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Brad Paisley Joins ABC’s GMA Anchors As Special Guest, Monday

Nashville, TN – On Monday, April 1, country superstar Brad Paisley will join the anchors of “Good Morning America” as a special guest, promising to add an interesting and fun dynamic to America’s currently-rated #1 morning news broadcast. The appearance precedes the April 9 release of his 8th studio album, Wheelhouse, and Building A Wheelhouse Interactive Book. Starting today online, Brad Paisley fans can embark on the Wheelhouse Scavenger Hunt at www.smarturl.it/paisleyhunt. Each day during the contest, Paisley will post via Facebook or Twitter clues to the location of a hidden icon, photo or video to be found by contest entrants. The first eligible entrant each day who locates the hidden item, returns to the promotion site and follows the prompts will win a prize. This interactive journey provides insights into the making of Paisley’s Wheelhouse and its songs. All contest participants are eligible to compete for the Wheelhouse Scavenger Hunt Grand Prize – a flyaway for the winner and a guest to a Brad Paisley concert; the experience includes a meet and greet with Paisley and ground and hotel accommodations. For complete Official Rules, visitwww.smarturl.it/paisleyhunt. Brad Paisley’s brand new single, “Beat This Summer,” is currently available instantly when you pre-order the Wheelhouse album here:http://smarturl.it/wheelhouse. After only four weeks, the song is already #17 on Billboard and #18 on Country Aircheck national airplay charts. “Beat This Summer,” co-written by Paisley, Chris DuBois and Luke Laird, is the second single from the soon-to-be-released Wheelhouse album. The lead single, “Southern Comfort Zone,” recently became the entertainer’s 21st #1 hit. Fans can pre-order Building A Wheelhouse here:http://smarturl.it/buildingawheelhouse. Created and designed specifically for the iBookstore, Building A Wheelhouse offers an in-depth look at the album, from both songwriting and production perspectives, with insights from Paisley and the collaborative team behind the making of this album.

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