Garth Brooks dropped a few bombs in a press conference Wednesday, July 29th. He revealed he has taken himself out of the running for Entertainer of the Year and that his daughter is recovering after testing positive for COVID-19.
During the online press conference, which Garth shared on his Facebook page, he was asked if he had any plans to open a bar in Nashville. The answer is YES!
“It’s coming in the future but it’s gonna be done the way we do it. So it’ll be its own place very much like Blake [Shelton’s Lower Broadway bar Ole Red is] is his own place. We’re gonna do it our own way.”
“It’s coming, I would say, probably in the next two years, three years but it’s unclear how far along in the process he is. However, the country star seems set on a location on Nashville’s famed Lower Broadway “because, well, man, when you talk about Broadway, that is ‘Friends in Low Places’ right there. It’s the perfect place.”
He’ll be in good company, along with Blake’s bar, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson and John Rich all have their own bars in Lower Nashville.