Brad Paisley to Write Music for Wife’s TV Movie

Movie is tentatively set to film in Nashville.

Brad Paisley is no stranger to providing music for film, having recorded songs for the animated movies Cars and Cars 2, and now the singer/songwriter is set to begin working on music for a TNT movie that his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, is working on. Though Brad wouldn't divulge a title, he says the movie is tentatively set to film in Nashville.

“[Kimberly] is working on a show for TNT that will be really cool if it comes to pass, which it's looking really good so far so we'll see. All I'm doing in that is music," Brad told reporters after a recent No. 1 party in Nashville.

Brad says he welcomes the chance to score the film. "With music, you can make it feel right, you can make it feel like this town [Nashville]. As opposed to some [Los Angeles] producer saying, ‘Make it sound like Nashville.’ Well it never does, we all know that. If you’ve seen the end of 127 Hours [a biographical adventure film released in 2010], there's this montage where there's no talking, it's all music. Play that on mute sometime,” says Brad. “What would be fun for me is having some hand in the music of a show like that where you create a mood that's not there without the music.”

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