WATCH: Garth Brooks Joined Legendary Rock Band KISS on Stage 27 Years Ago

by Samantha Whidden
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While he may be known as a country legend, Garth Brooks has performed with other musicians outside of the country music genres, which includes the rock band KISS.

During an episode of The Late Show With Jay Leno in 1994, the rock group and Garth Brooks took the stage and performed “Hard Luck Woman.” 

Garth Brooks also reflects on the performance in a 2020 YouTube video.

Garth Brooks and KISS also hung out during the 26th Annual American Music Awards in 1999. So it seems like the group and country star have a long history together. 

Garth Brooks Celebrates Return Of Live Concerts

Over the weekend, Garth Brooks announced that live stadium concerts have officially returned. He took to his Instagram and shared some pics of his performance at his Las Vegas show that was held last Saturday (July 10th) at the Allegiant Stadium.

As previously reported, the show saw a sold-out crowd of 68,000, making the show the “first major stadium concert” since the COVID-19 pandemic caused shutdowns in March 2020. Garth Brooks also thanked the fans for attending the show by tweeting, “THANK YOU for my life and for tonight!!!”

Garth Brooks also proclaimed at his show that it was great to get back in the game and it’s the greatest feeling in the world. He then adds that he’s never been made to “feel at home” as quickly as the event’s large crowd made him feel. 

Garth Talks COVID-19 Precautions Prior To Las Vegas Concert 

Rolling Stone reports that during a press conference prior to the Las Vegas concert, Garth addressed precautions that he and his team are taking to avoid COVID-19.

“We’re taking all the precautions that we possibly can to make sure that we’re doing our part,” Garth states. “Then the rest of it you just kind of throw up to fate and common sense of the people you’re playing for.”

Garth then says that he really hopes that the message gets across to other musicians, who are planning live performances. He said he hopes they consider the importance of avoiding spreading COVID-19 among their fans.

“If you’re going to do it, do it responsibly until we can get back to being real musicians and not having to be responsible,” he declares. 

Garth Brooks will perform in Cheyenne, Kansas City, Lincoln, and Cincinnati. He will also be performing for the first time ever at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on July 31st. Garth’s next show will take place at the Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City this upcoming week.

Garth Brook’s live shows’ set also includes fan-favorite hits, including “The Thunder Rolls,” “Unanswered Prayers, “Ask Me How I Know,” and “Friends in Low Places.”

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