Brad’s Double Celebration

Brad Paisley hosted a double celebration honoring two of his recent No. 1 hits, “Ticks” and “Online,” at MacAuthority in Nashville, Nov. 28.

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Brad celebrated with his co-writers Kelley Lovelace, who contributed to both songs, Chris DuBois of “Online” and Tim Owens of “Ticks.” During the ceremony, the writers were given plaques marking their achievements. “I’m just honored to be associated with you guys,” Brad said, acknowledging his fellow writers. “It’s really a great group of friends.”

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