Here's another one from the "things I found in my inbox this morning" files. It's a video of country shredder Brad Paisley rehearsing and performing — three times — Van Halen's "Hot for Teacher" with a 6-year-old drummer on Good Morning America earlier this year.
Take an in-depth look at the songs and solos of country guitarist extraordinaire — and Guitar World cover star — Brad Paisley with a new book/CD pack, Brad Paisley a Step-By-Step Breakdown of the Guitar Styles and Techniques of a Country-Rock Superstar.
The inspiration for the title of Brad Paisley’s latest album, Wheelhouse, came from the phrase “in your wheelhouse,” which is a reference to the baseball term for the strike zone’s sweet spot, where a batter can comfortably hit a ball with maximum power and precision.
Country shredder Brad Paisley has confirmed the track listing for Wheelhouse, his eighth studio album, which will be released via Arista Nashville on April 9. The album, which is produced by Paisley, features 14 songs and three interstitials (a common Paisley-ism). All guest collaborations of note are listed below.
This week on Jimmy Kimmel Live, country music guitar ace Brad Paisley debuted a new song, "Southern Comfort Zone." The track actually appeared on iTunes late in 2012 without any context — no mention of a new album, etc. Paisley cleared up the mystery last night, announcing that the song is from his upcoming album, which will be called Wheelhouse.
It’s no secret that Nashville is home to more incredible guitarists than any other place on earth. Here’s a list of five country pickers with enough chops and dizzying technique to make even Yngwie Malmsteen envious.