Garth Treats Team to Private Show

Garth Brooks played a private show for the Nashville Predators hockey team and their guests, Sunday, Feb. 22, at The Tin Roof in Franklin, Tenn.

All members of the Predators signed up to participate in Garth’s charity, Teammates for Kids. When every player on a team signs up, Garth performs a private show for that team. According to reports, Garth played for about an hour and sang some of his big hits like "Friends in Low Places" and "The Dance," along with some George Jones and Merle Haggard tunes. Afterward, Garth posed for pictures with the team.

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