It seems like Garth Brooks just can't get enough of Nashville these days. Just a few weeks after performing his first-ever show at the Ryman Auditorium, he returned to one of the venues that helped launch his career.
Just hours after announcing a free concert at Nashville's Ascend Amphitheater set for later this month, he traveled to one of the city's premiere listening rooms for a surprise appearance. Brooks sat in with songwriters Pat Alger, Tony Arata, Kent Blazy and Victoria Shaw and played some of his biggest hits to a stunned crowd.
DJ Bobby Bones was on hand to watch the epic performance, and shared this video of Brooks and friends singing "Tomorrow Never Comes."
Brooks will play a free show in celebration of becoming the first solo artist in history to have seven of his albums sell over 10 million copies. The performance will be held at Nashville's Ascend Amphitheater, and tickets will be given away tonight (Oct. 4) through Tennessee Tourism's Snapchat account (@Tennessee).
If you can't make it to the Music City, you can still catch Brooks on his massive World Tour through November. He'll hit Richmond, Va., Charleston, W.V. and Orlando, Fla. before taking a break for the holiday season. You can find additional info about his upcoming performances at Brooks' official website.