Mike Ryan stopped by the show a couple months ago, but this topic did not come up. Too bad, would've like to talk about it. His latest project, Bad Reputation, was recorded in Country superstar, Brad Paisley's home studio.
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood went there. In what might be remembered as their edgiest monologue in their seven years hosting the CMA Awards, the co-hosts took on politics, epidemics and … Taylor Swift’s turn to pop music.
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley appeared on 'The View' on ABC Monday morning (Oct. 27) to talk about the 2014 CMA Awards, but it didn't take long for focus to turn to Underwood's baby bump. The 'Something in the Water' hitmaker dished on her due date, what she fears about motherhood and -- at the end -- her upcoming greatest hits album.
Brad Paisley returns to the water for his dramatic new 'Perfect Storm' video. While the entire clip won't be available until Tuesday (Oct. 7), the star has shared this intriguing preview with Taste of Country readers first.
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will return as hosts of the CMA Awards on November 5, and while the 'Perfect Storm' singer says the cupboard is bare in terms to things to joke about, his co-host's pregnancy "will definitely be addressed."
Brad Paisley is revealing songs from his upcoming album 'Moonshine in the Trunk' in a number of fun ways, including enlisting some pretty famous friends to help. The singer called on Ellen DeGeneres to reveal the 'Shattered Glass' lyric video.
Brad Paisley is working on the video for his new song 'Crushin' It,' and he's hoping fans will help. Join stars like Ludacris, Josh Groban and Kesha with an Instagram video showing how you like to "crush it."
The male judges of 'Rising Star,' Brad Paisley and Ludacris, seem like polar opposites. But as the saying goes, "opposites attract." The country singer dishes on his growing bromance with the rapper, admitting their friendship was instantaneous.
A woman claims she was kicked out of a recent Brad Paisley concert in San Diego for breastfeeding. Police disagreed strongly, and Paisley -- who talked about the incident on radio this week -- says he does, too.
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