Garth Brooks

After the swearing-in of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, country music superstar Garth Brooks joined the inauguration stage to perform an American classic "Amazing Grace" for the audience.


The Performance

As the star performed for the country, he asked all in-person and at home home to join in.

"I'm going to ask you sing this last verse with me. Not just the people here, but the people at home, at work, as one...united."

Brooks was the last musical performance of the inauguration, and the work begins for President Biden and Vice President Harris.

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