It seems like everyone from [lastfm]Alison Krauss [/lastfm]to [lastfm]Alan Jackson [/lastfm]have played with [lastfm]Brad Paisley[/lastfm] on a duet. Even his hosting partner [lastfm]Carrie Underwood [/lastfm]has recorded a duet with the ever-loveable prankster! It’s clear Brad plays well with others, and we have the proof!
To prime you for Brad’s November 3rd streaming concert on Live on Letterman, we’re taking a look at some of Brad’s best duets.
“Start A Band” by [lastfm]Brad Paisley [/lastfm]with [lastfm]Keith Urban[/lastfm]
Brad wrote in the liner notes on the album “”People have been asking for years when Keith and I would do something like this. I am so honored to get to finally pick and sing with one of my favorite players in the world. I am so humbled by his talent.” With two serious guitar players/singers, it’s one of our favorite power duets!Vodpod videos no longer available.
“Whiskey Lullaby” by [lastfm]Brad Paisley [/lastfm]with [lastfm]Alison Krauss[/lastfm]
“Whiskey Lullaby” is the other end of the spectrum from “Start A Band.” Brad’s serious and smooth vocals match the haunting and beautiful vocals of Alison Krauss perfectly. It’s one of the saddest country songs there is, and they do it beautifully together.Vodpod videos no longer available.
“When I Get Where I’m Going” by [lastfm]Brad Paisley [/lastfm]with[lastfm] Dolly Parton[/lastfm]
This may be the best duet Brad has ever done! Everyone loves Dolly, right? But Brad’s deep voice in contrast to Dolly gives us instant chills! Plus, this is such a great video, showing Michael Reagan, holding a picture of his dad Ronald Reagan, and Teresa Earnhardt, sitting in front of a portrait of her late-husband, NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt. Dolly’s holding a picture of a her grandfather, Rev. Jake Owens, and [lastfm]John Carter Cash [/lastfm]is holding a picture of his parents, [lastfm]Johnny Cash[/lastfm] and [lastfm]June Carter Cash[/lastfm]. Take a look.Vodpod videos no longer available.
Don’t forget to tune in right here at 8PM ET/ 5 PM PT on Novemeber 3rd to watch Brad perform a free streaming concert for our series Live on Letterman.