BRAD PAISLEY RELEASES WHEELHOUSE APRIL 9 Covers Country Weekly and Guitar World Appearances on 48th Annual ACM Awards Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Dancing With The Stars, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Good Morning America NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 4, 2013) Country superstar Brad Paisley is in high gear as his 8th studio album, Wheelhouse, will hit stores on Tuesday, April 9. He is featured on the cover of the current issue of Country Weekly exploring how he handled the pressure of self-producing for the first time and his thought process on creating Wheelhouse. The story also covers his love of cars and racing, his involvement with the “Live Beyond” Haiti charity and much more. Brad is the first country artist to be featured on the cover of Guitar World magazine and the May issue is on stands now. The article delves into the nuts and bolts of the making of Wheelhouse, and guitar geeks will appreciate the details of how Brad achieved the different sounds on the record. From G-bender and B-bender to Trainwreck Liverpool and Catalinbread Montavillian Echo – there’s something for guitar aficionados. Upcoming television appearances include Sunday, April 7 on CBS’ the 48th Annual ACM Awards; Tuesday, April 9, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and ABC’s Dancing With The Stars; Wednesday, April 10, NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Friday, April 12, on ABC’s Good Morning America. Brad’s new single, “Beat This Summer,” is currently available instantly when you pre-order the Wheelhouse album here: http://smarturl.it/wheelhouse. After only five weeks, the song is already #16 on the Billboard and Country Aircheck national airplay charts. “Beat This Summer,” co-written by Paisley, Chris DuBois and Luke Laird, is the second single from the soon-to-be-released Wheelhouse album. The lead single, “Southern Comfort Zone,” recently became the entertainer’s 21st #1 hit.
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