s from Kentucky. I’m from West Virginia, obviously, and I said what would be the thing that says it’s like a – I don’t – we don’t listen. When they make rules, we don’t agree with, we don’t do it. (laughs) That’s kind of the West Virginia thing. And he said, ‘Well, I have an uncle that went to prison running moonshine,’ and I said, ‘Why in the hell didn’t you say that in the first place? That’s the coolest.’ He’s like ‘Well my family doesn’t talk about it. We’re not really proud of it.’ That would be bio line one for me if I had that in my family. So, it’s a true story. His uncle was hauling jugs across state lines into Tennessee and spent years in the federal prison, so that’s that song. And it’s like yeah try and – you know Prohibition didn’t work in that area of the world. We didn’t listen to it, you know. It was disorganized crime there. In Chicago, it was organized crime, and West Virginia was disorganized, but it was just moonshine stills.”

    “The Medicine Will” is a song he wrote about the devastating opioid crisis that has affected that part of the country, where coal mining and timbering were about the only jobs available, but with that came injuries and severe pain. The residents of these towns were prescribed opioids to relieve the pain, but it created an epidemic of major proportions of addiction and in many cases, death. There are a few different statistics from different towns receiving MILLIONS of pills. In Kermit, West Virginia, 12 Million pills were delivered to the town of less than 280 people and 30 Million pills were delivered to just three pharmacies in Mingo County, one of the poorest counties in America.

    “I spent a couple of days in West Virginia interviewing survivors and first responders and people that have been working on this, and I’ve never seen anything like it,” says Brad. “I mean, I come from a town that’s changed since I left it. From ideal to – there’s this underbelly of things that are scary that weren’t there. And that is really near and dear to my heart this cause of holding the companies responsible that targeted that area, and they did. They targeted them. They knew that these people that power our country digging coal are – they need pain killers to do what they do.”

    Brad, along with his band and musicians Dan Tyminski and Jerry Douglas, filmed “The Medicine Will” music video in a coal mine in Bluefield, West Virginia. Brad says, “I’ve never felt anything like what was like – you know with like ‘bout a six foot ceiling and coal everywhere and just like dug out.”

    Watch the livestream with Brad and journalist Chris Willman at noon right HERE.

     

    Audio / Brad Paisley talks about writing "Son Of The Mountains."

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    Brad Paisley (Son Of The Mountains) OC: …moonshine stills. 1:26
    “The first song I wrote for this record was ‘Son of the Mountains,’ which was – kind of started out as a fun thing, but then I – you know – I say some things in that. It goes by you, but I say some stuff. This song is really about freedom, and my home state’s motto is ‘Montani semper liberi’ I think that’s how you say it. It’s Latin; I don’t know, but it means ‘Mountaineers are always free,’ and so freedom at all costs is the type of thing, and that’s kind of the point of that song, especially. My cowriter on it is Lee Miller, and his great uncle – like when we were writing this song, we had this first verse that was a whole different verse than what it ended up being. He’s from Kentucky. I’m from West Virginia, obviously, and I said what would be the thing that says it’s like a – I don’t – we don’t listen. When they make rules, we don’t agree with, we don’t do it. (laughs) That’s kind of the West Virginia thing. And he said, ‘Well, I have an uncle that went to prison running moonshine,’ and I said, ‘Why in the hell didn’t you say that in the first place? That’s the coolest.’ He’s like ‘Well my family doesn’t talk about it. We’re not really proud of it.’ That would be bio line one for me if I had that in my family. So, it’s a true story. His uncle was hauling jugs across state lines into Tennessee and spent years in the federal prison, so that’s that song. And it’s like yeah try and – you know Prohibition didn’t work in that area of the world. We didn’t listen to it, you know. It was disorganized crime there. In Chicago, it was organized crime, and West Virginia was disorganized, but it was just moonshine stills.”

    Audio / Brad Paisley talks about "The Medicine Will."

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    Brad Paisley (The Medicine Will) 1 OC: …they do. :53
    “The second written for the record was ‘The Medicine Will,’ and I spent a couple of days in West Virginia interviewing survivors and first responders and people that have been working on this, and I’ve never seen anything like it. I mean, I come from a town that’s changed since I left it. From ideal to – there’s this underbelly of things that are scary that weren’t there. And that is really near and dear to my heart this cause of holding the companies responsible that targeted that area, and they did. They targeted them. They knew that these people that power our country digging coal are – they need pain killers to do what they do.”

    Audio / Brad Paisley filmed the video for "The Medicine Will" in a coal mine in West Virginia.

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    Brad Paisley (The Medicine Will video) OC: …like dug out. :23
    “We filmed the performance part of the ‘Medicine Will’ video in a coal mine. Me and Dan Tyminski and Jerry Douglas and my band went all down into a mine near Bluefield and sang this. I’ve never felt anything like what was like – you know with like ‘bout a six foot ceiling and coal everywhere and just like dug out.”

