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Garth Brooks Stops Concert To Point At Fan’s Sign, Then Hands Him Guitar & Asks Him To Play.

Jeremy Larson is not your typical Garth Brooks fan.

The tattooed 24-year-old may look like he belongs at a rock’n’roll show, but the die hard fan has been following Garth and his music from childhood. In fact, Garth is the reason Larson started playing guitar and writing music.

Ever since he was a little tyke, Larson knew all about one of the kings of country.


When Garth finally made it to Minnesota on his 3 year world tour this summer, Larson was determined to catch his attention from the crowd.


Larson bought a ticket to every single performance that weekend in Billings, Montana and carried this sign with him everywhere he went.


On the second night of Garth’s performances, Larson was able to sit front and center in the crowd. The country superstar realized he’d seen the sign a few times that weekend, and decided to see what Larson was about.

Moments later, all of Larson’s dreams came true.


“I was at the Garth Brooks concert in Montana. I sat in the 2nd row on Saturday night. At the encore, I was holding the sign and Garth recognized me from a previous show I attended.”


“He ended up giving me his guitar and I played along with him while he performed “Which One Of Them”. It was a super amazing moment.”


“The only thing I have to say is thank you Garth, and God for everything that is going on in my life right now.”


In one night, Larson met his idol and played the first song he ever learned on a guitar, with the man that wrote it. The moment took Larson straight back to childhood when he and his father played Garth’s songs together.

Larson’s story goes to show, sometimes you have to go the extra mile to chase down your dreams. The young man, living on hope, went all in for the chance to meet the country legend… and that dream came true

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