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Country music continues to enjoy more and more success in the United States, and Brad Paisley is one of the genres most recognizable artists.
Although his fans know him as a performer, many may not realize that Brad actually got his start in country music as a songwriter. After graduating college, Brad began working with EMI Record, writing songs to be recorded by other artists. The first of these songs written by Brad to enjoy chart success was “Another You,” which was performed by David Kersh.
Not content to remain behind the scenes, Brad began putting together a live act that would feature his own original material. To do this, Brad left EMI and instead joined up with Arista, which is well known for its stable of top-flight musicians. All of this led to the release of his debut album in 1999, which was called “Who Needs Pictures.” The album was an instant success, and it spawned a number of hit singles, including the Brad Paisley classic “He Didn’t Have to Be.” In addition to this single, the album also contained a fan-favorite called “We Danced,” which also enjoyed a high degree of success on the charts.
Since then, it’s been off to the races for Brad Paisley. In 2001, he was recognized for his achievements in country music, when the Grand Old Opry inducted him into its Hall of Fame. He wasn’t just recognized by the country community, though. In fact, the Recording Academy nominated him for a Best New Artist Grammy in 2001, as well. Although he didn’t win on that particular occasion, this recognition from the general recording community has continued, and his albums and singles have continued to garner numerous Grammy nominations.
Despite all of his professional and critical success, Brad has remained an ardent family man. He’s been together with his wife, Kimberly Williams, since 2001, and they are currently raising two sons.