West Virginia's country singer and guitarist Brad Paisley was helped by
Chris DuBois and Kelley Lovelace to compose the traditional stew of
honky tonk, western swing and country-pop that succeeded on
Who Needs Pictures (1999), featuring the hummable Long Sermon
and especially the instrumental The Nervous Breakdown.
A deranged instrumental, Munster Rag, was again the highlight of
Part II (2001), while his singles climbed the Nashville charts.
Celebrity off Mud on the Tires (2003), turned him into a star.
Time Warp is the guitar piece that makes it worth to go through the
pop molasses of Time Well Wasted (2005).
He leaves Throttleneck for the end of Fifth Gear (2007),
which makes it hard to survive the endless imitations of 1960s honky-tonk
and his "witty" lyrics.
The mostly instrumental Play (2008) contains a duet with
B.B. King (Let the Good Times Roll) and several of his most vibrant
(Cliffs of Rock City and Huckleberry Jam).
American Saturday Night (2009), co-written with the likes of
Chris DuBois, Ashley Gorley and Tim Owens,
the catchy Then and Oh Yeah You're Gone,
the anthemic Welcome to the Future and the usual set of guitar vanity shows
(American Saturday Night, Catch all the Fish).
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