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November 16, 2012 The singer-songwriter's album, Golden Embers, tests the boundaries of country and folk. Throughout, Paisley demonstrates a mastery of melody, acquired through years spent studying roots music.
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Doug Paisley gets personal at Pendarvis Farm during Pickathon Music Festival in Oregon.
Courtesy of Dave Christensen
August 25, 2012 Taking a break from performing at Oregon's Pickathon Music Festival, the folk-rock guitarist fingerpicks a gorgeous tune about living and loving in exile. Watch Paisley perform "Two Like Us."
February 13, 2009 With a beautiful tenor that recalls a young James Taylor, Doug Paisley pleads for renewal after a long winter in "Broken in Two." "The rust has grown on the door to your home," he sings. "It's the springtime, you should be gone.
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