Brad Paisley’s last night of the American Saturday Night Tour took place last night March 5th in Charleston South Carolina where numerous kids had a SC fake id and boy did Brad go out with a bang.
During the last song of the evening, ironically “Alcohol”, Brad was running back down one of the catwalks and back onto the main stage and tripped. He said he hit hard. To quote from Brad’s Tweet last night, “I hit hard. And I mean freaking hard.”
The good news is Brad is OK with no broken ribs, he is just very very bruised and feeling it today. Its good to see that Brad’s humor was not bruised at all as you can see in the picture of him at the hospital with the hospital staff. Here are some of his tweets from last night along with a short video clip of the fall.
All of us at CountryMusicRocks wishes Brad a speedy recovery and we look forward to seeing him on his H20 Tour.
@paisleyofficial: Tnx4 prayers,after my fall,I was just discharged from the hospital.Just very very bruised. Nothing broken, had a ct scan all is okay!
@paisleyofficial: Here’s the fine staff and myself in the ER of M U S C hospital. http://twitpic.com/1743ls
@paisleyofficial: And here, consulting the doctors. They said I was a very brave boy. http://twitpic.com/174463
@paisleyofficial:Allright, whoever posts the YouTube footage of it gets a meet and greet. I have got to see it. I hit hard. And I mean freaking hard.
@paisleyofficial: If ur wondering,it was the last song&last night of the tour&I was running fast on stage,tripped.really did think I broke a rib or something.
@paisleyofficial: Charleston rocked though. Out with a bang for the ASN tour.literally. Bring on the H2O. Actually, the frozen stuff’s on me right now.
@paisleyofficial: Man am I sore today. You guys should see the bruise.
Gary Allan’s “Get off the Pain” is set to hit the shelves Tuesday March 9th. The album features 10 brand new songs including the hit title track as well as his latest single “Today.” Gary shares stories behind the songs on the album as well as his plans to hit the road this summer with Brooks & Dunn on their “Last Rodeo Tour.” Be sure to pick up a copy of Get off the Pain and check to see if Gary Allan and “The Last Rodeo Tour” is coming to a city near you!!
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For the 4th year in a row, the Academy of Country Music presents concerts at Fremont Street Experience! Featuring headlining performances by Lady Antebellum on Friday and Miranda Lambert on Saturday, these free and open-to-the-public concerts start at 6:30pm on two stages in downtown Las Vegas. For the 2nd year in a row, winners in each of the newcomer categories Top New Solo Vocalist, Top New Vocal Group and Top New Vocal Duo will have the chance to perform at Fremont Street Experience during these concerts. Specific show times, additional performers and stage locations to be announced soon. *information courtesy of ACM