Paisley ends H2O World Tour
Monday, November 29, 2010
– Brad Paisley's H2O World Tour finished out 2010 in Tulsa, Okla. at the BOK Center last weekend. Paisley invited 1973 CMA Entertainer of the Year Roy Clark, to join him on stage and they ripped through Clark's instrumental hit Ghost Riders in the Sky
for the sold-out crowd.
Paisley said, "I learned how to play guitar with a Roy Clark songbook, so I blame all this on him."
Over the past year, Paisley has played to nearly a million fans in more than 73 markets including over 51,000 at Boston's Gillette Stadium, 70,000 at AquaPalooza, more than 35,000 at Gulf Shores, Ala. for "Concerts for the Gulf," two sold-out shows in London and Notodden Norway's Musikkfestival.
Darius Rucker and Justin Moore were special guests on the tour and Steel Magnolia, Easton Corbin and Josh Thompson were performers on the Water World Stage.
The final leg of the H2O World tour - renamed H2O Frozen Over tour kicks off Jan. 20 in Green Bay, Wisc. with Jerrod Niemann and Rucker as special guests.f
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