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BREAKING: Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard to Perform at Biden Inauguration

Country music’s Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, and Tyler Hubbard are slated to perform tomorrow, Wednesday, January 20th at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ inauguration ceremony, Celebrating America.
Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard, and Garth Brooks set to perform at Biden Inauguration

Tim McGraw, Tyler Hubbard, and Garth Brooks set to perform at Biden Inauguration

The 90-minute primetime special kicks off at 8:30PM ET and will also feature performances by Demi Lovato, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, Jon Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, host Tom Hanks and more. Additionally, the historic ceremony will also include a tribute to COVID-19 first responders.

In a post shared to Instagram, McGraw revealed “Honored to be performing at the inaugural “Celebrating America” special tomorrow night with @tylerhubbard!” The duo will perform their recent collaborative track, “Undivided“.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, as well as security concerns, many performances, including McGraw and Hubbard’s, will come to the show virtually. Brooks, however, will be at the capitol as part of the actual swearing-in ceremony.

Brooks shared, “This is a great day in our household,” said Brooks. “This is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity. This is history! And it’s an honor to get to serve. This is kinda how I get to serve this country. Our father served as a United States Marine in the Korean War; we had brothers that served in the Air Force and the Army. This is my chance to get to serve.”

Tune in to catch the historic event tomorrow, Celebrating America, Wednesday, January 19th at 8:30PM ET.

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Garth Brooks ‘FUN’ and ‘Triple Live Deluxe’ Album Review

Old and new Garth Brooks songs have been released through two albums, Triple Live Deluxe and FUN, that provide listeners with the idea that the “If Tomorrow Never Comes” singer is not straining away from the contemporary spotlight while, still, remembering his roots and past success. Learn more about both releases below.

Garth Brooks FUN

One of the most influential, respected and noteworthy country music performers has released not one, but two albums. A live collection filled with Garth Brooks’ most iconic hits titled Triple Live Deluxe acts as a 2020 alternative to a concert with the 7-time CMA Entertainer of the Year. And, each production carries through the energy and passion that Brooks consistently executes in his performances. The adjoining project, his 12th studio album FUN, has been highly anticipated after months of promotions and talk regarding the first full-length release from the “Ask Me How I Know” singer since his 2016 Gunslinger album.

Brooks, who has been inclined to perform medleys all throughout his career such as the 1994 ACM award show in which he acknowledged all artists who influence him such as George Jones, Glen Campbell and George Strait or, most recently, during the 2020 BBMA’s where he was awarded with the Icon Award before laying down vocals from a handful of his greatest numbers, provides listeners with a permanent, always accessible blend of classics with Triple Live Deluxe. The 30-track album is a true, virtual experience of the record-breaking “Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood” along with additional tracks from his 2019 Stadium Tour. With the noise of the audience and dialogue from the world-famous headliner between songs, Triple Live Deluxe emphasizes the strength in raw and unfiltered moments in a way that makes it known that Brooks shines through live performance.

An unexpected yet highly moving track lives among these timeless, never-gets-old hits. “Guy Goin’ Nowhere” is one of the only exceptions throughout the entire piece that highlights a separate artist. Ashley McBryde released “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” in March 2018 which essentially put her on the map in country music after her debut single “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega”. Brooks’ rendition of this vulnerable, steadfast number is a telltale sign that these lyrics, written by McBryde and Jeremy Bussey, quiet a room and add sentiment, empathy and courage to all listening whether it be in a concert venue or not. However, similar to the way Brooks has his finest moments in a live setting, this song, whether sung by McBryde or Brooks, soars in the same setting where an audience is directly impacted by the fragility of the environment where the chords and words fly delightfully unpolished.

FUN takes on a different path. It includes previous releases such as the cover of “Shallow” with Trisha Yearwood as well as the well-known collaboration with Blake Shelton “Dive Bar”, plus his 2018 releases “All Day Long” and “Stronger Than Me”. Though it triggers a separate part of the brain to listen to the new music after a walk down memory lane with Triple Live Deluxe, this new studio album is everything familiar, compelling and energizing.

