Paisley ends first tour leg with help from Underwood
Monday, March 5, 2012
– Brad Paisley's Virtual Reality World Tour 2012 finished the first leg of the tour this past weekend in Baltimore, Knoxville, Tenn. and Lexington, Ky.
The tour began mid-January and played to more than 218,000 fans with 19 sell-outs. Special guests on the tour have been The Band Perry and Scotty McCreery.
On Friday evening, at Thompson Boling-Arena in Knoxville, Underwood implemented her perfectly planned sneak attack on Paisley with very few people in on the surprise or even knowing she was on the premises. When she walked out on stage and joined him on their number one hit duet, Remind Me, Paisley was taken completely off-guard, but didn't miss a note.
Later Underwood tweeted, "Had so much fun tonight surprising @BradPaisley-Thanks Knoxville!!" Paisley responded with a retweet and "Coolest thing that's happened this tour!"
More Virtual Reality World Tour dates will be announced soon.
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