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Music City
NASHVILLE STARS SUPPORT THE FIRST AMENDMENT
6/25/20

RCA Nashville’s Kane Brown and Arista Nashville’s Brad Paisley are among 21 other stars joining a nationwide campaign to save the First Amendment.

Launched by Middle Tennessee State University’s Free Speech Center, hundreds of newspapers and media outlets will begin running ads on July 4th of the 1 For All Campaign for the First Amendment, which features celebrities supporting the freedom of speech, press and assembly.

In addition to Paisley and Brown, who’s ad features lyrics from his latest release, “Worldwide Beautiful,” ads will feature the likes of Loretta Lynn, Darius Rucker, Jason Isbell, Rosanne Cash, Ruby Amanfu, Billy Ray Cyrus, Colton Dixon, Scott Hamilton and Ann Patchett, among others.

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