Ladies and gentlemen, Brad Paisley
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
– Ladies and gentlemen, Brad Paisley.
The country singer will open the Rolling Stones show on June 17 at LP Field in Nashville.
Paisley sent out several tweets about the news: "May I have your attention please...," "So it's been a while since I was an opening act. But I think I remember how to do that..." and "So proud to warm up for the greatest rock band in the world June 17, LP Field Zip Code Tour."
Zip Code, the Stones' 15-city North American stadium tour, kicks off in San Diego on May 24, and will also be making stops in Columbus, Minneapolis, Dallas, Atlanta, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Raleigh, Indianapolis, Detroit and Buffalo before wrapping in Quebec on July 15 at Le Festival D'été de Québec.
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