Country superstar Brad Paisley was under the impression of two singing Boston police.
Brad Paisley wants to share the spotlight with two talented agents.
The country crooner took to Twitter on July Fourth parts of a viral video of Boston officers Stephen McNulty and Kim Tavares performing “God Bless America” in their patrol car.
The 45-year-old was so stunned by the patriotic performance, he tweeted, “If you officers want to sing when I play MA in August, open invite.”
Yep. Happy 4th everyone! 🎤🇺🇸 Oh and if you think the officers want to sing when I play MA in August, open invite. #4thJuly pic.twitter.com/USXD475MnM
— Brad Paisley (@BradPaisley) July 4, 2018
A moment later the Boston Police department, replied: “Hey @BradPaisley, our officers would be honored to sing with you when you go to the city in August. Consider the invitation cordially and enthusiastically accepted.”
In the video, McNulty and Tavares are seen patroling the streets in their police car when they decided to take part in a sing-along. If Tavares is willing to harmonize, she asked her partner what she sings.
“I think it’s a G,” McNulty answered directly, before Tavares launched into “God Bless America.” Soon after, McNulty joins her and let his own powerful pipes.
Hey @BradPaisley, our officers would be honored to sing with you when you go to the city in August. Consider the invitation cordially and enthusiastically accepted. #Happy4thofJuly2018!!! https://t.co/To3W3II4xf
— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) 5 July 2018
This is not the first time Paisley has expressed his admiration for the professionals.
Back in May, Taste of Country reported Paisley has organized the “2nd Responders” benefit concert in California to celebrate aid workers who were on the front lines, battling the dangerous wildfires and mudslides that wreaked havoc in 2017.