Lee Brice gets to perform with one of his idols in Boston

By Danielle Anderson
Updated January 26, 2015 01:00 PM
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Apparently, Garth Brooks does have friends in low places.

Country singer Lee Brice was just a regular guy in the audience at Brooks’ Jan. 24 show in Boston, sitting in not-so-great seats. A fan even teased him about it on social media, posting a photo of Brice and asking, “@leebrice how do I have better seats than you?”

However, that all changed when Brooks invited Brice on stage to join him for a duet of “More Than a Memory.” The tune was actually penned by Brice and became his first No. 1 as a songwriter after Brooks recorded it in 2007.

“Bucket list…check…Holy crap…I just sang with @garthbrooks in Boston! #BostonStrong #ThankYouGarth,” Brice posted on Twitter following his duet with the country legend.

Even cooler for Brice was that Brooks seemed equally excited about their performance, replying to him on Twitter, “@leebrice Lee, can’t thank you enough for making the late Saturday show so special! Boston loves you and you deserve it! love you, pal, g.”

See how it all went down below.

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