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Brad Paisley Invites Officers To Concert After Seeing Viral ‘God Bless America’ Video

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Brad Paisely invited several police officers to his concert after seeing a viral video of the group singing “God Bless America” in their patrol cars.

“Yep. Happy 4th everyone! Oh and if you officers wanna sing when I play MA in August, open invite. #4thJuly,” the 45-year-old country singer tweeted, along with the video of officers Stephen McNulty and Kim Tavares belting out the song, according to Fox News Friday.

In the video, Tavares starts to harmonize and the sing the song then asked her partner what note it was. McNulty responds, “I think it’s a G,” before she launches into “God Bless America.” Then McNulty steps in and shows off what he can do.

Singer Brad Paisley performs onstage at the 3rd Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala on November 17, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Save the Children)

Singer Brad Paisley performs onstage at the 3rd Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala on November 17, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Save the Children)

The Boston Police Department caught Paisley’s post and responded that they “would be honored” to join him.

“Hey @BradPaisley, our officers would be honored to sing with you when you come to town in August. Consider the invitation warmly and enthusiastically accepted. #Happy4thofJuly2018!!!,” the police department tweeted.

In May, the country singer also showed some love for first responders when he helped organize the “2nd Responders” benefit show in California for those who helped battle the wildfires and mudslides that hit the state in 2017.