Paisley goes to college yet again

Monday, September 19, 2016 – Brad Paisley today announced a second round of six free shows for the 2016 Brad Paisley Country Nation College Tour throughout September and October.

The "Country Nation College Tour presented by Frontier Communications" will stop at The Air Force Academy on Thursday, Sept. 29 before heading to East Carolina University on Thursday, Oct. 6. Paisley will then travel to University of Connecticut on Friday, Oct. 7, University of Nebraska on Thursday, Oct. 13, University of Kansas on Friday, Oct. 14 and the UCLA on Friday, Oct. 21.

Brett Young will be the opening act at ECU, Nebraska, Kansas and UCLA, while Chase Bryant will open at Air Force Academy and Lindsey Ell will open at UConn.

Paisley already has stopped at West Virginia University and The Ohio State Universit.

Paisley's "Country Nation" single from his chart-topping album, "Moonshine in the Trunk," debuted in 2015. Written by Paisley and his longtime collaborators Chris DuBois and Kelley Lovelace, "Country Nation" is a celebration of the college spirit and sports, while giving a shout-out to 18 college sports mascots.

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