  • BRAD PAISLEY TO PREMIERE POIGNANT NEW VIDEOS AHEAD OF NEW MUSIC RELEASE.

    Country music global superstar Brad Paisley is set to release new music later this week and will premiere the music videos ahead of the launch with an exclusive YouTube Live stream event set for Friday, September 29th at 12 Noon CT.

     

     

     

    WHO:                               LIVE STREAM EVENT-Brad Paisley and Journalist Chris Willman, Variety

    WHAT:                             Exclusive YouTube live streaming event; debuting music videos for “Son Of The Mountains” and “The Medicine Will”

     WHEN:                             Friday, September 29th 12 NOON Central

     WHERE:                          WATCH LIVE STREAM HERE

     

     

     

    About BRAD PAISLEY:
    Brad Paisley has earned his place in country music history as one of the genre’s most talented and decorated male solo artists. For more than 20 years, his songwriting and unmatched showmanship have won him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 14 Country Music Association Awards including a highly coveted Entertainer of the Year honor and recognition as the most successful CMA Award co-host in history, alongside Carrie Underwood, for 11 consecutive years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley has written 21 of his 25 No. 1 hits, and in 2008 became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. The superstar’s past works have amassed nearly 5 billion career streams.

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  • BRAD PAISLEY ATTENDS RE-OPENING DEDICATION EVENTS FOR HERBERT HOOVER HIGH SCHOOL IN WEST VIRGINIA.

    Brad Paisley returned to his home state of West Virginia today to participate in the grand re-opening and dedication of Herbert Hoover High School in Elkview after the historic flood of 2016 that destroyed the school. Brad toured the school, participated in the dedication ribbon cutting ceremony, attended the football scrimmage (against his alma mater John Marshall High School) and performed after the game in the stadium’s end zone.

    “This is the nicest high school I have ever seen,” Brad shared at the ribbon cutting. “I can’t tell you how amazing it is to see something that devastating and that terrible turned into something so inspiring. I think an enormous gift has been given to the students of this school. High school can be a very difficult time in a student’s life because it’s filled with trivialities. You’re worried about how you’ll fit in, about what you are wearing, if you’re popular and doing well in classes. But what you’ve been given here is something much larger. It’s been a glimpse of the real world and the wonderful things that human beings can do for one another in the face of disaster. That should over shadow all the trivialities of high school for you. And never lose sight that good people came together to build this for you and your future.”

    In 2016, Brad toured the hard-hit area soon after the flood with West Virginia Senators Joe Manchin and Shelley Capito and Save The Children’s West Virginia Director. He created a Go-Fund-Me account that collected more than one million dollars with an initial donation of $100,000 from his Paisley Foundation to help the devastated area.

    As an advocate for West Virginia Brad has participated in numerous charitable efforts in the state over the last 20 years including annual scholarships to a music or arts student at his alma mater, contributions to The Easter Seals Foundation of Wheeling, purchasing books for area schools and other funding support for flood relief over the years and more. 
    The title of Brad’s forth coming album, “Son of The Mountains,” is an ode to his home state and the place that shaped him.

    About BRAD PAISLEY:
    Brad Paisley has earned his place in country music history as one of the genre’s most talented and decorated male solo artists. For more than 20 years, his songwriting and unmatched showmanship have won him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 14 Country Music Association Awards including a highly coveted Entertainer of the Year honor and recognition as the most successful CMA Award co-host in history, alongside Carrie Underwood, for 11 consecutive years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley has written 21 of his 25 No. 1 hits, and in 2008 became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. The superstar’s past works have amassed nearly 5 billion career streams.  
  • BRAD PAISLEY TO APPEAR ON “WHO’S TALKING TO CHRIS WALLACE” FRIDAY, JULY 28 ON MAX & CNN.

    Global country music superstar Brad Paisley will appear on “Who’s Talking To Chris Wallace” tomorrow Friday, July 28 on MAX at 6am ET and on CNN at 10pm ET.

    Brad taped the interview during his recent trip to New York City to perform as part of the Today Show’s Summer Concert series. Chris, a 50-year career correspondent, moderator, and anchor for CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox News and now CNN and MAX, is one of America’s most trusted TV news anchors. Chris has won three Emmy awards, a Peabody Award, a George Polk Award, the duPont-Columbia University Silver Baton Award and a Paul White lifetime achievement award.
    Brad and Chris discuss his career as an artist, songwriter, musician and TV host as well as his new music and his trip to Ukraine in April of this year. Brad brought a guitar to set and the pair talk about songwriting, how ideas for songs happen and the stories behind his upcoming album Son of The Mountains.
    About BRAD PAISLEY:
    Brad Paisley has earned his place in country music history as one of the genre’s most talented and decorated male solo artists. For more than 20 years, his songwriting and unmatched showmanship have won him numerous awards, including three GRAMMYs, two American Music Awards, 15 Academy of Country Music Awards, and 14 Country Music Association Awards including a highly coveted Entertainer of the Year honor and recognition as the most successful CMA Award co-host in history, alongside Carrie Underwood, for 11 consecutive years. A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 2001, Paisley has written 21 of his 25 No. 1 hits, and in 2008 became the first artist to achieve 10 consecutive Billboard Country Airplay No. 1 singles. The superstar’s past works have amassed nearly 5 billion career streams.
  • NEWS AND NOTES: Brad Paisley, Sam Hunt

    Brad Paisley is set to perform this Friday (July 14th) on the TODAY Show for their Citi Concert Series.

