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.
“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.