Brad Paisley Creates Mural Inside Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena And Announces Nashville Date For Weekend Warriors Tour

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It’s no secret that Brad Paisley has a few talents up his sleeve but what you may not have known is that painting was his forte. The 45-year-old singer unveiled a large wall mural he painted, located on Level One of the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

Brad and Rob Hendon, known as “the original guitar painter,” painted the mural that will be seen in Music City’s arena just for fun. The painting is tied to the Nashville Predators Hockey team and consists of the Predators logo, a catfish, a guitar and the word Smashville sprawled across the mural. Fans can check it out during Predators hockey games and when Brad’s Weekend Warrior Tour hits Nashville.

In conjunction with the unveiling, Brad also announced that he will be adding the Nashville date to his Weekend Warrior Tour on April 6. The Weekend Warrior Tour kicks-off this Thursday, January 25 in Los Angeles and runs through April 28. Joining Brad on the road will be opening acts Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell.

Brad and Rob created a time-lapse video that show the making of the mural from the start.

Photos by Derek Cressman