Brad Paisley Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Brad Paisley net worth is
$65 Million

Brad Paisley Wiki Biography

Brad Paisley is an acclaimed country singer. He is mostly known for such albums as “Who Need Picture”, “American Saturday Night”, “Brad Paisley Christmas and others”. During his career as a musician Brad has won many awards such as Academy of Country Music Awards, Grammy Awards, American Music Awards and many others. In addition to his career as a country singer, Brad has also appeared on television several times. If you think how rich is Brad Paisley it could be said that Brad’s net worth is $65 million. This big sum of money mainly came from his career as a musician and his albums’ success.

Brad Paisley Net Worth $65 Million

Brad Douglas Paisley also known as Brad Paisley was born in 1972, in West Virginia. From the very young age Brad was interested in music and when he was only 10 years old he performed in his local church. After 3 years Brad even wrote his own song and even formed the band, entitled “Brad Paisley and the C-Notes”. Step by step Brad’s talent was noticed by more and more people. He even opened for such musicians as George Jones, The Judds and Ricky Skaggs. From that time Brad Paisley’s net worth began to grow. When Brad finished university he became a part of EMI Music Publishing. In 1999 Brad signed up with the label, called Arista Nashville and released his first album, called “Who Needs Pictures”. Its success had a huge impact on the growth of Brad’s net worth. Soon Brad became famous and gained more and more fans. Later he released more albums which all were very successful and gained him even more acclaim.

Brad’s popularity was only growing so he was able to organize several tours: “Mud & Suds Tour”, “Time Well Wasted Tour”, “American Saturday Night Tour” and others. This added to Paisley’s net worth. In addition to this, Brad has also published his book, entitled “Diary of a Player: How My Musical Heroes Made a Guitar Man Out of Me”. It is an autobiographical book which talks about Brad’s way into the music industry. As it was mentioned before Paisley has also appeared on television. Some of the shows that he appeared in include “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”, “Nashville”, “Two and a Half Men” and others. What is more he is one of the judges on the show, called “Rising Star” where Brad works together with Ludacris, Kesha and Josh Groban. These appearances made Brad Paisley’s net worth grow.

Finally it could be said that Brad Paisley is one of the best country singers in the industry. During his career as a musician Brad has achieved acclaim and success all over the world. Many of his songs became hits ant it only proves how talented this man is. Let’s hope that Paisley will continue his career as a musician for a long long time and that he will gain even more. If this happens Brad Paisley’s net worth will as well become higher than it is now.

