Monday, February 13, 2017

Article #2 to rewrite

Brad Paisley article.
-- Eliminate Happy Talk. 
-- Boil it down to essential information. 
-- It’s 364 words. Cut out at least 100 words or more. 
-- Work in Word and email it to Professor O'Hara.

What's better than good southern cooking? Not much except a good southern boy of course who, not to mention, can play the guitar AND sing! Brad Paisley is coming to town with Rodney Atkins and Taylor Swift as a part of the GMC Country Megaticket. They will be playing together Saturday, September 22nd at the SoundAdvice Ampitheatre in West Palm Beach where you can catch them for a wide variety of ticket prices and choices. If you're a huge fan and you want the best of the best then you must get premium seating for $204.75. But if you are like me and you don't have that much cash to spend then you might want to opt for the general or lawn seats. Those general seats start at $20 and range up to $49.75 and lawn seats go for $18.75. In all honesty though the lawn seats are a great route to take if the weather is nice. You get to sprawl out on the grass and just lie back and then enjoy the music. It's pretty therapeutic if you ask me! 

If you're still not sure if Brad is right for you and you want to learn more about this artist here is the place for you to find out. He grew up in Glen Dale, West Virginia where he received his first guitar at the young age of just eight years old. After writing his first song at the age of 12 he continued to craft his work and got the chance to open for Ricky Skaggs and George Jones at the Capital Music Hall in Wheeling, West Virginia when he was only 13 years old! The rest is history. Fast forward to 1999, he got his big break with his song "Who Needs Pictures" and has risen to stardom over the recent years. He is happily married to actress Kimberly Williams and they have a young son together. 

All in all, this hot country singer seems to have it going on! What's not to love? Just remember to catch him this Saturday at the SoundAdvice Ampitheatre at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. so if you buy a lawn ticket get there early to claim your territory

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