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See Paisley's tribute to the late senator.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
August 27, 2018

As Americans nationwide mourn the death of Senator John McCain, who died this Saturday of brain cancer, country star Brad Paisley took a moment at his Bristow, Virginia concert this weekend to honor the influential politician and war hero.

Paisley paid homage to McCain on Saturday night with a performance of 2005's soulful "When I Get Where I'm Going" off of his album Time Well Wasted followed by the display of McCain's photo on the big screen. See a brief clip from a fan in attendance below.

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On Instagram, Paisley shared two photos from the show featuring the McCain tribute alongside a moving caption. "We lost an American hero today," he wrote. "Thank you for your service to our country, and your bravery, Sen. McCain."

To learn more about the late senator's life or donate to a charitable cause in his honor, you can visit his website at JohnMcCain.com for more information.