Garth Brooks has always been good to his fans but he went that extra mile for one fan in Tennessee who couldn’t afford to buy tickets to one of his shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
In case you missed it, Goodlettsville, Tennessee resident Denver Schimming posted a sign in his yard last month as a plea for tickets. “Garth, my birthday is November 6th," the sign read. "Will work for tickets. Please."
To Denver’s surprise, one of Garth’s daughters actually saw the sign, and on Friday none other than Garth himself knocked on Denver’s door to hand him tickets to a show. "He shook my hand, gave me a big bear hug, and said, 'Merry Christmas,'" Schimming tells News Channel 5. "He handed me an envelope, and I mean, what do you say?"
And not only did Garth give Denver a ticket to his December 16th show, he gave him six so he could take his wife and four friends. Denver’s yard now has a new sign that simply says, “Thank you, Garth!"