Paisley offers new single

Monday, March 11, 2019 – Brad Paisley premiered his new single, "My Miracle," on country radio today.

"My Miracle" is a love song for Paisley's wife, Kimberly. Paisley and Gary Nicholson penned the song, which was produced by Dann Huff and Luke Wooten. Kendal Marcy was executive producer.

"I can be a little ornery when it comes to writing love songs. I don't typically put it all out there, but in this one I did. This is the most powerful statement I think I can make," said Paisley. "The one I wrote it for (wife of 16 years Kimberly Williams-Paisley), she is my worst critic typically, but in this case I think I got it right."

Paisley has announced his 2019 World Tour, which kicks off May 30 in Albuquerque, N.M.

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