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Courtesy Parade Magazine
The March 24, 2013, edition of Parade magazine features an interview with country-music star Brad Paisley.

Parade talks with Brad Paisley

Sunday’s Parade magazine, which is distributed with print editions of The Journal Gazette, features a far-reaching interview with Brad Paisley.

The country star tells all about his provocative new album, Wheelhouse, on which he tackles topics such as race and religion; his family life on a Nashville farm; and why he struggles with being a workaholic.

Parade also offers tips on how to live better with hay fever, including a pollen quiz, and fun new ways to create Easter cupcakes.

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