Recent Garth Brooks The concert literally shook the world. The country’s legendary performance at a Louisiana stadium shocked the crowd so much that it was actually registered as a small earthquake.
The stadium vibrating song
Brooks performed for 102,000 fans at Louisiana State University’s Tiger Stadium and played the school’s unofficial music “Colin ‘Baton Rouge”. The participants in the concert were so riotous that they shook the stadium. The song has become extremely popular with LSU fans and is usually played at LSU sporting events and at Telgate and when the college bar is closed for the night.
“Colin ‘Baton Rouge” was first recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys in 1978, but Brooks made it popular when he recorded it for a 1993 album. Pieces. It later rose to No. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Song chart.
The song caused an earthquake, Apple Watch Sound Alert
People were hoping that the show would go crazy already, one person tweeted, “Is someone from @lsu playing a seismograph while he’s playing Callin ‘BR, or …” with the official LSU Twitter account “actually … yes” Responded. Brooks goes on to say how loud he hopes to get the concert WAFB“This is going to be loud. It’s going to be silly, and it’s going to go on all night. “
After the concert, Cody Warsham, LSU Sports’ Chief Brand Officer, posted a screenshot of what the seismograph recorded during Brooks’ performance on “Colin ‘Baton Rouge”. You can clearly see the small earthquake due to the performance of the country’s superstar.
In addition to the quake, some fans also received warnings from their Apple Watch about dangerous noise levels in the area; Some people say their watches recorded more than 95 decibels of noise in the stadium.
Brooks called the quake the “greatest thing.”
Brooks likes what some call the “Garthkayek”, “Thanks to a little yarn in our family and the LSU Tigers for being the fabric. You can get a Grammy, they can put you in the Hall of Fame, but here’s one of your friends at the stadium.” When they get the text they ‘colin’ the baton rouge and you see it will make you cry you jump it is the best thing. “
Although the track is one of Brooks’ many hits, the concert marks his first performance at the Baton Rouge in almost 25 years. No wonder his Louisiana fans felt the need to be a little louder!
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