Watch Garth Brooks Serenade 89-Year-Old Fan With “If Tomorrow Never Comes”

Watch Garth Brooks Serenade 89-Year-Old Fan With “If Tomorrow Never Comes”

There was another impromptu fan moment at a Garth Brooks concert over the weekend.

On July 1 at the Cajundome in Lafayette, La., Garth noticed 89-year-old fan, Miss Laura, holding a sign that read “Elvis Was My Last Concert”—and she wasn’t referring to Elvis Costello. The last concert Miss Laura attended was in New Orleans to see Elvis Presley, who has been dead for almost 40 years.

After a brief chat with Miss Laura, Garth serenaded her with “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” his first No. 1 hit. Garth ended the ditty by presenting his guitar to Miss Laura.

Last month, Garth gave one of his guitars to a concertgoer named Jeremy, who was holding a sign that read “3 concerts down, two more to go!!! Waited 24 years to meet you!! You are the reason I play guitar.”

Watch the video of Garth and Miss Laura below.

photo and video courtesy of True France via YouTube

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