Brad Paisley Goes “1 For All”

“Freedom is what makes America great,” says Brad.

Brad Paisley is joining artists such as John Mellencamp, Ke$ha, Mary Chapin Carpenter and television host Ellen DeGeneres as part of the “1 For All” campaign, which aims to increase Americans’ understanding of the freedoms granted by the First Amendment.

“Freedom is what makes America great,” said Brad in a release. “I count myself blessed to live in a country where I can exercise that right every day, whether I’m writing, recording or performing.”

The campaign was launched after a survey taken by the First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville found that only close to 1 in 20 Americans can name all five freedoms given in the First Amendment. For more information, visit 1forall.us.

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