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article imageGarth Brooks showcases big heart, sings for cancer patient

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 9, 2014 in Music
Minneapolis - Country superstar Garth Brooks proves to be a musician with a big heart. At his Minneapolis concert, he serenaded a cancer patient.
Prior to singing one of his signature ballads "The Dance," he saw the fan's sign at his concert and he took that opportunity to make her night very memorable. Her moving sign read as follows: "Chemo this morning, Garth tonight, Enjoying the dance."
The country superstar walked over to the breast cancer patient, named Teresa, and he began serenading her. He also gave her his guitar as a souvenir. This cause is something that is dear to Brooks' heart, especially since both his mother and sister passed away from cancer.
That poignant moment at his Minneapolis concert was captured on YouTube, and it may be seen by clicking here.
Brooks' forthcoming studio album Man Against Machine will be released on November 11, 2014, via his new record label, RCA Nashville. It features his lead single "People Loving People," which was a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts.
He is out on the road bringing music to his fans, while touring with his wife, Grammy-winning country songstress Trisha Yearwood.
For more information on Country Music Hall of Famer Garth Brooks, check out his official website.
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