Garth Brooks reveals the oasis-themed logo for his Nashville bar, Friends in Low Places

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Fans can soon “slip on down to the oasis”: Garth Brooks’ new Nashville hot spot, called Friends in Low Places, has a tropical and vaguely pirate-centric theme.

He debuted the logo for his new bar on social media, revealing a graphic of lagoon-blue water and palm fronds and the bar’s acronym, FILP, spelled out in bones, with a palm tree representing the “I.”

The theme, of course, comes from a line in the chorus of the Garth mega-hit that gives the bar its name. “Yeah, I’m not big on social graces / Think I’ll slip on down to the oasis / So I’ve got friends in low places.”

Garth has been rolling out news surrounding his new Nashville bar, venue and entertainment complex ever since he announced it this spring. According to the venue’s newly live Twitter page, Friends in Low Places will be opening for business soon.

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