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Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley is a country music singer and songwriter from the US. He was born on October 28, 1972, as Bradley Douglas “Brad” Paisley in West Virginia. Brad’s grandfather gave a boy his first guitar and taught him to play it. At the age of 10, he first performed in the local church. 3 years later he wrote the song “Born on Christmas Day”, which was included on his album “Brad Paisley Christmas”. In 1999 he debuted with the album “Who Needs Pictures”. The singles “He Didn’t Have to Be” and “We Danced” became real hits. In 2000, according to Academy of Country Music, Brad was named The Best New Vocalist of the year. During his career, the singer released 10 albums, which were all certified gold by RIAA. He has sold almost 12 million albums worldwide and was awarded 3 Grammy Awards and 2 American Music Awards. He also became the member of Grand Ole Opry. In 2003, the singer released his second album “Mud on the Tires”, which became even more popular. It featured a duet with Alison Krauss, which later got several awards and became the 3rd on the Hot Country charts.