The song was written by busbee, Lee Thomas Miller and Chris Wallin, and it will hit radio beginning tomorrow (Sept. 3).
While bands have declined entrance to the Rock Hall of Fame and British artists have snubbed knighthood, only a handful had have the guts to walk onstage and make a political statement.
“I don’t feel like we were prepared,” Brooks was quoted as saying in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the long waits for Atlanta tickets.
As soon as tickets went on sale today (Aug. 8) for Brooks’ first Atlanta show, he added a second for the following night (Sept. 20).
If you’d like to see them, put on the song, close your eyes and play the movie inside of your head. It won’t cost you $17 and the price point on store-bought popcorn is far more reasonable.
After a run of ten previously announced shows in Chicago, Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood will next bring their world tour to Atlanta.
If you’ve got an extra $7.5 million, you can live in Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood’s Malibu home!
Brooks keeps adding new concert dates in Chicago, where he’s kicking off his world tour. Tickets went on sale today.
From apps to on-demand video to festivals, as country music has upped its public profile over the last few years to be more inclusive, the reputation of its fan base as luddites has gone out the window.
Garth Brooks has never offered up his music digitally, but in a press conference this month all that changed.