Brooks’ concert started with flashback to classic performance of his song ‘One Night A Day’ from his This Is Garth Brooks Too live DVD.
He was then joined by wife Trisha Yearwood, who joined him and performed with him throughout the concert.
“It’s also studio T!” she proclaimed during the show.
The concert included ‘If I Hadn’t Been For Love,’ the Don McLean classic ‘Vincent (Stary Stary Night),’ ‘Blood Is Thicker Than Water,’ ‘Whiskey To Wine,’ ‘It Don’t Matter To The Sun,’ a cover of ‘Shallow’ and Brook’s classics ‘The River’ and ‘The Red Stokes.’
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Inside Studio G by Request!! love, g #GarthRequestLiveUPDATE: I know I said I was going to take this down, but some people said in comments that they got kicked off because of capacity. So, we are leaving it up through the west coast airing until 8pm PT. love you all, g & T
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While Urban performed a six song set in his home recording studio.
It included a performance of ‘The Gambler’ in tribute to the late and great Kenny Rogers.
The full track listing was:
- ‘Never Comin’ Down’
- ‘You Gonna Fly’
- ‘Somewhere in My Car’
- ‘The Gambler’
- ‘God Whispered Your Name’
- ‘Wasted Time’
Urban’s wife Nicole Kidman was also prominently featured in the show.
She even performed “guitar tech” duties.