Brad Paisley has left his mark on Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena — quite literally.
Along with artist Rob Hendon, Brad has painted a Music-City-themed mural on the first level of venue. In addition to guitars, a cowboy hat and a catfish, you’ll also spot Gnash, the mascot of Nashville’s Predators hockey team.
The artwork is titled “Smashville,” another reference to the Predators, who made it to the final game of the Stanley Cup Playoffs last year. You can check out a time-lapse video of the two working on the mural on YouTube.
While you can count on Brad stopping by to watch the Predators play as often as he can, he’ll also be bringing his own tour to the Bridgestone on Friday, April 6. Tickets for Brad’s Nashville date go on sale Friday.
On Thursday, the “Heaven South” singer kicks off the winter leg of his Weekend Warrior World trek at L.A.’s Staples Center. Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell are opening the shows.
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