While country artist Garth Brooks was performing at a recent concert in Lafayette, Louisiana, he noticed an interesting sign in the crowd. The poster, which was held by an older lady, said 'Elvis Was My Last Concert.'
When Garth spotted the sign, he just had to go over the woman and get the story behind the poster. As the audience went crazy, Garth found out that the sign's owner was 89-year-old grandmother, Laura. That's when Garth decided to do something amazing and serenade Laura with the song of her choice. She chose 'If Tomorrow Never Comes' and the crowd sang along with each line.
Garth was so moved by this moment he could barely get through the song without choking up! At the end, Garth handed Laura his guitar and her shocked face said it all. What an amazing moment for the entire arena to witness. I think Laura will remember this concert to a long time!