Garth Brooks insisted somebody deliver him two boozy rum drinks — “One for every hand!” — in his 1998 ingesting anthem “Two Piña Coladas.” Now he’s constructing his personal Nashville bar for his pals in low locations to knock ’em again.
On Tuesday, the nation singer introduced plans for a “new leisure idea” within the coronary heart of Nashville’s Decrease Broadway honky-tonk district. Brooks’ bar will sit at 411 Broadway, the previous residence of the glossy Downtown Sporting Membership and, earlier than that, the drink-up-and-be-somebody dive Paradise Park. It’ll additionally sit adjoining to Ernest Tubb’s File Store at 417 Broadway — no less than till the historic music retailer closes its doorways within the spring.
“We really feel very fortunate to have the prospect to be a part of Decrease Broad, which is arguably THE hottest spot within the nation,” the “Dive Bar” singer mentioned in an announcement. “The objective is a basic honky-tonk that welcomes all and encourages love and kindness whereas enjoying the best music on the planet within the residence of Nation Music!”
In line with a launch, further particulars in regards to the enterprise “relating to the idea and its opening” will likely be shared later.
Along with his announcement, Brooks — who’s enlisted Nashville’s Strategic Hospitality to function the area — turns into the most recent in a seemingly unending stream of nation stars opening bars in Nashville. In January, Eric Church revealed his plans to open a six-story leisure mecca downtown. Florida Georgia Line, Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, John Wealthy, Dierks Bentley, and Blake Shelton have already got branded bro bars within the leisure district, with Miranda Lambert the only real lady together with her personal membership. On Sunday, the Grammy-nominated singer skipped the awards ceremonies in Las Vegas to offer a shock efficiency onstage at her bar.
Brooks, recognized for hits like “Pals in Low Locations” and “Longneck Bottle,” will deliver his Stadium Tour to Nashville for 2 exhibits later this month: He’s set to play April 15 and 16 at Nissan Stadium.