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Diary of a Player : How My Musical Heroes Made a Guitar Man Out of Me
by Brad Paisley and David Wild

Overview - Focusing on what it means to play the guitar, and how he found his voice through a series of guitars, Paisley shares what he has learned about life along the way. Beginning with his own very personal love letter to the guitar and what the instrument has meant in his life as a way to find his voice in the world, he then moves into a musical, but personal, diary.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Focusing on what it means to play the guitar, and how he found his voice through a series of guitars, Paisley shares what he has learned about life along the way. Beginning with his own very personal love letter to the guitar and what the instrument has meant in his life as a way to find his voice in the world, he then moves into a musical, but personal, diary.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781451625523
  • ISBN-10: 1451625529
  • Publisher: Howard Books
  • Publish Date: November 2011
  • Page Count: 247

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2011-10-24
  • Reviewer: Staff

In his first book, Grammy Award-winning country star Paisley pays tribute to the legendary musicians who helped him along the way. Any guitar aficionado will love this tale of extraordinary musicians gladly guiding a talented youngster—a journey that began at the tender age of eight when Paisley's grandfather gave him his first guitar. With the collaboration of Wild, who is steeped in the country music scene, Paisley offers a story accessible even to country novices. In junior high, Paisley and his "modernly mature band members," a generous group of older mentors, the C-Notes, were sometimes referred to as Brad Paisley and the Seniles. As he confides: "all those days and nights when I was so busy not doing my homework…I was growing the deep musical roots that have put me where I am today." His respect for his Nashville colleagues lends warmth to his presentation: "The art of our town comes from painting an honest picture in living color." Paisley certainly entertains in this charming story of his road to success. (Nov.)

 
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