Paisley To Debut Video & Release Album

(L-R): Brad Paisley, Teddy Gentry, Rick Hendrick, owner Hendrick Motorsports; Randy Owen and Jeff Cook Photo: Ben Enos

 

Brad Paisley will attend the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race on May 21 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and world premiere his new video, “Old Alabama,” on multiple platforms, including SPEED, NASCAR.com and the world’s largest HD video board at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The video for “Old Alabama” features NASCAR legends Darrell Waltrip, Jeff Gordon and Rick Hendrick and Alabama. It was directed by Jim Shea and produced by Mark Kalbfeld, who also directed and produced Paisley’s award winning videos “Waitin’ On A Woman,” “Start A Band,” “When I Get Where I’m Going” and “Welcome To The Future.” The video was shot on country roads in Charlotte, NC, and several takes took place at Hendrick Motor Sports Complex in Concord, NC.

As previously announced, artist royalties from the digital single sales of “Old Alabama” are being donated for tornado relief via the American Red Cross.

His 9th studio album, This Is Country Music, will be released on Monday, May 23. Paisley’s 15-track collection, with 12 co-written by Paisley, is produced by Frank Rogers. His first studio album since American Saturday Night (July of 2009) includes guest performances by Carrie Underwood (the duet, “Remind Me”), Don Henley (“Love Her Like She’s Leavin’”), Blake Shelton (“Don’t Drink the Water”), Marty Stuart, Sheryl Crow and Carl Jackson (“Life’s Railway to Heaven”) and Clint Eastwood (the instrumental, “Eastwood”).

(L-R): Jim Shea, director and Brad Paisley Photo: Ben Enos

 

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