Paisley looks to "So Many Summers"
Friday, June 23, 2023
– Brad Paisley is is out today with a new song, "So Many Summers."
Written by Paisley, Ross Copperman and Lee Thomas Miller, "So Many Summers" is the second song off his to-be-released album "Son of The Mountains." This will be Paisley's first disc with Universal Music Group Nashville after having been on Arista.
Paisley will perform the new song and several on the Today Show's Summer Concert Series on Friday, July 14.
"So Many Summers" is the follow up to "Same Here," with special appearance by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, released in February on the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine. Proceeds from the song go to UNITED24 for their 'Rebuild Ukraine' program where Brad serves as an Ambassador.
Paisley will headline Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th presented in Nashville.
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