Garth Brooks Sings His ‘Worst’ Song

By Erin Duvall 

Garth Brooks took the stage this week to help raise funds for the Music Health Alliance. During the charity show in Nashville, the singer-songwriter was directed to perform his worst song. He chose, “Anybody But Bill,” a song that offers advice to his wife, should he die.

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“You’ve got to trust me on this one, baby, don’t make me put it in my will. Go and have a good life baby, with anybody but Bill.”

The event, which featured performances by Lee Brice and songwriters Jessi Alexander and Bobby Braddock, raised more than $250,000 for the Music Health Alliance for music industry professionals facing medical challenges.

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