Country music superstars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood were back in Edmonton Monday after playing nine sold-out shows at Rogers Place in February.
This time around, the couple was here to do work of a different kind.
Brooks and Yearwood sported hard hats and steel-toed boots at a construction site in the Meadows neighbourhood. They were among the nearly 1,000 volunteers assisting with the 34th annual Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project through Habitat for Humanity. Countrified Canada correspondent Ron Palmer had the chance to talk to the Country music power house couple.