Garth Brooks Honors Vets on “Good Morning America”; Talks Christmas Album With Trisha Yearwood

Garth Brooks Honors Vets on “Good Morning America”; Talks Christmas Album With Trisha Yearwood

In honor of Veterans Day today (Nov. 11), Garth Brooks appeared on Good Morning America in New York to show his support for our military by performing “Belleau Wood,” a track from his 1997 album, Sevens.

Garth co-wrote the poignant track about soldiers in the midst of war who call a Christmas truce and join together on the battlefield to sing “Silent Night.” The song reflects a brief moment in time where peace and the human spirit—no matter their differences—triumphed over battle.

Surrounded by U.S military members in the studio, Garth performed a stirring rendition of the song, honoring all who fight for the freedoms we enjoy today.

Garth also went on to talk about his just-released Christmas album, Christmas Together, with wife Trisha Yearwood, who made a surprise appearance on the show. He also discussed his new boxed set, Garth Brooks: The Ultimate Collection, which is only available at Target and contains 126 songs, including his new album, Gunslinger.

Watch GMA’s interview with Garth and Trisha, as well as Garth’s performance of “Belleau Wood.”


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