What Song Does Garth Brooks Call the Worst Song He Ever Wrote?

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Last night in front of an intimate Nashville, Tennessee crowd at City Winery, Garth Brooks shared the stage with Lee Brice, Jessi Alexander, Bobby Braddock and Sandy Knox to perform their “First and Worst” songs. Garth came to win by “trying to sing the evening’s worst song”, according to the Tennessean.

The song that Garth thought was a sure bet is called “Anybody But Bill“, and it left the crowd in stitches as the worldwide phenomenon crooned about the men his wife shouldn’t date in the event of his untimely demise.

The City Winery show benefited the Music Health Alliance and raised approximately $100,000.

Watch Garth Brooks perform the song below!






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