WATCH: Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell and Conner Smith cover iconic Garth Brooks hit

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Thomas rhett Ringed in the New Year with thousands of country music fans at the Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis, and he took a few of his friends to the Twin Cities with him.

Joined by his friends and fellow artists Cole swindell and Conner smith, the country superstar performed a cover of an iconic Garth Brooks hit on Friday, December 31 in Minnesota.

After Rhett and Swindell’s performance of “Beer Can’t Fix”, a duo that originally included Jon Pardi, Rhett began singing the Brooks hit “Friends In Low Places”.

After performing the opening lines of the song, Rhett greeted Smith on stage and the three hitmakers led a roaring song with the large crowd to sing the fan favorite anthem.

Watch the star-studded performance below.

The father of four loves Brooks’ hit, so much so that he even dropped it in his seventeenth hit # 1, “What’s Your Country Song?”

Rhett’s last gig in 2021 wrapped up another incredible year for the singer / songwriter, who recently welcomed his fourth daughter with wife Lauren Akins. 2022 is sure to be another pivotal year for the country hitmaker, as he previously shared his intention to release his sixth studio album, Where We Started, in the coming months.

Rhett, whose current single “Slow Down Summer” is in Country Radio’s Top 30, shared his 2022 goals with fans via Instagram Stories on Sunday night (January 2).

“As I look to the future this year, I just want to be better. A better husband, a better dad, a better friend, a better songwriter, a better artist haha, ”Rhett shared. “I hope this year will be amazing for all of you. Thank you for loving and supporting me and my family for so long. Happy New Year everyone. God protects you!”

Swindell will soon be embarking on his Headlining Down To The Bar tour with special guests Travis Denning and Ashley Cooke. Beginning on February 17, 2022, the tour will visit several cities in the United States before concluding in early April.

Meanwhile, Smith, who was named Music Mayhem Artist to Watch in 2022, is expected to join Ryan Hurd on the Pelago Tour starting this month and in March he will head south of the border to Cancun, in Mexico, to perform alongside Sam Hunt. .

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