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Paisley receives honor

Monday, December 16, 2013 – Brad Paisley received the Harmony Award from the Nashville Symphony at the 29th annual Symphony Ball, A Midwinter Night's Dream, held at Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Saturday night.

Former Senator Bill Frist presented the award to Paisley as he detailed his journey to Nashville, his dedication to the craft and his commitment to serving others through such initiatives as Water=Hope Campaign and most recently Live Beyond, a Nashville nonprofit with a mission to provide medical care, clean water, nutritional support and development activities to impoverished communities in Haiti,

Each year the Symphony presents the Harmony Award to a person who exemplifies musical excellence, embodies the spirit of community and contributes to Nashville's music industry.

After accepting the award, Paisley performed his number one hit Southern Comfort Zone with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Kelly Corcoran, followed by an acoustic medley of two more of his number one hits I'm Gonna Miss Her and I'm Still A Guy. Paisley finished his set with a jazzy rendition of I'll Be Home For Christmas.


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