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Brad tried to Tweet but EDGE got him..but he tried!

Ok...I'm on the bus with Brad in Oshkosh...He wants to be a good twitter person so I motivate him to TWEET....He warms up the phone...says he is about to go on stage...really going to be Saturday night since the show starts at 11pm! Then he is ready to hit the send.....THENNNNNN ATT Edge network hits and Tweet failed...AHHHHH the moment in lost.....BUT life goes on....ATT is far from a national service with 3g!!!!) ANYWAY...for Bra he wakes up in Cadott,WI for a late show Sat night....heres a note from his peeeeeepppssss

Brad Paisley’s American Saturday Night Arrives on Tuesday!

Album Features Paisley’s Three-Week #1 Smash, “Then,” and Gives Fans Their First Taste of Brad’s New Single, “Welcome to the Future”

Bradpaisley.com Celebrates the Release with Re-Launched Site

Nashville, TN – Saturday night arrives early next week with Tuesday’s release of American Saturday Night, the new album from superstar and three-time GRAMMY winner Brad Paisley. The album has already launched Paisley’s recent three-week #1 smash, “Then,” and on Monday, stations across the country will receive the album’s second single, “Welcome to the Future.” Officially impacting country radio on July 13, “Welcome to the Future” was co-written by Brad and Chris DuBois, and it’s a song that Paisley hails as “my favorite thing I’ve ever written.”

Coinciding with the release of American Saturday Night is a re-launch of Paisley’s website, www.bradpaisley.com, completely rebuilt, with enhanced navigation and features designed to deliver a more exciting experience and increased interactivity with fans.

American Saturday Night marks the eighth album from the reigning three-time ACM and two-time CMA Male Vocalist winner. In all, Paisley’s albums have launched 14 #1 singles – and the last 10 in a row – with album sales in excess of 10 million units, including his 2x-Platinum 2005 ACM and CMA Album of the Year, Time Well Wasted.


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