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Garth Brooks has a Plan B for his career … you know, in case the music thing doesn’t work out.

He can be a wedding planner.

Truth.

At his tour stop in Indianapolis over the weekend, Garth spotted a newly engaged couple that needed help with their upcoming nuptials. “I see that you need some help choosing a Garth wedding song,” he said after reading their sign. “Now honey,” he continued. “I can do a lot more than that. I can plan all the colors. I can do all of that stuff. Because look at me, I’m just screaming fashion.”

Who knew?

In his boots, jeans and t-shirt, Garth didn’t look much like Randy Fenoli from “Say Yes to the Dress.” But, then again, that’s country.

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Now, once the superstar got serious, he realized he had a large catalog of songs to choose from. And after singing just a bar of “She’s Every Woman” (an excellent choice), he launched into “To Make You Feel My Love,” giving the couple a few different wedding song options.

Center stage, sharing the spotlight with just an acoustic guitar and Garth, the future Mr. and Mrs. were featured on the big screen sweetly holding each other and sharing kisses.

And it was magic.

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Garth also spilled the beans that he and his team are in the process of making a live album, so they’re recording shows on his tour.

So, “Mr. Above-and-Beyond” told the couple, “We’ll cut this part, this song that we just did, we’ll just cut it out for you if you want to use it in your wedding, this performance.”

Of course, they said, “No, thank you.”

Just kidding!

And then, because he’s just that dang thoughtful, Garth gave them an out and said, “The main thing is, it’s your wedding, nobody else’s, so we’ll get it to you. If you use it, you use it. If you don’t, just get it to remember this night. Congratulations.”

Who would not use it?

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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