Brad Paisley, Chris Young and Chase Bryant were a few of the artists who participated in this weekend’s “Dance Party to End Alz,” which raised a lot of money for Alzheimer’s research.
In case you missed it, the 80s dance party took place at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon, hosted by Brad’s wife Kimberly Williams Paisley and Blair Garner, and raised more than $340,000, which went to the Alzheimer's Association research programs.
The night featured some amazing performances, with all the artists tackling their favorite 80s tunes. Songs performed include “Boys of Summer” and “Hot For Teacher” by Brad, “You Dropped The Bomb on Me,” by Chris, “Superstition” and Dirty Diana,” by Chase, “Another One Bites the Dust,” by Lindsey Ell and more. Darius Rucker even stopped by as a surprise guest and performed “Purple Rain,” with Brad.