Brad Paisley Plays To Over 39,000 Fans First Weekend
Brad Paisley is one of the best entertainers in music and it looks like the rest of the world has caught on. He played to over 39,000 excited fans on the first weekend of his “Virtual Reality 2012 World Tour” with three stops in Grand Rapids, Milwaukee and St. Paul. Joining Brad on tour this year is the red-hot sibling trio The Band Perry, and American Idol’s winner Scotty McCreery. Brad surprised fans at his Saturday night show by bringing out special guest guitarist Brian Setzer, who lives in Minneapolis, who joined the superstar for two songs in the encore.
Brad made a special stop while in St. Paul where he performed in front of an intimate crowd at the Fitzgerald Theater for Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Brad sat in with Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band, and performed a Guy Noir Skit and performed two of his own songs with “Life’s Railway To Heaven” with Keillor.
Brad’s tour continues this week with stops in Kansas City, MO, Wichita, KS, and Denver, CO. Live Nation is proud to be the tour promoter for Brad’s tour. For tour date information, or to get your tickets for the “Virtual Reality” tour, visit Brad’s official website.
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