Garth Brooks has plenty of awards and prizes on his mantle, but none quite like this: Garth has been honored with the nation’s Library of Congress Prize for Popular Song, also known as the Gershwin Prize. You can watch the ceremony tonight at 9 pm on KCTS Channel 9 as it is PBS stations broadcasting the show called Garth Brooks: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.
Garth Brooks certainly has plenty of awards and prizes on his mantle, but none quite like this: This week Garth received an honor from his Nation: The Library of Congress Prize for Popular Song, also known as the Gershwin Prize.
Trevor Moawad is the mental conditioning coach who advised Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russel Wilson AGAINST listening to country music, because he feels like it has a negative impact on the listener. Fitz goes straight to the top by asking Garth Brooks for his opinion on the matter, and Trevor hears it from the man himself. The conversation gets heated, But you can’t back a good Garth down.
Garth Brooks was showing some love to one of the greatest running backs of all time, Barry Sanders, of the Detroit Lions while playing a show in Motown Saturday night. However, some people on the internet do not know who Barry Sanders is, and thought this was an endorsement for possible Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders.