Garth Brooks made a big announcement during Saturday's (October 20th) performance at Notre Dame Stadium and no one was really expecting it. The superstar was so moved by the crowd and the experience that he suddenly decided to bring his upcoming tour full-circle and return to Notre Dame at the end of the coming three years.
Garth tells us: “I think a lot of times people think entertainers just say things for the audience that they’re in front of. But the truth is, there is something incredibly special about Notre Dame. And right in the middle of all of it – these people sat through snow, they sang like it was perfect weather outside. They were fabulous. These people gave you the courage to take the first step. It would make sense to finish the American leg and come back and take the last step with them. And I look forward to completing that promise.” ” and what he called a “Music 101” medley that included The Beatles’ “Let It Be” and “Hey, Jude,” as well as traditional “housekeeping” that took cues from signs in the crowd for acoustic performances of “More Than a Memory” and “The Red Strokes.” Of course, Garth couldn't leave out “The Thunder Rolls,” “Friends in Low Places” and “The Dance.” Cameras captured it all for Garth: Live at Notre Dame!, the CBS-TV special that will air on December 2nd at 8 p.m. ET.
Source: Pulse of Radio