(Radio.com) Brad Paisley and his song leaks will not be stopped - by industry executives or by anything else on planet Earth. The country singer, who's been on a Twitter spree, posting leaks from his upcoming album Moonshine in the Trunk - and subsequent letters he's received from industry higher-ups asking him to stop - just took his song leaks to an entirely new stratosphere. Literally.
Paisley sent his new leak, "American Flag on the Moon," to astronaut Reid Weisman via Twitter, of course, while standing at Florida's Kennedy Space Center's Launch Pad 39B, which was fittingly close to the launching point of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins' Apollo 11 spaceflight that made them the first men on the moon.
Reid tweeted back, "Hold on @BradPaisley, we don't usually like leaks at the launch pad ;)," along with a picture of his current view of where Paisley was standing, before playing the leak in space and adding, "just listened to your song on the #ISS - thanks!!" more on this story