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Garth Brooks has done it again. He has made another one of his fans feel incredibly special.

And that makes us feel absolute joy.

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On June 24, Garth wowed a packed crowd during his concert at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Between songs, he noticed one overly excited fan in the front row holding up a neon sign.

What people might not know is that the fan’s name is Tammy Roach. She’s attended 25 Garth shows throughout her life. The poster that she was carrying featured a photo of her kissing Garth on the cheek from 1997, along with the title of his song “More Than a Memory.”

“Do you remember me?” Tammy cried out to Garth, “I remember you.”

Tammy’s question sparked a conversation between the two in front of thousands of people. Garth asked her about her poster, which led to her requesting for his autograph. And, of course, he was more than happy to give her his signature. Heck, he even did the grand gesture of serenading her and the rest of his beloved fans with “More Than a Memory.”

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While Tammy has plenty of memories from Garth’s previous concerts, this one was indeed “More Than a Memory”!

In fact, it’s sure to be one that she’ll never forget.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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