The country singer discusses his decision to halt his Stadium Tour, but go forward with a dive bar tour, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Grammy-winning country stars could not avoid difficult topics during quarantine.
“This is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity," the country star said this week.
Brooks, and viewers at home, got emotional during the country singer's performance of his Christmas classic "Belleau Wood."
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Garth Brooks said he and his wife Trisha Yearwood had to quarantine themselves after the diagnosis
"We want to thank you, because we want to connect just as much as everybody does," Yearwood told fans watching at home.
"This is beyond any political agenda," says Brooks, marveling at the 95-year-old's appearance at a Habitat for Humanity build even after an injury.
Twenty years later, it’s time to look back at Brooks’s often ridiculed, but actually fascinating and ambitious, rock experiment in a different light.
On April 12, 1989, Brooks released his debut album. Exactly 30 years later, he's on track to sell 1 million copies of his vinyl boxed set. "That's kismet. That's cool," he says.
"Tonight, let's celebrate their lives, let the music unite us with love and their enduring memory," Brooks announced at the start of the ceremony.
Eric Church's recent comments disparaging the gun lobby in the wake of the Vegas shooting has caused country musicians and their fans to reevaluate the relationship.
Brooks has just released "The Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years," the first volume of a five-part anthology chronicling his extraordinary career.
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Married country stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are sharing the love by handing out wedding gifts to fans.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Garth Brooks says he'll pony up for a Hawaiian honeymoon for a couple who got engaged at his concert in Oklahoma City.
Garth Brooks told the crowd at the South By Southwest Outdoor Stage on Ladybird Lake Saturday night (March 18) that he “came her for one reason -- to have fun and raise some hell.” Check and check.
Garth Brooks started his first visit to South By Southwest on Friday (March 17) by announcing a big show -- a free concert Saturday on the festival’s Outdoor Stage. But he finished the day with a smaller but memorable one.
Garth Brooks is probably never going to cover “My Way,” but the sentiment, if not the song, belongs to him more than anybody else in music in the 21st century. In a highly entertaining one-hour talkfest, he also regaled the Country Radio Seminar attendees with similes about the sensual pleasures to which live performance is akin… and dropped a title and concept for his next album (hint: it one-ups Double Live).
Gene Simmons said Kiss was already booked in Europe. Sir Elton John's rep replied with a Trumpian NOT. Moby said he would DJ if Trump released his tax returns. So while the president-elect boasted of a star-studded inauguration for the ages, there's more talk of all the A-listers who won't be there.
Garth Brooks responds to criticism for not being among the performers at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration later this week, using his "Inside Studio G" Facebook Live series to explain himself.