     

    Sam Hunt will perform September 1st as part of Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series in Central Park.

     

  • BRAD PAISLEY, KIMBERLY WILLIAMS-PAISLEY & ZANIES HOSTED SOLD-OUT BENEFIT SHOW FOR THE STORE.

    Global country music superstar Brad Paisley, actress and best-selling author Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Zanies hosted “Groceries with Dignity & Comedy Without” last night in Nashville in front of a sold-out crowd. The night featured improv with Groundlings Alumni, comedians Kevin Nealon and Nate Bargatze, a surprise appearance by actress Bonnie Hunt, and comedic music performances by Brad who also emceed the evening and joined the Groundlings for improv. More than $100,000 was raised for The Store from the 300 seat full capacity crowd and donations, which are still streaming in.

    Founded by Brad and Kimberly Williams-Paisley, The Store is a free-referral based grocery store which aims to empower low-income individuals and families in the Nashville area. The Store operates with the mission of allowing people to shop for their basic needs in a way that protects dignity and fosters hope. For more information visit www.thestore.org.

    Brad, who just released his song “So Many Summers,” also has additional endeavors including his “American Highway” Bourbon, his collaborations with Peyton Manning on the national Nationwide insurance ad campaigns, and his partnership with Boot Barn® to develop “Moonshine Spirit by Brad Paisley,” an exclusive line of jeans, hats, T-shirts, jewelry, belts, and woven shirts.

  • BRAD PAISLEY IS LOOKING FORWARD TO HEADLINING NASHVILLE’S FOURTH OF JULY EXTRAVAGANZA THIS YEAR.

    Brad Paisley is set to headline “Let Freedom Sing! Music City’s 4th of July” celebration. Brad, who is headlining the show for the second time (his last appearance was in 2021), will be joined on the bill by The War And Treaty, Ben Rector, Tiera Kennedy and singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim. The event is partnering with The Store, a free referral-based grocery store founded by Brad and his wife, Kimberly Williams Paisley. One dollar from the sale of each event T-shirt will benefit The Store.

    Brad, the only artist to headline Nashville’s Fourth of July show twice, says this year will be slightly different than in 2021 when the world seemed to open back up at the end of the global pandemic.

    “I don’t know if it’ll mean more than that first time, because that was the reopening, that was the like the ‘welcome back’ moment. So, that was a really ridiculous feeling to walk out there and see people as far as you can see on Broadway, and nobody had a mask on and for the first time everything felt like, wow, I’ve missed this so much,” says Brad. “This year it should be just as fun, but at the same time a little more business as usual for all of us, which is that street is packed EVERY night, as you know, and I just hope to not take away from the party they’re already having. (laughs) on Broadway. But it’s worth sitting through my show for the fireworks that they do. I think it was the most ever done. They were proud of the fact that they had four or five more rockets than New York or something or D.C. It was bigger than—I don’t know what redneck thing we’re trying to win here with the fireworks, but we won it.” (laughs)

    The event is partnering with The Store, a free referral-based grocery store founded by Brad and his wife, Kimberly Williams Paisley. One dollar from the sale of each event T-shirt will benefit The Store.

    Downtown Nashville will present one of the country’s largest July 4th fireworks show, which will be synchronized to live music from the Nashville Symphony.

    Brad just released his new song, “So Many Summers.”

     

    Audio / Brad Paisley talks about headlining Nashville's July 4th extravaganza for the second time.

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    Brad Paisley (Fourth of July 2023) OC: …we won it. (laughs) 1:01
    “I don’t know if it’ll mean more than that first time, because that was the reopening, that was the like the ‘welcome back’ moment. So, that was a really ridiculous feeling to walk out there and see people as far as you can see on Broadway, and nobody had a mask on and for the first time everything felt like, wow, I’ve missed this so much. You know, again, this year it should be just as fun, but at the same time a little more business as usual for all of us, which is that street is packed EVERY night, as you know, and I just hope to not take away from the party they’re already having. (laughs) on Broadway. But it’s worth sitting through my show for the fireworks that they do. I think it was the most ever done. They were proud of the fact that they had four or five more rockets than New York or something or D.C. It was bigger than—I don’t know what redneck thing we’re trying to win here with the fireworks, but we won it.” (laughs)