Everyone knows the man can sing, but did you know he could do THIS?
This Grammy-winning country music superstar has been known for his impressive songwriting, unmatched vocal talent, and super-hit songs that have soared across the charts - but his artistry far surpasses just music and in this brand-new video, he revealed his secret talent to the world.
Obviously a huge Nashville Predators fan and supporter, Brad Paisley worked with the NHL and Predators management to secure a very special place he could give back to his favorite team.
Together with Bridgestone Arena, Paisley hand-painted a custom graffiti-style mural on a massive wall inside the arena that pairs both the spirit of Nashville's country music heritage with their love and pride for the Predators!
Along with Paisley, world-renowned guitar painter and Nashville resident, Rob Hendon took to the wall for this freehanded tribute to the team and country music that will leave you completely breathless.
The whole process took more than five hours to paint and Paisley used just a photo as a reference to freehand paint the Predators' logos.
"Well, I could always draw growing up," Paisley said. "When I started doing graffiti, I did it because I had this blank wall at my farm that was about as interesting as that gray wall over there. It was nothing and it's right behind my studio; its where I want to be creative. I actually wrote on the wall, 'Sorry, this wall was boring me.' And that's kind of what was happening here. This was the most boring wall in Nashville five hours ago."
The incredible mural features several Predators logos, the skyline of Nashville, two guitars, and an oversized catfish.
Watch the time-lapse photo of Brad Paisley's team effort alongside Rob Hendon below and for the full report by NHL, visit their website.