Country music star Brad Paisley is returning to his West Virginia hometown of Glendale to shoot his latest video. Paisley's dad, Doug Paisley, says his son has always wanted to showcase the small Marshall County community but his other songs just didn't lend themselves to it.
The video is for the song "Letter to Me," from the new album "Fifth Gear." The song is about the advice the singer would give himself if he could send a letter back in time to when he was 17.
The video will include shots of the community and John Marshall High School, from which Brad Paisley graduated in 1991. The video crew is expected to be in Glendale over the next few weeks but the final shooting schedule is still being worked out.
Paisley's hits include "Whiskey Lullaby," "Alcohol," "Celebrity," and "Ticks." He's has won numerous awards, including being named this year's top male artist by the Academy of Country Music.
Paisley is married to actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley. The two have a son who was born in February.