BRAD KNOWS THE KIND OF MUSICAL LEGACY HE WANTS TO LEAVE

When Brad Paisley saw the coverage of President Reagan's funeral, it made him think about what his own legacy would be. "Watching Ronald Reagan's funeral on TV really makes you think about what's left when you're gone," declares Brad. "It crosses your mind that every song you record, it will last throughout time. Better make sure it's a good one."

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