By Annie Reuter
Brad Paisley is a man of his word.
In January, after learning of a 21-year-old guitar player named Blaze, who made a video professing his desire to jam with Paisley, the country singer followed through on his promise that he would gladly jam with Blaze.
After sending a tweet, offering to jam at Guitar Center with the young musician, Paisley went well beyond his promise of just one meeting with the guitarist. He also invited him onstage to play at his concert on March 5 in Colorado Springs, Colo., where the two alternated taking lead on guitar with some impressive riffs.
According to The Boot, Paisley and Blaze shared the stage at his concert and played Stevie Ray Vaughan‘s “Pride and Joy,” Joe Walsh‘s “Rocky Mountain Way” and Paisley’s “River Bank” and “Alcohol.”
Brad Paisley (@BradPaisley) March 06, 2015
Paisley’s most recent album, Moonshine in the Trunk, is out now.