Home » Breaking News!, News » Brad Paisley Hits Alabama Gulf Coast For Free Live Concert

Brad Paisley Hits Alabama Gulf Coast For Free Live Concert

Posted by on October 17, 2010 at 12:37 PM EST

brad paisley concertTonight, Brad Paisley will perform live in concert on the Alabama Gulf Coast.

Country music superstar Brad Paisley is teaming up with Little Big Town to put on a free live concert tonight, Sunday October 17th in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

In an effort to help raise money for the Alabama Gulf Coast (after the tragic BP Oil Spill earlier this year), country music  has played a huge role by offering live concerts. The first came earlier this summer when  Jimmy Buffet and CMT hosted a free concert from Gulf Shores, Alabama. Now, Brad Paisley will be the next in line to give back to the men and women whose lives were affected by the oil spill. Little Big Town (just opened for Sugarland last night in West Palm Beach, Florida) will be the opening act for Brad Paisley’s concert tonight.

Listen to Brad Paisley’s Hit Single “Water” Instantly!

Brad Paisley has been out on the road all summer with his H20 tour. Fans all across the country have said that his water park themed tour was definitely one of a kind. While I am not sure if Brad will be bringing the water slides to the Alabama Gulf Coast tonight, I am certain that fans will get more than the expected.

The BP Oil Spill has not been the only disaster for country music fans and artists. Earlier this year epic floods destroyed a large part of Nashville and took some iconic country music establishments along with it.  Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney and Carrie Underwood were among the artists that were effected by the tragic floods.

It just goes to show that when disaster strikes, country music stars are there to band together and help support the recovery efforts.

If you happen to be in Gulf Shores, Alabama you are in for a treat tonight when Little Big Town and Brad Paisley perform live in concert!



(0) Readers Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.