New York is well represented in Brad Paisley's new video for 'No I in Beer,' with appearances from teachers, grocery store superheroes and two best friends.

How do you make a country music video during a pandemic? If you're Brad Paisley, you call on a few friends and hundreds of fans around the world to help you out.

Paisley has been spending his time in quarantine, going on a virtual pub crawl, crashing zoom parties. The footage was included in his new video for 'No I in Beer' and features several groups from New York, including Watertown teachers, grocery store superheroes in Dewitt and two best friends from Rochester who want the world to relax and have a beer.

Benjamin Smith and Marcus Ellis went viral after trying to bring unity to their neighborhood. The men set up signs at the end of their driveway - Black or White. Relax and have a beer. So Paisley did just that, on Zoom, even sending them all the beer A.J.s Warehouse had.

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A group of teachers in Watertown were surprised when Paisley crashed their Happy Hour zoom party.  "If anybody deserves a drink right now, it's teachers," he said.


Paisley chatted with Wegman workers in Dewitt, who were dressing up as superheroes. "I'm so inspired by people like you. What a way to make your customers feel a little bit safer."

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All three groups are featured in Paisley's new video, 'No I in Beer.'

Darius Rucker, Tim McGraw, Jimmy Allen also joined Paisley in the video and the blooper reel is hilarious!

Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Lindsay Ell and even Peyton Manning made an appearance. Manning's daughter wasn't very impressed though, asking Brad, "Is there any effects you can put in?"

Check out 'No I in Beer' and see if you can find the teachers, supermarket superheroes and best friends.

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