Brad Paisley to Be Honored With Video Visionary Award During American Country Awards

Recognizes Brad’s 15 years of innovative music videos

Brad Paisley better make room for at least one more trophy on his mantel before Dec. 10, when he is due to receive the 2013 Video Visionary Award at the American Country Awards.

The award will recognize Brad's 15 years pairing amazing songs with creative, immensely entertaining music videos that have truly run the gamut, from heartbreaking to hilarious. The Video Visionary Award was previously awarded to Toby Keith in 2010.

While on the ACAs, Brad will also perform his new single, “The Mona Lisa,” which he recently debuted on the CMA Awards. The tune is the latest release from Brad’s Wheelhouse album.

The ACAs will once again be hosted by Trace Adkins, along with NASCAR driver Danica Patrick. The two-hour event will also feature appearances by Olivia Newton-John, Thompson Square, rodeo stars Trevor Brazile and Shada Brazile, Clay Walker, Scotty McCreery, Chris Young, Lauren Alaina, Sheryl Crow, Darius Rucker and Florida Georgia Line. Additional performers and presenters will be announced in the coming weeks.

The American Country Awards will air live from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Dec. 10, beginning at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

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