Friday, April 16, 2010
The Great one meets the Great one
Score another one for Garth Brooks, who was honored today on capitol
Hill with the "Grammy on the Hill" award for leadership in advancing
the rights of music makers.
Garth did no singing but members of congress sang his biggest hit,
"Friends in Low Places" to him.
President Obama was on hand to congratulated Garth Brooks.
Garth has been retired since 2000 but has work so hard for
song writers all over the world since.
His award was well deserved and singer/song writers are better
off, thanks to his hard work.
Hats off to Garth Brooks.