Garth Brooks Told a Scottish TV Show That Being on Stage was Like Sex (In 1994)

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In 1994 Garth Brooks appeared on the Scottish TV show, “Kirsty” where he was so soft-spoken, one could only describe him as “demure.”

Garth talked about what it was like playing shows on the road with small children at home and played “If Tomorrow Never Comes” for the audience.

During this rare clip, Garth also tells the story about the first time he went to Nashville and things didn’t go as planned— he was only there for 24 hours and he left.

The real greatness came from the audience participation part of the show:

  • Someone called Garth’s shirts, “crackin’.”
  • Garth couldn’t understand a question about “The Dance.”
  • Even way back in 1994 Garth was accused of going “pop.”

However, Garth’s real moment to shine came at the 13-minute mark when he described being on stage like having sex. Definitely not something Garth would say now. Probably. Right?

 

Thank goodness Garth’s career didn’t go anything like Vanilla Ice’s career.

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