It would seem that Garth Brooks has companions in high places.
The nation crooner is in converses with perform at the introduction of Donald Trump on Jan. 20, as indicated by reports.
“Garth has performed for the five living presidents…. While gossip has it that he has been approached to perform for President-elect Trump, he has not possessed the capacity to submit yet,” his marketing expert Nancy Seltzer said on Friday.
The “Companions in Low Places” vocalist was asked by TMZ recently on the off chance that he was keen on singing for Trump and he answered, “It’s constantly about serving. It’s your specialty.”
Streams, 54, is one of the main superstars who have talked decidedly about appearing for the occasion. Both Elton John and Vince Neil denied they would sing for Trump, while Ne-Yo said jokingly that he would perform only for the paycheck and “dope party,” notwithstanding not supporting the President-elect.
A few A-listers turned out for both of President Obama’s introductions, including Beyoncé, Jay Z, Bruce Springsteen, Usher and Jamie Foxx.
Incalculable superstars supported Hillary Clinton amid the 2016 race, so it is far-fetched Trump would have such a ritzy initiation, long-lasting Hollywood marketing specialist Howard Bragman told Fortune.
The correspondences chief for the occasion, Boris Epsheteyn, reacted to the feedback that it was difficult to secure ability for the issue.
“No battle, at all,” Epshteyn told ABC News. “We have world-class ability, world-class performers connecting with us offering their help, offering their administrations so no battle, at all.”