Paisley, Underwood perform on Good Morning America
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
– Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will perform on ABC's Good Morning America Tuesday, Nov. 10 live from Nashville on ABC.
The concert is free and open to the public. The event takes place on the Sommet Center's outside plaza at the corner of Broadway and Fifth Avenue in Nashville and is presented by Chevrolet. The event is in conjunction with the 43rd Annual CMA Awards, airing Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 8-11 p.m. Eastern live from the Sommet Center.
"We can't imagine a better way to jump start the excitement leading up to the CMA Awards than to have our hosts Brad and Carrie perform on Good Morning America," said CMA Vice President of Communications Wendy Pearl. "It's a wonderful way for America to get a taste of what to expect during country music's biggest night.' We hope everyone comes out to experience these great artists, great music and a great time in Nashville."
Paisley also will appear on the Late Show With David Letterman on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Paisley will be performing American Saturday Night from his album by the same title, which is nominated for CMA Album of the Year.
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