If you’re going to make a country and western song, who better to have help, than the coolest cowboy in Hollywood. Brad Paisley got Clint Eastwood to agree to sing, or should I say whistle, on a song for his new album “This is Country Music,” due out May 24th.
Paisley became friends with Eastwood’s wife Dina and sent her an e-mail, asking if Clint could whistle. She sent a message back saying he’d love to do it. Paisley’s two boys, Huck and Jasper can be heard talking during the instrumental part of the tune.
If Clint Eastwood, Brad Paisley and his family aren’t enough to get you to go out and buy “This is Country Music,” don’t forget about his new single “Old Alabama” with Alabama. Still not enough star power for you? He’s also colloborated with Marty Stuart and Sheryl Crow on two different tunes. And there’s duets with Carrie Underwood and Blake Shelton.
I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to hear this new CD. I love the current hit “Old Alabama.” It’s nice to hear Alabama on the radio again. And I have to tip my hat to anyone who can whistle since I’ve never been able to. Mark your calendar for May 24th if you want to pick up Brad Paisley’s “This Is Country Music” the day it hits store shelves.
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