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Brad Paisley, Alison Krauss & Union Station, and Charley Pride receive an invitation to perform a special concert for the President, First Lady, and invited guests in the White House...and GAC cameras were there! Country At The White House brings you an exclusive look at the performance, held in the historic East Room under the glittering lights of three massive, gold chandeliers. Songs and stories abound, as the three Opry members represent country music in the White House Music Series, part of an Arts initiative designed to focus on American culture.
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Earlier in the day, Paisley and Krauss are the guests of honor at a songwriting workshop held in the White House State Dining Room, designed to promote arts education. Over 120 middle and high school students from several states get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend and interact with the artists. Host Storme Warren follows 40 of these students on their journey from Nashville's W.O. Smith School of Music, as they attend the workshop, visit the National Mall, and attend a session of Congress. It's a truly special day that Paisley calls one of the most "artistically satisfying moments" of his career. Join us for this exclusive presentation of Country At The White House, only on GAC!