Garth Brooks holds free online concert for those quarantined at home
Singer-songwriter Garth Brooks held a free online concert for those quarantined at home due to the coronavirus outspread. Five million people tuned in, making it a big month for Brooks, who is also being honored with the “Gershwin Prize” by the Library of Congress. Norah O’Donnell reports.
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