Garth Brooks Plays SMALL Nashville Club For 1 Night.

Garth Brooks Breaks Out The Hits For Intimate Nashville Show as Superstar Plays Smallest Venue In 30 Years  | Billboard                      


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Garth Brooks took to the Broadway stage on Monday night (Feb. 5). Not in New York, but the famous strip of seedy bars and nightclubs on Lower Broadway in Nashville.    

Playing the smallest venue the superstar has played in nearly 30 years, Brooks and his band crammed close together on a stage slightly larger than a postage stamp at Layla’s for an exhilarating, intimate, invite-only show before around 200 radio station program directors during Country Radio Seminar.     

The confines were so cozy that Brooks took requests from the program directors, some of whom had been around since his first single, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)” peaked at No. 8 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart in 1989, right through his most recent No. 1, last fall’s “Ask Me How I Know.” 

“Tell me a story of a song that you love, hopefully one of mine,” he said, leading to people sharing poignant tales about broken relationships made whole through his music or memories of departed loved ones, whose spirits came back alive through his tunes. 

More on the night from Billboard HERE

Garth Brooks’ Set List

“Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House”


“That Summer”

“Callin’ Baton Rouge”

“Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old”)

“To Make You Feel My Love”

“If Tomorrow Never Comes” 


“The Thunder Rolls”

“Ask Me How I Know”

“The River”

“The Red Strokes”

“The Beaches Of Cheyenne”

“Standing Outside The Fire”

“She’s Every Woman”

“Papa Loved Mama”

“We Shall Be Free”

“Two Pina Coladas”

“Not Counting You” 

“The Dance”

“Friends In Low Places” 

“Ain’t Going Down (’Til the Sun Comes Up)”

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