Brad Paisley was presented with the Harmony Award at the 29th Annual Symphony Ball Saturday night in Nashville. The honor recognizes a member of Nashville’s music community who makes a difference in people’s lives. Former Senator Bill Frist was on hand to list Brad’s charitable endeavors, including his work with the Water=Hope Campaign and Live Beyond to offer support to impoverished communities in Haiti.
After accepting the award, Brad performed his #1 hit, “Southern Comfort Zone,” with the Nashville Symphony and Chorus. He rounded out his set with acoustic performances of “I’m Gonna Miss Her” and “I’m Still a Guy” before closing it out with “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.”
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