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Album Details

Release Date: April 9, 2013

LINER NOTESProduced by Brad PaisleyAssociate Producer: Kendal MarcyExecutive Producer: Chris DuBois

“Outstanding In Our Field” produced by Mike Dean and Brad Paisley“I Can’t Change The World” by Brad Paisley and Marten AstonAdditional production by Neal CappellinoAdditional production on “Accidental Racist” by Luke Wooten

Brad Paisley: Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Electric and Acoustic Mandolin, Banjo, Programming, and Background VocalsKendal Marcy: Keyboards, Piano, Organ, Banjo, Programming, Percussion, and Background VocalsKenny Lewis: Bass and Background VocalsJustin Williamson: Fiddle, Electric and Acoustic Mandolin, Viola, and CelloRandle Currie: Pedal Steel and GobroGary Hooker: 6-String Bass, Electric and Acoustic GuitarsBen Sesar: Drums

Recorded by Neal Cappellino at The WheelhouseTracking by Neal Cappellino and Kendal MarcyAdditional tracking by Brian David Willis and Richard Barrow.Mixed by Luke Wooten at The  West Wing at Station West; assisted by Kyle Manner.

“Southern Comfort Zone,” “The Mona Lisa,” and “Pressing On A Bruise” mixed by Justin Niebank at Blackbird Studios; assisted by Drew Bollman.“I Can’t Change The World” and “幽 女” mixed by Marten Aston at Cash and Chips - London.“Tin Can On A String” and “Those Crazy Christians” mixed by Neal Cappellino at The Wheelhouse and The Dog House.“Death Of A Married Man” mixed by Kendal Marcy at The Wheelhouse. Additional engineering by Marten Aston, Chris Meece, Steve Rusch, Marcus Johnson, Kelley Lovelace, Lee Miller and Chris DuBois.

Mastering by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering & DVDWheelhouse Studio Manager + Guitar Tech: Dave RouzeProduction assistance by Scott Johnson

Hunter Hayes: Electric Guitar on “Outstanding In Our Field”Gordon Mote: Piano on “Tin Can On A String”Luke Wooten: Additional Bass on bridge “Beat This Summer”Mike Dean: Programming on “Outstanding In Our Field”Luke Laird: Additional Programming on “Beat This Summer”Ethel Lunn: Piano on congregation singing “Softly and Tenderly”Carl Jackson: Background Vocals on “Outstanding In Our Field” and “Runaway Train”Sheryl Crow: Background Vocals on “Karate”Chris Stapleton: Choral Backgrounds on “Accidental Racist”

The Brentwood Baptist Worship Choir Directed by Dennis Worley and Cliff Duren

Dierks Bentley appears courtesy of Capitol Records NashvilleHunter Hayes appears courtesy of Atlantic Recording CorporationMat Kearney appears courtesy of Aware / Republic RecordsCharlie Daniels appears courtesy of Blue Hat RecordsSheryl Crow appears courtesy of Warner Music Nashville & Old Green Barn Productions / Sea Gayle Music


  1. Standard Edition contains 17 tracks.
  2. Deluxe Edition contains 17 tracks from Standard Edition with the addition of 4 other tracks: 18. "Yankee Doodle Dixie" 19. "Facebook Friends" 20. "Get Even" 21. "Southern Comfort Zone [Acoustic Version]."  
  3. Cracker Barrel Special Edition contains 17 tracks from Standard Edition with the addition of 3 other tracks: 18. "Only Way She’ll Stay" 19. "She Never Really Got Over Him" 20. "Beat This Summer (Acoustic)"


  1. ...a song that genuinely is saying something and not just another "I love the south now give me my guns, my truck and my moonshine and lets go." That, my friends is why This Is Country Music.

  2. The stats on Brad Paisley‘s ‘Southern Comfort Zone’ video are impressive before one even gets to the first scenes. Eight countries covered in eight days. Ten thousand miles traveled, 57 pints of beer gulped down.

  3. Teaming up with Brad Paisley for this tour is exciting for everyone at Cracker Barrel because he is one of the most highly-regarded modern-day entertainers, and his connection with country music fans, our brand, and our guests is such a phenomenal fit.

    Julie Craig, Marketing Manager
  4. It’s misleading to say that Paisley has never played better, because he’s always played this way — with mastery, confidence, daring and good humor.

  5. You hate to start a review off with something as PR Pollyanna as, ‘Hello, Grammy No. 4!’ But after listening to Brad Paisley’s latest ... ‘Hello, Grammy No. 4!’

    Chuck Yarborough


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