Garth Brooks Will Sell Bud Light In New Bar: ‘Love Each Other’


Garth Brooks‘ The new Nashville bar and honky-tonk Friends in Low Places are opening this summer—and the country star shares that everyone is welcome… apart from the scumbags.

during a panel chat Billboard Country LiveBrooks shared his thoughts, talking about a transphobic boycott. bud lightafter the company is listed transgender impressive Dylan Mulvaney For a marketing campaign.

“I want it to be a place where you feel safe. Brooks said of his new job, I want it to be a place where you feel that etiquette and people love each other.” And yes, we will serve any brand of beer. We just don’t make a decision. Our point is this: if [are let] love each other in this house. If you’re a jerk, there are plenty of other places down Broadway.

In addition to some customers refusing to buy Bud Light, some bars have suspended beer distribution. Musicians John Rich and Kid Rock, who owned the big bars on Broadway in Nashville, stopped selling Bud Light.

The country star has a long history of alliances with the LGBTQ community. In 1992, Brooks released the song “We Shall Be Free” denouncing homophobia and racism.

“’We Shall Be Free’ is definitely and easily the most controversial song I’ve ever done. Brooks wrote on the CD booklet “The Chase” a love song, a song of indulgence, from someone who claims to be an ordinary man, not a prophet. “I never thought there would be any problems with this song. Sometimes the roads we take don’t turn out as we imagined. All I can say about ‘We Shall Be Free’ is that I will stand behind every line of this song as long as I live. I am proud of that.”

Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk will open later this summer.

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