Paisley hosts Mem weekend special
Friday, May 13, 2011
– Brad Paisley will celebrate the release of his new album, "This Is Country Music during the America's Opry Weekend Memorial Day Special. Paisley will join regular host Mike Terry to play some of his favorite songs from the new album, some tunes of summer, live cuts from the Opry stage and songs saluting the Memorial Day.
Among the artists and songs listeners will hear are Old Alabama, Paisley featuring Alabama; Am I The Only One, Dierks Bentley; Summertime Blues, Alan Jackson; American Honey, Lady Antebellum and Arlington, Trace Adkins.
America's Opry Weekend is hosted each week by Terry and presents top artists' performances from the Opry stage, studio hits, and interviews and behind the scenes reports from backstage at the Opry. The show is serviced by Westwood One and airs on country radio stations across the country and on the Armed Forces Radio Network.
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