Brad Paisley recently received the Harmony Award from the Nashville Symphony. At the 29th annual Symphony Ball on December 14, the country singer was given the prestigious honor for his dedication to and excellence within the country genre, and his service to the community.
Brad Paisley accepted the award from former senator Bill Frist and went on to speak of his involvement with the Water=Hope Campaign and Live Beyond, a nonprofit organization that provides medical and nutritional support to Haiti.
Attendees to the Symphony Ball were then treated to a collaboration between Brad Paisley and the symphony orchestra and chorus on “Southern Comfort Zone,” as well as a short set of other well-known songs by Brad Paisley.
Brad Paisley is currently promoting his album “Wheelhouse” and performing in venues across the US on his Beat This Winter Tour.
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