Garth Brooks has a new date for his virtual acoustic show.
Brooks and his wife, country superstar Trisha Yearwood, were originally scheduled to host the second round of "Garth Request Live" on July 7, an online acoustic show where the couple performs songs requested by fans. However, the show was postponed due to the fact that members of their teams may have been exposed to COVID-19.
He announced on Monday that "Garth Request Live 2" will now take place Tuesday night.
The couple shared the news on social media, accompanied by a photo of them donning fake mustaches, in honor of Brooks' late friend and former tour production manager, Emmett Gilliam, known for his trademark handlebar mustache.
Brooks is inviting fans in on the fun by requesting that they post photos of themselves wearing a mustache, along with their song requests.
The couple hosted their first live acoustic show in April that included covers of Little Big Town's "Girl Crush," "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac and "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born."
"Garth Request Live 2" will stream on Brooks' Facebook page on July 14 at 7 p.m. ET. His weekly show, "Inside Studio G," has been postponed for two weeks so he and his team can quarantine.