Garth Brooks Revamped 'Friends In Low Places'

Get all the details of the newly-recorded track.

— -- Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" is getting an all-star update to celebrate the song's 25th anniversary.

Brooks' rep confirmed to ABC News that he has re-recorded it with his hero George Strait, as well as Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban.

"Everyone was truly kind and great to work with -- a real joy," Brooks' rep added.

The new version apparently includes the third verse of the song that Brooks includes in his concerts.

"Friends in Low Places" was released in August 1990 and would go on to win CMA Single of the Year. The track helped Brooks's 1990 album, "No Fences," be certified 17 times platinum by the RIAA.