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Full Name Brad Paisley
Net Worth $65 Million
Date Of Birth October 28, 1972 (age 42
Place Of Birth Glen Dale, West Virginia, United States
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Weight 171 lbs
Profession Singer, Singer-songwriter, Guitarist, Musician, Artist, Actor, Film Score Composer, Voice Actor, Music artist
Education Belmont University, John Marshall High School, West Liberty University, Remind Me, Whiskey Lullaby, She’s Everything, London, UK, Dublin 2, Ireland
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Kimberly Williams-Paisley (m. 2003)
Children William Huckleberry Paisley, Jasper Warren Paisley
Parents Sandra Jean Jarvis, Douglas Edward Paisley, Remind Me, Whiskey Lullaby, She’s Everything, London, UK, Dublin 2, Ireland
Nicknames Brad Douglas Paisley , Brad Paisey
Awards Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Male Vocalist of the Year, Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Album of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Music Video of the Year, …
Nominations Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Country Album, Grammy Award for Best New Artist, Grammy Award for Best Country Song, Academy of Country Music Award for Single Record of the Year, Academy of Country Mu…
TV Shows Rising Star, The Voice, CMT Invitation Only, Inside Fame, London, UK, Dublin 2, Ireland
# Quote
1 My dad was president of the volunteer fire department, which was within walking distance to our house. I spent several days of each week there with him – any time the whistle blew, he went. It was truly inspiring to watch him lead that way.
2 It’s a very smart, progressive bunch, these people that make country music. They’re not country hicks sitting behind a desk with a big cigar giving out record deals and driving round in Cadillacs with cattle horns on the front grille: it’s a bunch of really wonderful, open-minded, great people down on Music Row that make this music.
3 I tended to lean towards the guys who both sang and played, such as Ricky Skaggs, Vince Gill, Steve Wariner… And at the other end of the spectrum, I had Eric Clapton in a rock and blues sense, jazz guys such as Tal Farlow and Les Paul… Then Chet Atkins-type stuff.
4 I try to write like the writers I admire – I rip them off in form. It comes from George Strait and Merle Haggard records, and country music in general is really good at that, the twisted phrase… So I’m always looking for that angle in my own work.
5 If you were to hold me to a standard of, ‘What are you doing, singing about a scratch-off ticket at your level of success?’ then my music’s gonna be ridiculous.
6 When I made ‘Who Needs Pictures,’ my first album, I had been west of the Mississippi River one time in my life, and that was in fourth grade. We traveled to California for vacation and stayed with some friends of my parents. It was culture shock, and it was different.
7 With my guys and with the way that we live out there, we work out a lot and try to eat right, but we try to basically keep it our own rhythm and our own world.
8 There may be people in my audience who may not agree with me on some particular issue – you know, say, as a gun owner, they may not agree with me, or, you know, someone may not agree with me on a gay marriage topic. Any of those things. But those shouldn’t be the reasons you listen to my music.
9 When you’re a creative person, there are just times when you’re not listening. You know, I could be looking right at you and thinking about something else.
10 No one dislikes LL Cool J. If you meet LL Cool J, you fall in love with LL Cool J. LL and I had mutual friends, and he and I had always talked about doing something. My fans know LL’s music. And I love him – we’re blood brothers at this point. We’ve been through the fire together. I know no finer person.
11 The nice thing about the world that I’ve been able to inhabit for the last couple of years is that I’m given a lot of freedom. Not all artists really get that.
12 I’m sure there are a few things in my CD collection that might surprise people. I like classical music, the blues, and I’m a big fan of alternative rock.
13 If you’re really on top, you probably didn’t do that great, ’cause you have to water it down a bit for it to get that mass appeal.
14 I go to eat dinner with my folks when I’m home. I think that’s the trick.
15 Even on the most serious ballads, I’ll throw in a tongue-in-cheek remark.
16 If you fall in love with somebody, then you’re not even worried about your bills. Love can take your mind off of anything.
17 Guitar playing isn’t really for everybody.
18 I imagine there’s a market for total depression. I grew up on George Jones and that really dark stuff.
19 I’ve heard my share of Van Halen. I never liked rock.
20 If there’s a song where there’s a possibility of guitar stuff that would be fun to listen to, go for it. Don’t worry about what anybody thinks.
21 I like to look at the songs like they’re little movies.
22 I’ve been on the road I think probably three years.
23 When I got married, I hired a great choir – the St. James Choir, an all-black gospel choir – to sing at my wedding.
24 I take his talent and his passion with me – to the stage of the Opry, to the podium at the CMA Awards, to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, into my own living room. I am the realization of my grandfather’s dream. I am a player.
25 I don’t have, you know, an ‘overcoming addiction’ story, other than the guitar itself, and I haven’t overcome that. I don’t have a jail time, you know, story, or any arrests.
