“Brad Paisley: Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVU”

The Elite Singer of Country Music

Amos Lassen

Brad Paisley gives a concert in front of over 30,000 people at West Virginia University in front of a hometown crowd and which 20 cameras recorded. Directed by award-winning director Daniel E Catullo III, Brad plays and sings for two hours as rain came down. The concert includes all of Paisley’s hits and a very special version of the John Denver song “Country Roads,” which has become an anthem for the university. Songs included in the show are: “Crushin’ It”, “American Saturday Night”, “Water”, “Online”, “Perfect Storm”, “Celebrity”, “Letter to Me”, “This is Country Music”, “Mama Tried”, “I’m Still a Guy”, “She’s Everything”, “Mountain Music”, “Ticks”, “Country Nation”, “Old Alabama”, “Then”, “Beat This Summer”, “Remind Me”, “Country Roads”, “Southern Comfort Zone”, “Mud on the Tires” and “Alcohol”.

Brad Paisley is always working to find new ways to make his set little tighter and to bring audience closer to the show. His jam sessions go just the perfect lengths to pull you in to his artistry. This concert shows us why Paisley is one of country music’s elite acts.

His Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVU CD/DVD combo pack shows how important his live performances are to his success. We see how he commands the stage and has hit after hit. He is energetic and he loves what he does.

Personally, I am not a fan of country music but I am a fan of Paisley because of his professionalism. He is a master of both the electric Telecaster guitar and the acoustic guitar.

This concert was recorded in September 2016 in a large field next to the football stadium at West Virginia University, the night before a big football gamer – Paisley sings for a crowd of 20,000 students, and fans for 90 minutes.