Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood to Host Live Isolation Concert on CBS From Their Home Studio

Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood are following up on the success of their Facebook concert with another performance from their home studio, Studio G, set to air live on CBS.

Garth and Trisha, who will celebrate fifteen years of marriage in December, are adapting to the changing times while staying connected with their fans.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood attend the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images.

THEIR LAST CONCERT WAS A HIT

Last Monday, the couple hosted a Facebook Live broadcast that attracted over 5 million viewers. The success of the concert then led CBS to organize a follow-up, which will air live on April 1. 

Called "Garth & Trisha Live!" the show will broadcast as a primetime special, but that is not all. Along with CBS, the couple reportedly said in a joint statement that they would also donate $1 million in aid of charities combating the coronavirus.

THE NETWORK WILL HONOR SAFETY REGULATIONS

Keeping in line with regulations, the network reportedly said that minimal crew will be involved in the filming and that they will be able to practice social distancing with the "extensive safety precautions" they have put in place. 

Produced by Horse of Troy Productions, Inc., the network described the primetime special as "an intimate concert for views looking for the comfort and shared joy of music."

WHEN THEIR SPECIAL WILL AIR

On March 30, Garth asked for song requests while reminding that their CBS special will air on Wednesday from 9 pm until 10 pm, live ET. 

Trisha and Garth officially began their life song together in December 2005. The second marriage for Garth, he divorced his college sweetheart, Sandy Mahl, in 1999 after they welcomed three daughters, Allie, August, and Taylor.

TRISH AND GARTH

After failed marriages to Chris Latham and Robert Reynolds, Trisha stepped into her third with Garth. With no children of her own, she became a stepmom to Garth's three daughters. 

However, even after years of marriage, Trish knows just how to move her husband to tears. The couple attended the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors in December, and in tribute to Linda Ronstadt, Trish performed one of her classic hits.

With Garth in the audience, Trish gave her rendition of "You're No Good," and her performance moved him so much that he visibly became emotional. 

During their Facebook Live Concert last Monday, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood stunned fans with their rendition of "Shallow."

However, millions of fans flocking to their online concert not only showed as a testament to their popularity, but it also crashed the site, several times.

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