26 I really worked to try and be creative enough on the guitar parts so those who aren’t real educated would know that there was some difficulty in doing it.
27 I jetset around and play these songs and get to hang with some pretty amazing people, then I go home to a really great farm, though actually it’s a disaster area of a farm at the moment. But it’s certainly a blast. I wouldn’t trade lives with anyone right now.
28 Date night is important, even if it’s going to Schlotzsky’s.
29 My father’s a firefighter. He was my whole life. And my brother-in-law and several family members are firefighters.
30 I’m a huge, huge fan of almost everything British. I love ‘The Office’ – I was a faithful follower of that show before the American version.
31 I love to play. When I’m off, I feel a little lost – like, shouldn’t I be on stage somewhere?
32 I’ve always known from the time I was eight years old what I wanted to do. I would have been fairly content to be someone’s lead guitar player.
33 Anytime you do something from the heart, people just know it.
34 You look out there and there’s people that, their day is changed because of your contribution to it.
35 I don’t stare at a sheet of paper and try to think of a good word to use. I try to see where the story should go.
36 Alison Krauss is definitely my favorite singer that’s ever lived. I’ve never heard anyone like her.
37 It comes down to building your own world out here on the road. It’s who you surround yourself with. My band and crew are really positive guys.
38 I have a to-do list and I have a farm I care for, and things I like to do for fun – going to movies and all that stuff. It’s a painfully normal life!
39 In the past, I tried to be more of a typical session guitarist. I wasn’t so concerned with impressing anybody.
40 I’m aware of the fact that a lot of talented people out there will never get this chance.
41 I changed my mindset and figured, Why not try to be really entertaining instrumentally?
42 If I get an idea for a song, I have a melody for it. I’m a musician first. I’m not limited by the fretboard.
43 Deep down, I’m just a West Virginia hillbilly.
44 My life would be very puzzling to most people if they had to follow me around for a day or two.
45 It just gets easier in that you become more you in the process.
46 I have a very down-to-earth father. My wife is an actress and famous herself is more down-to-earth than anyone I know.
47 I love any and all situations where you celebrate creativity.
48 I love being an enigma. Every time I’m tempted to respond to someone who tries to put me in a box, politically – you know, someone who gets on the Internet and says, you’re pro-gun, or you’re anti-gun – I stop and say to myself, ‘This is great; this is what I wanted. I wanted to be the guy you can’t figure out.’
49 That there’s no more important decision in life than who you marry.
50 Even in your darkest moments, you’ll think of something that’ll crack you up.
51 As a guitar player, it’s harder for me to impress somebody than it is to write a song that they like.
52 Country music has become the music that best represents the reality of American life.
53 When you’re old-fashioned like I am, you know marriage is forever. Those vows are a promise.
54 When they say you’re the best, I always remember that the majority of the audience probably thinks someone else should have gotten the award.
55 Willie Nelson, out there 200 days a year, calls his band family. And it is.
56 No one can make the album they made 10 years ago with a straight face. There are two reasons: one is you change as a person. To be a true artist, I have to be true to who I am now and write that way. And the second thing is these are different times.
57 To be a true artist, I have to be true to who I am now and write that way.
58 I can’t even imagine what Hank Garland would have become had he not been in that accident. You’re talking about 40 years of lost innovation that could have come only from him.
# Fact
1 Was the only one of the music artists from Cars (2006) to return for Cars 2 (2011).
2 Son-in-law of Gurney Williams and Linda Williams.
3 Second son, Jasper Warren, born April 17, 2009. He weighed 9 lbs. 10 oz.
4 Announced that he is expecting his second child, with wife Kimberly, in April 2009. [October 15, 2008].
5 His favorite author is Mark Twain.
6 He and his wife have a dog named Hollar whose name comes from the part of Nashville he was found in.
7 Brad and his wife Kimberly have had their first son named William. He goes by “Huck” for short.
8 Brad and his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, became the parents of their first child, a boy named William Huckleberry Paisley, in Nashville on February 22, 2007.
9 Was nominated and won an ACM for Best Vocal Performance for, “When I Get Where I’m Going” with Dolly Parton.
10 Was nominated for a Grammy for his rendition of legendary Nashville guitar player Hank Garland‘s song, “The Sugarfoot Rag”.
11 His duet with Alison Krauss, ‘Whiskey Lullaby’, was awarded with Best Vocal Event and Best Music Video from the Country Music Association in 2004. He’d won the award Best Music Video previously in 2002 for ‘I’m Gonna Miss Her’.
12 He attended and graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee with a degree in Music Business
13 Briefly attended West Liberty State College – near Wheeling, West Virginia
14 Attended John Marshall High School – near Wheeling, West Virginia
15 Brother-in-law of Ashley Williams, Neal Dodson and Jay Williams.
16 Country singer

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