This Fan’s Sign Made Garth Brooks Stop in the Middle of His Concert


At a Garth Brooks concert in Minneapolis on Friday night, one standout sign distracted the country singer.

Teresa Shaw, who has been battling stage III breast cancer since June, was in the front row holding the large poster that read, “Chemo this morning, Garth tonight. Enjoy the dance,” according to KARE 11 News.

In the video below, you can see Shaw’s sign catch Brooks’ attention in the middle of a performance of his new song, “The Dance.” At the 2:35 minute mark, the singer sits down to serenade Shaw, before ending the song early to give her his guitar and and an emotional embrace.

To give away something like that is just remarkable,” Shaw told KARE 11 News. “And now if I ever have a bad day, I can always go look at his guitar and get inspiration.”

Watch the whole touching encounter in the video below:

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