Reconciling between being an entertainer, songwriter, and guitarist is no easy feat for any musician, yet Brad Paisley managed to achieve being all three effortlessly. Since making a splash in 1999 with his debut album Who Needs Pictures, he produced several Top 10 country music hits, including "I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishing Song)," "Celebrity" and "Ticks," all bearing his trademark vivid storytelling, tongue-in-cheek humor, and melodic hooks. But far from being remembered only for his funny novelty songs, Paisley also released songs like "When I Get Where I'm Going" and "Remind Me" that were heartfelt not just in their meaning, but also in his delivery. A charming Southern gentleman on- and off-stage, who wooed and won actress Kimberly Williams' hand in marriage, Paisley never let his fame go to his head, in spite of the countless top honors that he accumulated over the years, including multiple Country Music Awards and Grammys. Throughout the years, Paisley continued writing and performing songs that not only sold millions of copies, but he also continued giving his loyal fan base the kind of music they had come to expect from a world-class entertainer.