The intro song, “The Road I’m On”, shines a light on Brooks’ career in the music industry thus far. The words sung depict everything this double album release suggests: this firm, immovable act in country music, who has stood on many stages, is not straining away from the contemporary spotlight any time soon. The track incorporates an attractive beat that touches upon a bit of a country-rock crossroad while maintaining the Brooks style.

“From the honky-tonks to the big stage, I’ve played ’em the same way / And I’m left to stand where I stand / All of the places and all of the faces / Who make me who I am / Thanks for makin’ me feel like bein’ home on this road I’m on”

“The Courage of Love”, written by John Martin and Brooks, resembles the wearing-my-heart-on-my- sleeve type discography of the #1 selling solo artist in US history in the best way. It acts as a message to men to act human; to show fear and regret. Lyrically, the evolution of man and what it takes to be one is diminished with the simple truth that being able to love in a courageous way is the challenge.

“The hardest thing you’ll ever do is tell someone you’re sorry / You’ll never be the bravest man if you can’t admit you’re scared / What you do, in what you say / The strength it’s gonna take to stay / Comes from somewhere high up above / That’s the courage of love”

“Where The Cross Don’t Burn” is a tender-hearted melody among meaning-of-life lyrics (Troy Jones and Phil Thomas) regarding racial difference. Charley Pride lays his words and soul down alongside Brooks in this production which makes for an incredibly moving and powerfully gripping story.

“In the land where the cotton grows / In a time when change came slow / Just beyond the point of no return / A young boy and a black old man / On the tracks walkin’ hand in hand / That’s where I come to understand and learn / Where the cross don’t burn”

This double album release is an inspirational and heart-wrenching reminder of the power that music holds. Triple Live Deluxe not only brings nostalgia to the table, but it simultaneously carries notes of joy, excitement, anticipation, and loss. It is a reflection of who we were in relation to who we are now. FUN, follows that idea with growth, strength, pain, and the courage of love. Together, the projects produce a variety of emotions in which every listener can identify and understand after this year alone.

After thirty years in music, Brooks holds the title of reigning champion on difficult topics while delivering grace, trust, faith, and honor.

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Garth Brooks Releases “Shallow” with His Wife, Trisha Yearwood

Garth Brooks’ “Shallow” with Trisha Yearwood acts as the latest single to his soon-to-be-released studio album Fun, out November 20th. Read about the track here.

Garth Brooks Shallow

Garth Brooks, the newly announced Billboard Musical Icon, and best-selling solo artist in U.S. history, is gearing up for two album releases due out November 20th. Fun, which marks Brooks’ twelfth studio album, will feature a cover of “Shallow” with wife and multi-award winning country artist, Trisha Yearwood. The track, released through Amazon Music, has now been dubbed as the latest single from the “Friends in Low Places” singer which devoted listeners practically arranged for themselves.

Due to a fan’s request during a live Facebook performance and, again, on their CBS Special ‘Garth & Trisha Live!’, their rendition of the A Star Is Born’s “Shallow” has received high praise and an overwhelming amount of attention. “From the moment Ms. Yearwood and I first performed ’Shallow’ we have just had so much FUN with performing it, and so have the fans, that it just felt right to share this with country radio,” explained Brooks in a press release. “Getting to sing this duet with the queen is really special and it’s nice way to work up to the release of my album FUN coming out next month.”

“Shallow”, which has been held on a pedestal since the film’s release in October 2018, is a common cover song that showcases diverse takes with a variety of different musicians. Danielle Bradbery and Parker McCollum, for instance, were one of the first partnerships on the number with a more soft, stripped down version. Now, Brooks, alongside Yearwood, adds a bit of country twang and relaxed, mature overtones.

Check out their first performance of “Shallow” here.

