Garth Brooks Lets Fans Pick His Duet Partner

Garth Brooks Lets Fans Pick His Duet Partner | Country Music Videos

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Continuing on his first tour in over a decade, the legendary country star gives his fans an opportunity to select the artist he will duet with on an upcoming tour stop. 

Garth Brooks will be stopping over in Las Vegas for a few days filled with shows this summer and made an open invitation to his fans, asking them to suggest another artist for him to sing with when he arrives. 

Brooks has already made headlines a few times in recent months, most notably from his duet with one of the biggest names in music: Justin Timberlake

The pop-gone-country artist surprised thousands of fans at his Nashville concert by bringing Brooks on stage for a special performance of Brooks’ 1990 hit, “Friends In Low Places”

Compounding on that success, Brooks posted to Facebook recently requesting fans to tell him who they want to see on stage next to him singing that same iconic country tune! 

Brooks wrote, “If you got to pick, what artist would YOU like to see me perform ‘Friends In Low Places’ with in Vegas?” 

Many people have responded with Justin Timberlake again, but others have mentioned fellow country acts like, Brooks & Dunn, Reba, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, and Home Free. 

So, the question remains, who would YOU like to see up there with Mr. Brooks? 

His full Facebook post is below, and make sure you watch his duet with Justin Timberlake in the video below! 


If you got to pick, what artist would YOU like to see me perform ‘Friends in Low Places’ with in Vegas? Leave your…

Posted by Garth Brooks on Tuesday, February 9, 2016



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