Garth Brooks turned one honky tonk singer's experience in downtown Nashville's into the memory of a lifetime on Thursday (August 9th). Andy Gibbons, a local singer/songwriter was performing at the legendary Tootsie's Orchid Lounge on Broadway and singing "That Summer" when, according to reports, Garth was walking nearby and heard the song. He immediately left the group he was with and joined Andy on stage to perform the song. They also did a rendition of "Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)."
Andy told The Boot that the request for "That Summer" came from a couple sitting near the stage. During the song, Andy noticed someone pushing through the crowd and jump up onstage to start singing. He thought it was a Garth look-alike at first. He said, "I did a double take and listened closer and thought, 'Oh, man, nope . . . This is actually Garth Brooks!"
Garth is currently moving up the charts with "All Day Long," the first single from his upcoming album.