Here on my Brad Paisley songs page you'll find a collection of demo covers and full lesson tutorials available for purchase along with several free chord sheets in pdf. format. Help yourself to the free chord sheets where available.
This single hails from the 2005 album "Time Well Wasted" and peaked at #4 on the country charts. The music video featured Little Little Jimmy Dickens putting a lampshade on his head.
Brad Paisley co-wrote this song with Frank Rogers and it became his 3rd #1 hit way back in 2002 from his "Part II" album. Rogers and Paisley had written the song while both were students attending Belmont University in Nashville, well before Brad became a country star. The song made the students laugh and as we know, later a hit song.
Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and George Strait had all shown some interest in recording the song but Paisley decided to keep if for his second album. Good choice Brad.
Paisley appeared on this Sara Evans Christmas song from 2009 in which she was promoting a Christmas Tour at the time. The song was only available as a digital download to my knowledge and not released as a single.
This song had three writers involved including Brad Paisley, Chris Dubois and John Lovelace, who wrote several hits for Paisley. This one is from the 2007 album "5th Gear" and hit #1 on the country charts. The video for this one also won Video Of The Year and featured some big names including Jason Alexander (George from Seinfeld) who also directed the video.
This was the first single from the 2007 album "5th Gear" and reached #1 on the country chart and was co-written by Paisley and John Lovelace.
This song hails from Paisley's debut album "Who Needs Pictures" and was co-written with one of his long time writers Chris Dubois. The song reached the top of the country charts in 2000 as the 4th and final single from that album.
Whispering Bill Anderson and Jon Randall wrote this one and it was a track on the 2004 album "Mud On The Tires" by Brad Paisley and featured Alison Krauss. Paisley released the song as a single and it reached #3 on the country charts.
This just missed reaching the top of the country charts back in 2001 by peaking that #2.
Darrell Scott wrote this song and I have that version here on the site. Brad Paisley covered it in 2010 and the song appeared on the series "Justified". Montgomery Gentry, Kathy Mattea and others have versions of the song out there.
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