Garth Brooks has played his fair share of concert venues over the years but the country legend had never performed on Nashville's famed Lower Broadway -- that is until last night.
On Monday evening (Feb. 5), Garth was in Nashville as part of the annual Country Radio Seminar and after surprising an audience at the Omni Hotel when he popped on stage to join Jason Aldean for two songs, he decided to bring the party to Broadway.
Garth and his band took the stage at Layla's where he performed a slew of his hits including "Ain't Going Down (Til the Sun Comes Up)" and "Two of a Kind Working on a Full House." Even the country superstar found it hard to believe that it was his first time playing the honky tonk: "First time on Broadway and it was AWESOME!!! I LOVE this town #Nashville!!!!" he shared alongside two photos on Twitter.
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