Brad PaisleyBrad Paisley is clearly enjoying his 'American Saturday Night' tour. In fact, the CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee is having so much fun on the road he's decided to extend the tour into 2010, adding two of country's hottest stars to the line-up: Justin Moore and Miranda Lambert.

Both artists have extensive touring experience, as well as recent success at the top of the charts. Justin, who previously toured with Trace Adkins, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Hank Williams, Jr., scored a No.1 hit with his debut single, 'Small Town USA.' And Miranda, whose latest album, 'Revolution,' debuted at No. 1., just finished Kenny Chesney's Sun City Carnival Tour, alongside Sugarland, Montgomery Gentry and Lady Antebellum.

Currently on the road with his pals Dierks Bentley and Jimmy Wayne, Brad had originally planned to complete his 41-city run by the end of October. But the chart-topping momentum of his 'American Saturday Night' album, and a No.1 and Top 10 single from the disc, plus an impressive seven nominations for the upcoming CMA Awards have encouraged him to keep the party going a little longer.

The newly-announced American Saturday Night tour dates kick off in January in San Antonio, and will run through March.