When Brad Paisley wrote the song, "Old Alabama" he meant for it to be a tribute to the band "Alabama."  He never expected that it would be as timely as it was.  But now he's using the song to raise money for the victims of the recent tornadoes in Alabama.

Tuesday night Brad Paisley joined Alabama on stage at the Grand Ole Opry to perform the song, "Old Alabama."  Backstage "Alabama" lead singer Randy Owen told Brad about the devastation that's taken place after the tornadoes touched down in his home state.

Brad decided to do something about it to help.  He's announced that he's going to donate all artist royalties from digital downloads of the song to the relief efforts via The American Red Cross.

Brad's new CD, "This Is CountryMusic" is due in stores on May 23rd.  Find out how to win a trip to see Brad Paisley in concert and meet him through our  facebook page.

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