Brad Paisley’s New Album Features Mick Jagger, John Fogerty, Timbaland

Love and War Also Includes Song Paisley Wrote With Johnny Cash

Mick Jagger, John Fogerty and Timbaland are among the guests on Brad Paisley’s new 16-track album Love and War, set for release on April 21. Country Music Hall of Fame members Bill Anderson and the late Johnny Cash are also represented on the project.

Anderson provides guest vocals on “Dying to See Her,” a song he wrote with Paisley. “Gold All Over the Ground” was written by Cash and Paisley.

Paisley opened the Rolling Stones stadium concert in Nashville in 2015 and jammed with them on “Dead Flowers” during the British rock band’s set. He’d previously opened their 2013 show in Philadelphia.

Paisley’s album, Jagger appears on “Drive of Shame,” a song the two of them wrote with -Matt Clifford.

Fogerty and Paisley co-wrote the album’s title track, and the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman performs on it.

Timbaland, the R&B/hip-hop artist-producer, is featured on two tracks — “Grey Goose Chase” and “Solar Power Girl.”

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