Brad Paisley is doing what he can to give back to those who deserve it most.
The country star recently teamed up with Amazon for their new docuseries, Regular Heroes, which highlights the heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic and those who have been selflessly helping others during this time. In Paisley's episode, titled "The Farmer, the Mechanic, and the Bus Driver," he is seen FaceTiming a man named Daniel Hayden and his wife Danielle, who own a cattle and chicken farm in Kentucky.
"I so appreciate you keeping the food chain going for all of us," Paisley tells them over FaceTime. "I know this is tough right now with the family farm and what you're having to do, and I'm gonna give you a couple of things today that I think maybe you need."
Paisley then asked the couple to walk outside to their porch where they were then gifted with a year's supply of N95 masks to help keep them and their staff safe at the farm. Next, they opened a box which contained two matching Hayden Farms belt buckles. For their final surprise, Paisley told the couple, who has been trying to start a family, that they will be given financial assistance for fertility treatments.
"We'd like to help the two of you with fertility treatments in the hopes that you can have a child to pass this farm down to, keeping it in the family," Paisley said.
"That means the world to us," Hayden said as he began to tear up. "That is our number one priority- passing it on to the next generation… we've had trouble with that for a while."
"We need more people like you," Paisley responded. "So, we are going to try to help you make them."
Regular Heroes started airing on May 8 on Prime Video. Every Friday through July 3 a new episode is released. See a clip highlighting Paisley's episode below.
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