Brad Paisley To Release New Track ‘Offroad’ on February 10

by Joe Rutland
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Get ready, Brad Paisley fans. Your favorite country music singer will be releasing a new track called “Offroad” on Wednesday.

“I’ve got some new music for you and it’s going to come out tomorrow,” Paisley said in advance of the Wednesday release. “It’s about every girl who won’t stay in her lane, every girl that busts through roadblocks to get to where she wants to go.

“You know who you are. I hope you love it.”

Then a slice of the song itself is played, just a tease ahead of letting “Offroad” get on the road to potentially another No. 1 song for Brad Paisley.

Take a look at Paisley making the announcement on Twitter.

Brad Paisley Provides New Guitar to Nashville Musician

Brad Paisley has had an incredible career in country music. He’s known for being quite philanthropic in his life, too. For instance, Paisley came to the rescue of a Nashville musician who lost his guitar.

On Christmas Day, there was a major explosion in downtown Nashville. One man lost everything, including his beloved cat Molly who ran away.

Buck McCoy had his entire apartment torn apart by the blast. A few days after the explosion, officials found his cat loose in the streets and returned Molly to McCoy

Country singer Brad Paisley saw McCoy on the news and heard his story of losing everything he owned.

Paisley took action and lent a helping hand when he decided to get in contact with McCoy. He called the local musician and gifted McCoy with a brand new guitar so he could get back to playing. In fact, McCoy already put the new guitar to use when he played a gig with his band that weekend.

However, the country singer didn’t stop there with his generosity. Paisley helped get out the word about a GoFundMe fundraiser for McCoy. The famous musician used his social media accounts to spread the news and draw attention to McCoy’s situation.

“Hey y’all, let’s help Buck. It’s Nashville. That’s what we do,” Paisley wrote on his Facebook page.

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