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Oct 17

Brad Paisley Wants You to Make Your Own “I Can’t Change the World” Video

Brad Paisley Wants You to Make Your Own "I Can't Change the World" Video

Brad Paisley photo by Jim Shea, courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

If you’ve ever wanted to make a music video, now’s your chance! Brad Paisley wants you to make your own video for his new single, “I Can’t Change the World.” He has teamed up with Magisto, the automatic video-editing app, to encourage fans to make clips that celebrate someone who has changed their world.

Magisto’s free video-editing app makes it quick and easy for fans to create their own professional-looking music videos. Fans choose the video clips and photos they want to use from their phones, tablets or computers and then choose Magisto’s “Country” editing theme. They click the create button and five to seven minutes later, their music video is ready for viewing.

Through October 29, all Magisto-created movies that include the hashtag #changedmyworld in their title and Brad’s “I Can’t Change the World” as the music bed will be entered to win special prizes. A grand prize winner will receive a Sony BluRay Home Theater System, Brad’s entire catalog including a signed copy of Wheelhouse and a personalized video message from Brad. Ten runner ups will receive a signed copy of Wheelhouse while the creators of the 50 most-liked movies will receive one year of Magisto Plus Premium for free.

Brad is currently headlining his Beat This Summer Tour. He will co-host the 47th Annual CMA Awards with Carrie Underwood on November 6. The show will air live on ABC at 8/7c. Just before the show you can see all the red carpet action on Great American Country, LIVE at 7/6c!

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Posted at 11:27 am, October 17, 2013 | Permalink

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