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    President Barack Obama talks with Garth Brooks, who was presented with the "Grammy on the Hill Award" for his leadership in advancing the rights of music makers, in the Oval Office, April 14, 2010. The President was also presented with the 2007 Grammy Award for best spoken word album for his book "The Audacity of Hope." (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

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    1. Pixel Wrangler 60 months ago | reply

      Wow - was it twenty years ago that Garth's hit "I've Got Friends in Low Places" received the CMA Single of the Year Award ...

      And here he is in the Oval Office!  Yea!

    2. I prefer clarity over agreement. [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      The friends don't get much lower than Obama.

    3. NelsonMuntzPhoto 60 months ago | reply

      GARTH looks so different without the cowboy hat on !!!!

    4. I prefer clarity over agreement. [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      The rest of the world benefits by American being different, by America being EXCEPTIONAL and STRONG. Hobo is doing his darndest to make us just like every other under-achieving nation. Good work Hobo.

    5. jbwutx 60 months ago | reply

      First time I've seen Garth without his hat.

    6. I prefer clarity over agreement. [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      He should have kept it on.

    7. iwonka_10 60 months ago | reply

      Fantastic moment.

    8. chewstercastle [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      Cool. I read Audacity of Hope a couple years ago, but I'd like to listen to the audiobook, especially since it is read by the Prez. himself. :-)

    9. halstatt1 60 months ago | reply

      I almost didn't recognize Garth in his suit and sans chappeau! At first glace I thought he was a visiting business man or a staffer.

      Congrats, Garth. You and the President are doing great things for the country.

    10. ribanbel 60 months ago | reply

      congrats to BOTH

    11. jAmisht [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      That's Garth!?! I would've never recognized him! Maybe it's because I don't listen to country...hmmm. ha.
      Great shot, Pete!

    12. Shelby Rad 60 months ago | reply

      Obama won a Grammy? He is a freaking Renaissance man.

    13. I prefer clarity over agreement. [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      One thing is for sure, that both of these fellas will not suffer (unlike most) under the new Obamacare. Despite the network/liberal media's coverage Obamacare is NOT popular with MOST people. Obamacare will lower the quality and increase the cost of our health care.

      This fall millions of senior citizens will receive notices of benefit cutbacks for Medicare Advantage plans.

    14. SLH Photography 2009 60 months ago | reply

      I like the genuine and sincere joy of this picture. Everybody's having a great time. The smiles, the eye contact, the outstretched arms, I like it, it works for me. Nice shot Pete.

    15. Blue States 60 months ago | reply

      For sure, I would like to hear the conversation. PS:: I wonder if county radio will boycot Garth for his support of the president.

    16. Wil C. Fry 60 months ago | reply

      Wow. Garth is looking old and worn down...

      Via your photostream on Fluidr

    17. kronos68 21 months ago | reply

      Sometimes, when we are in our most severe mood of partisan criticism, we should recall the night America received the news of his victory.
      It was a moment that will live with all of us as certain historical moments always live in the minds of Americans. And we can follow that
      moment to the day when he stood before America and became the 44th President of the United States.
      It is difficult for me to imagine that there was anyone in this country who did not feel proud to be an American and proud of America.

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