As musicians turn to the internet to perform, Brad Paisley is doing something a little bit different. He’s performing alongside his entire band.
Paisley and his band will be practicing social distancing with the musician telling fans on Facebook “I’m not letting them in the house, but you will see what I mean.”
Paisley has been active during his time in quarantine, telling fans to text him invites to their Zoom video conferences where he drops in to hang out and play some music.
He’s been calling these sessions the “Paisley Pub Crawl” and they’ve been a joy to watch so far. As he recently released his brand new single “No I In Beer,” Paisley has been having fans sing the chorus with him.
A few weeks ago, Paisley held a session from his home on Facebook Live and Instagram Live where fans could reach out with requests and other recommendations.
Paisley hasn’t only focused on providing entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Alongside his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley, the couple has been delivering groceries to elderly individuals in Nashville.
Earlier in 2020, the couple partnered with Belmont University to create a food bank called The Store that serves both fresh and nonperishable groceries to people in need. The Store has been open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and has been seeking help from the public to ensure seniors in the community are able to get the groceries they need.