Numerous posters are frequently seen at concerts as attendees try to get the attention of the performing musician.
People are known for trying to indicate their country music idol while Garth Brooks is performing, especially during his performances.
For good reason, Brooks is regarded as the king of country music. Every person who is fortunate enough to be in the crowd connects with his high-energy performances. One of these individuals was a diminutive elderly woman watching a Brooks concert in Lafayette, Louisiana.
When Brooks started asking folks in the Cajundome arena for song requests, the audience cheered. He glanced over at the woman holding a sign that read, “Elvis Was My Last Concert,” all of a sudden.
This original sign evidently delighted Brooks. Later, it came to light that the woman, Miss Laura, was there at the concert with her granddaughter and daughter. The three women were enjoying a special treat while out celebrating Miss Laura’s 89th birthday.
Brooks walked over to Miss Laura and said, “For an 89-year-old, you look great.” He then began singing the catchy “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” one of his most well-known songs. Miss Laura’s birthday would have been a success just on the basis of that. But Brooks went a step farther and gave the kind woman a unique gift.
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