Brad Paisley: VIP Suite Tickets for Country Star's Concert at the STAPLES Center
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The last date listed for Brad Paisley was Friday February 19, 2010 / 7:30pm.
We always park at the corner of Pico and Figeuroa. There is a lot behind the Hooters and a Mexican restaurant. The fee is $15 which I believe is cheaper than parking at the Staples Center. It is a short walk from the center and you can grab a good meal before heading over to see the game. The Mexican spot is pretty good, especially their salsa.Los Angeles Clippers Preseason info • Oct 23 2014 star this tip starred
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I loved it! The show was great, and the suite was great. We had a perfect view of the stage. I did think there would be food service and was a bit disappointed when there wasn't but that wasn't a deal breaker it was still a great night.
Brad Paisley is a walking testament to modern-day country’s possibilities. His albums are cornucopias of words and music that provide alternately poignant and hilarious journeys across the human landscape. A triple threat recognized as one of the finest singers, songwriters, and guitar slingers of his generation, he brings a wide spectrum of subjects and styles to records as diverse and accomplished as anything being done today, and he manages it all with true wit and distinctive style.
Now, with the release of his eighth album, American Saturday Night, Brad proves once again that he remains a master of his craft – or, more accurately, his crafts. The album’s first single, “Then,” became the 14th #1 of his career – and his 10th consecutive chart-topper – extending a streak unmatched by any other country artist in nearly 20 years. The fastest rising single of his career, the song spent three weeks at #1 and has become a couples favorite, with fans adopting the ballad of love growing better over time as an “our song” unlike anything Brad has ever recorded. Indeed, his singing has never been more nuanced than in “Then,” or in “No,” an observation of life and prayer penned with “Whiskey Lullaby” writers Jon Randall and Country Music Hall-of-Famer Bill Anderson.