“I got to see it in everybody’s faces.” Garth Brooks may not have actually attended his first-of-its-kind drive-in concert even. 

After the show he was on Facebook Live saying quote:

“This was cool. This was, for me, as much fun as doing the live show…just kinda living it through you guys!”

Chase Rice performed a concert at Tennessee's Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary on Saturday night (June 27), and now, he's being called out for it.

Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary is a former maximum-security prison turned event venue in a town about 150 miles east of Nashville

The event shows a crowd of fans packed into the venue, with no masks or social distancing measures in sight.

Earlier this year Chase told Taste of Country "In my opinion — you gotta keep people safe and all that — I mean, f--k this. They gotta let us go play and the people that are healthy can decide if they want to come or not," "That’s what the American Constitution is all about, is us having the choice."

Miranda Lambert Is riding shotgun, hubby Brendan driving, when he slowed down on a Texas road and pulled a u turn.  She asked why and he explained,

"There's a kitten in the road and I knew you would kill me if I saw it and didn't stop." The couple picked up the little orange and white tabby—and committed to taking him back to Nashville. "I guess the rescue ways are rubbing off on him," Lambert noted of her hubby.

The Mutt Nation rescue charity founder already has a crowd of canines, felines, equines, and even a new flock of chickens, but has added the  kitten, dubbed "Tequila to the roster.

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