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Garth Brooks really knows how to say thank you. Just ask his fellow country superstar pal Keith Urban.

Garth called on Keith to play guitar on the 25th anniversary version of “Friends in Low Places,” along with fellow performers Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and George Strait. That version is available on Garth’s new “Ultimate Collection” box set only at Target.

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To show his gratitude to Keith, Garth sent him a brand-new Jeep. It looks like Keith wasn’t the only one to benefit from Garth’s generosity, though.


Keith tells Australia’s Fairfax Media, “He gave Jeeps to everybody on the record. Only Garth would do that.”

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Keith even took the Jeep on tour with him this year and used it to go four-wheeling through the Canadian forest. He seemed to be feeling like a daredevil that day, because he ended up taking the Jeep through some rough terrain and getting it stuck. Keith and his two friends had to shovel themselves out, but they had fun with the situation. They even looped in Garth on the off road action.

Says Keith, “I sent him a picture of my mishap. He laughed his arse off. He was super proud.”

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