Garth Brooks Extends Invite To Travis Kelce After Catching Chiefs Star’s Rendition Of Popular Song

Garth Brooks performs "Good Ride Cowboy" during The 39th Annual CMA Awards - Garth Brooks Performs in Times Square at Times Square in New York City, New York, United States. Patrick Mahomes #15 and Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs address the crowd during the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LVIII victory parade on February 14, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Garth Brooks extended an invite to Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce after catching his rendition of Brooks’ popular 1990 song “Friends in Low Places.”

During the 62-year-old country singer’s “Inside Studio G” show on Tuesday, Brooks said he thought Kelce’s performance of his song at the Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade was “fantastic” and wanted him and his Chiefs teammates to sing it at Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places” bar grand opening in Nashville on March 7, People magazine reported.

“Did you guys see Travis Kelce’s version of ‘Friends in Low Places?'” Garth said on the show. “Did you see him sing this? I loved it, I thought it was fantastic.”

“It blew me away because I’m sitting there watching it as it’s going down, right?” he added. “I never expected that.”

“Big man, I’m just telling you this. I will be at [the] grand opening if you’re there,” Brooks continued. “I’ll send a plane if you want and come and get another shot at the title. If you want to come sing that, I’ll send a plane.”

The “Thunder Rolls” hitmaker said Kelce could come alone, or bring his teammates, or even his brother Jason Kelce, noting that the plane holds 11 people.

“So, yes, I’ll be happy to send this invite out to you if you want to try a little ‘Friends in Low Places’ in Friends in Low Places,” Brooks said. 

The invite comes after Kelce, who had been noticeably celebrating the team’s Super Bowl victory, took the mic at the rally and asked fans if they knew the song to join in and sing along.


The Chiefs player then attempted to sing the words “blame it all on my roots….” as he struggled through the lyrics to include a line about “ruining the 49ers affair” following the Chiefs 25-22 victory.

At one point, he even changed the lyrics to include Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

“….Took that glass of champagne…Pat took that glass of champagne, I promise you.”


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