Brad to Debut Funny New Video at NASCAR Race

“Old Alabama” to debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Photography by: Ben Enos/Schmidt Relations

Go big or go home: Brad Paisley will be at the NASCAR race tomorrow (May 21) to take part in the premiere of the music video for “Old Alabama,” to be seen on the world's largest HD video board at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The video features Brad and an all-star cast of music and NASCAR stars taking a video tour of Alabama's music videos, some of which have Brad digitally inserted into them. Sometime after 6 p.m. ET tomorrow, the SPEED channel of NASCAR.com will make the entire video available for streaming.

Fans at the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race will see it around 8:50 p.m. on the big screen out there.

Royalties from digital single sales of the song are going to tornado relief through the American Red Cross.

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