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Brad Paisley's Firefighter Father Inspired Song on "Planes: Fire & Rescue" Soundtrack

Image courtesy of Image Courtesy Arista Nashville (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Image Courtesy Arista Nashville (via ABC News Radio)

Brad Paisley sings two songs on the soundtrack to the new Disney film Planes: Fire & Rescue , including one he wrote from personal experience, "All In." The movie is all about firefighting, and Brad tells ABC News Radio he has a lot of family members in that line of work.

"My dad was, or is, a firefighter," Brad says. "He's retired. Doesn't really do it now. My brother-in-law is also a full-time firefighter. Used to be an L.A. firefighter. It was a chance to pay tribute to them in a movie."

He adds, "My favorite line in the song is, 'Where there's smoke and flames, and everybody needs out, I'm all in.'"

Brad also sings a song called "Runway Romance" on the soundtrack, due out July 15. Listen for him to make a voice cameo in Planes: Fire & Rescue , hitting theaters in 3D on July 18.

As for the film itself, Brad says, "It's really inspiring, actually. It's a really interesting take on firefighting, 'cause really the whole movie's about these vehicles that fight fires."

Brad previously contributed two songs to the 2006 Disney film Cars .


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