Garth Brooks plans Facebook concert next week – and he’s taking requests

Garth Brooks knows you’ve been stuck in your house and can’t attend a concert – so he’s doing one online next week.

The country star revealed on his “Inside Studio G” show that he’s planning an all-acoustic performance featuring himself and wife Trisha Yearwood.

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The 30-minute set is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET Monday and Brooks says he’ll be accepting song requests.

The idea came from a fan who sent Brooks a question via Twitter, Boston’s FOX 25 reported.

“Let’s do that! This will be cool,” the star responded.

The 58-year-old Oklahoma native sparked some controversy – intentionally or not – last month at a Michigan show when he wore a Detroit Lions football jersey with the name “Sanders” on the back.

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NFL fans made the connection to retired Lions running back Barry Sanders but others wondered whether Brooks really intended to show support for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

Brooks never gave a definitive answer – but the former Lions player jokingly offered the singer a job as his running mate.