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Brad Paisley Reveals Why He Honors Military Each Night On Tour

(Radio.com) Brad Paisley made a point to honor U.S. servicemen and servicewomen every night during his 2017 Weekend Warrior World Tour. In an interview with Stylz & Roman from US99's Stars and Strings concert in Chicago, the country star says it's always a memorable moment of his show.

"That's a highlight every night for me to bring these guys out and do that," he shares. "The most memorable moment of that for me was, I looked over and they [do the salute] and they're standing there at attention and one of them was crying.

"That killed me. That only happened maybe once that I saw. Can you imagine that? They're in front of a crowd of people that are giving them that kind of accolade and they deserve more."

That's not all Paisley does for our troops though. He often buys them a beer afterward. "They deserve something," he adds. Read more here.


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