Brad Paisley Has More "Country Music"

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Brad Paisley’s has more reasons why he’s proud to be part of country music up his sleeve—or, more precisely, on his upcoming album. According to frequent co-writer Chris DuBois, who co-penned the title track and current hit, “This Is Country Music,” there are additional verses to Brad’s song.

“We started writing it in Nashville and actually wrote many verses to the song, verses that we didn’t use,” Chris says. “When you hear the album, you’ll hear little snippets of the verses we didn’t use threaded through the tracks of the album.”

Chris says it was a slight challenge to write while Brad was on the road touring, but they found a way to make the songwriting magic happen. One tune on the upcoming album, "Camouflage," was written by Brad, Chris and Kelley Lovelace—and the songwriting session was done entirely via video conferencing tool Skype.

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