Brad Paisley Records Songs for New Disney Film “Planes: Fire & Rescue”

photo by Jim Shea/Schmidt Relations

You know Brad Paisley has a passion for animation, right? In fact, he’s been responsible for the great video pieces that open and string together his live shows for years! He also supplied a few songs for the Pixar features Cars and Cars 2.

Well, Brad is once again working with his pals at Disney, and this time it’s a little more personal. He is performing two songs for the upcoming big-screen feature Planes: Fire & Rescue, including “All In,” which he wrote after hearing the story.

The film centers on Dusty—an air race plane who, after his engine becomes damaged, is redirected to the world of aerial firefighting. The story holds special meaning to Brad since his father, Doug, is a firefighter.

The all-star lineup of voices includes Dane Cook, Ed Harris, Julie Bowen, Hal Holbrook, Brad Garrett, Terri Hatcher, Stacy Keach, Cedric the Entertainer, Barry Corbin, Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller. And lest we forget, Brad himself is supplying the voice for a pickup truck in a place called Honkers Sports Bar.

Planes: Fire and Rescue opens July 18.

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