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Brad Paisley Is Bonding With His Guitar While Social Distancing In Tennessee

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Brad Paisley Performs Kelsey Ballerini's 'Hole In The Bottle' From His Tennessee Home

States across the country are instituting curfews and "stay-at-home" ordinances everyday, which undoubtably includes celebs as well. This is giving us a bit more insight into what our faves are doing in their mansions and penthouses. Brad Paisley is self-quarantining in his Tennessee home, along with his trusty guitar and fans are enjoying the Southern music magic.

Even though many fans are upset that Brad cancelled a few tour days (May dates are currently still scheduled), the country superstar refuses to let his fans miss his tunes. 

While in his Tennessee home, Paisley is spending his time hosting Instagram live concerts and learning new songs from other super talented artists. 

In a recent Instagram post, the 47-year-old singer posted a video of himself learning the latest single from country singer and fellow Tennessee native Kelsea Ballerini.

The single "Hole In The Bottle" is off Kelsea's latest self-titled studio album, Kelsea, which Paisley is clearly a fan of.

In the Instagram post, we see him stop and start the track to learn the guitar cords under the lyrics. 

Paisley gets a bit frustrated with not quite getting it quite right, but doesn't give up. He keeps trying and even promises Kelsea directly that he'll keep working on it and will get it down.

Last Friday, March 20, country fans around the world mourned the death of 82-year-old country singer Kenny Rogers. Paisley along with other coutry stars, including Dolly Parton, posted honorary words and thoughts to the famed musician.

As a fellow Southerner, Paisley pulled out his guitar and performed his own rendition of Rogers' famous song "Sweet Music Man."

Fans flooded the comment section, not only in remembrance of Roger's memory, but also enjoying the mini concerts from the country star.

While this pandemic is still confusing and we're learning more as we take proper precautions, it's pleasant to see artists and creatives doing their part to keeping everyone's spirit high and entertained in their homes.

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