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Brad Paisley launching country ‘lifestyle’ channel

Brad Paisley launching country ‘lifestyle’ channel

KEEPIN' IT COUNTRY: The channel will feature daily shows "dedicated to concert road trips, comedy, Vine and YouTube stars, hunting and outdoor activities." Photo: Associated Press

Brad Paisley is set to launch a digital “country music lifestyle” channel next month.

The “Celebrity” hitmaker has teamed up with bosses at WME, Taillight, ARC Entertainment and Walmart on My Country Nation, which is slated to premiere online in September (14).

The channel will feature daily shows “dedicated to concert road trips, comedy, Vine and YouTube stars, hunting and outdoor activities,” according to Billboard.com.

A statement from Paisley reads: “My Country Nation is a great concept and I’m glad to be working with a few of my friends to make it a reality.”

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