Brad Paisley’s new album is going visual. Brad just announced he’ll be releasing the first-ever visual country album on Apple Music starting Friday.
Judging by the preview, the album will feature videos of songs from “Love and War,” which came out Friday. Brad also teased a special screening of the film happening tomorrow, writing, “Who wants to come watch it with me on Wednesday?”
But There’s More…
- As we previously told you, Brad celebrated the release of his new album with a surprise show at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge Sunday night, and he didn’t take the stage alone. In addition to John Fogerty, Brad was joined by other “Love and War” collaborators, including Bill Anderson and Timbaland for a 90-minute set filled with songs from the album, Brad hits and classic rock covers.
- Brad has teamed with Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI), which fights cancer, to launch this year’s “Band Against Cancer” campaign. As part of the campaign, Brad is rolling out a “Get One, Give One” campaign, where fans can buy “Love and War” for $15 and send a free copy to a patient going through a cancer journey. Brad’s track “Today” will anchor the 2017 campaign, and SCRI will also sponsor Brad’s summer tour, which will wrap with a performance at the Grand Ole Opry in the fall.