Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood decided to come together on Facebook Live after being requested several times by their fans, but they could not come live on Facebook for any reason.
She tried to come live on Facebook several times but she crashed every time. A week later, he decided to come live and watched by 5.2 million viewers on the social media platform.
The musical power couple went live in front of their fans on Wednesday. “Garth and Trisha Live!”
His live program aired hourly from Brooks’ “Studio G” in Nashville at the request of CBS. Eventually the network was fine and their one-hour program entertained people without any trouble.
Brooks explained that “it’s about requests and playing music and being together – apart – if that makes sense.”
CBS and Brooks-Yearwood later announced to donate $ 1 million to Coronavirus relief efforts after participating in the program.