Alabama Joins Brad Paisley on New Single


Brad Paisley enlisted country's biggest voices for his upcoming album "This Is Country Music," and the men of country group Alabama lend their voices to his new single "Old Alabama."
The CMA Entertainer of the Year announced the new single at a recent Country Radio Seminar party.
Paisley invited Alabama to accompany him on stage to perform "Old Alabama," which samples the legendary group's 1982 No. 1 song, "Mountain Music."
Blake Shelton, Paisley's H20 II World Tour opening act, will also be featured on a "This Is Country Music" cut.
"I'm very excited to finally bring Blake out on the road," Paisley said. "Blake and I just cut a duet on the album. If we want, we can perform that and that will be a new experience."
Paisley also duets with his CMA Awards co-host, Carrie Underwood, on "Remind Me."
The song is "about a husband and wife who are trying to rekindle their romance after years of being together," said Paisley and Underwood.
The Eagles' Don Henley, Sheryl Crow, Marty Stuart and Carl Jackson have also been confirmed to appear on "This is Country Music."
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Source: The Boot