Last night, Garth Brooks issued a call to action to help the Louisiana flood victims during Inside Studio G: A Monday Night Conversation, his weekly Facebook Live series that features personal stories from Garth’s time on the road, insight into the creation of his new album, and even some sneak peeks at the new music and lyrics.

“Inside Studio G” will air on Garth’s Facebook Page every Monday at 7:00pm ET / 4:00pm PT during the making of his new album.

Garth was back in the studio this week, after a special episode last week took him offsite to announce that he’s teaming up with CBS Sports for SEC ON CBS. Back in Studio G, with his guitar in hand once again, he showed fans footage from his work with Habitat For Humanity, noting that his hammering skills have earned him the nickname “Lightning” since he “never hit the same place twice.”

He then took a moment to discuss the current situation in Louisiana, drawing viewers’ attention to the natural disaster that swept through the state and asking those interested to donate to the American Red Cross and The Salvation Army. He continued with a series of #AskGarth fan questions with fans who posted from all over, adding how much he loves interacting with fans during that segment of the show.

Watch the video here.

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