Within minutes of Brad Paisley being announced as the opening act for the Rolling Stones on June 17 in Nashville, his team and family started fielding phone calls from other family, friends and strangers hoping they could score free tickets.

“There’s people I don’t know that called my father,” Paisley shares, adding, “It’s never a good indicator when they say ‘Do you remember me?’”

Paisley knows Carrie Underwood. She asked for tickets to the show via Twitter, and when the "Crushin' It" singer learned this, he smiled and said ... "No."

Now, if she wants to come sing 'Remind Me,' I could," he clarifies. Not a bad idea huh?"

A few hours later, Paisley either changed his mind, or country fans at the Stones show are in for a surprise:

The two friends exchange messages frequently, and Paisley often has some playful fun at Underwood's expense. She's one of the many superheroes in his new music video for "Crushin' It." He's friends with all the stars he included in the self-animated clip. He's not friends with the people bugging his dad for tickets to the LP Field show.

“It’s like, ‘How many do you think I get that I’m on the, 'Remember Me?' list?’”

The Rolling Stones will happen after CMA Festival in Nashville. From there, it's on to more Crushin' It tour dates with openers Mickey Guyton and Justin Moore. The "Better Than You Left Me" singer has a scene-stealing moment during Paisley's set, singing Alison Krauss' part in "Whiskey Lullaby."

“Mickey Guyton sings that as well as anyone since Alison," Paisley declares.

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