Alongside upcoming album Fun, Brooks is set to release Triple Live Deluxe that includes 30 hits from the Garth Brooks’ World Tour with Yearwood as well as the 2019 Stadium Tour. The release date, that has been designated for the same day as Fun, allows listeners to spoil themselves in the tangible, infectious energy that Brooks executes through production.

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Sam Hunt Teases Recorded Cover of Garth Brooks’ “What She’s Doing Now”

Sam Hunt and Garth Brooks

Sam Hunt never fails to keep his fans on their toes; whether he goes silent for a bit, with everyone wondering when they’ll hear from him next, or just sliding out with a recording like this, he keeps all of us guessing.

In his latest Instagram post, Hunt shares a recorded cover of Garth Brooks’ 1991 hit, “What She’s Doing Now”. Making Brooks’ original version almost completely unrecognizable, this cover ventures into the smooth country-pop/R&B style that everyone has come to expect from Hunt’s unique style. Carrying a much stronger electronic sound, fans might forget that this was originally a country song with traditional production.

Hunt has continued to push the boundaries of the country genre as seen in his most recent album, Southside. So the question is, will the singer-songwriter release more like this or will he make a return to his original blends? For a bigger twist, Brooks could join him on the official track. Regardless of the direction, Hunt really shows that music is music, and shows a no holds barred to pushing the genre into his own unique form of country music.

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Garth Brooks Withdraws From CMA Entertainer of the Year Contention

Garth Brooks

During an early morning virtual press conference, Garth Brooks spoke with media and to fans across the country watching on Facebook to let them in on a big announcement. Although he has been the recipient of the CMA Entertainer of the Year award seven times, Brooks took the time to explain that he will permanently be removing himself from the ballot. 

His most recent win at the 2019 CMA Awards which took place in Nashville caused a ton of controversy, while the night was supposed to be honoring women and the votes did not go to the sole female nominated, Carrie Underwood who was also the host of the famed award show that evening. 

‘There’s one tweet in there that really stuck in my head,” Brooks said “It said, ‘Hey, man. This guy, why doesn’t he just step down (and leave) the entertainer for the next generation?’ 100% agree.” He continued, “With all the love in the world, we are officially pulling ourselves out of ‘Entertainer of the Year.'” 

This doesn’t mean that the superstar won’t still be nominated in other categories during the CMA and ACM Awards. “I’m extremely competitive,” he admits, saying that those wins “mean the world to me … It’s just, with Entertainer, we’ve been lucky enough to carry that home a number of times, and feel like it’s somebody else’s turn.”

His next album titled Fun was slated for release this year however the artist shares that even though the album is ready to go, he wants to release it once the world is in a better place. “I don’t want to be the guy that tries to do something in the midst where everybody is hurting,” Brooks says. “The album’s ready to go. It’s just, how do you get out and promote and be happy and jolly while everybody’s out there fighting for their lives not only physically, but fighting for their lives financially?”

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Garth Brooks Announces Final Dive Bar Tour Dates

Garth Brooks Dive Bar Tour

Earlier this summer, Garth Brooks announced on National Dive Bar Day via his Studio G Facebook Live that he would be teaming up with Seagram’s 7 to promote his latest single “Dive Bar” by performing at seven dive bars across the country. The first concert took place on July 15th at Joe’s On Weed in Chicago. Watch the first Facebook Live announcement below.

 

Now with five shows of the seven under his belt, the Entertainer of the Year took to Studio G Facebook Live on Monday, November 4th to announce that the final two stops will happen in one night! The sixth and seventh Dive Bar shows will take place on Monday, Dec. 2nd. The sixth concert will be held at Prospectors in Mt. Laurel, N.J., located right outside of Philadelphia and then later that night, the seventh concert will be held at Six String in Foxboro, Mass.

Check out the special news in the video below.

The music video for “Dive Bar” has garnered over 30 million views since it’s release last week. Check it out below.

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Garth Brooks Announces Next Dive Bar Tour Date

Garth Brooks Dive Bar Tour

Earlier this summer, Garth Brooks announced on National Dive Bar Day via his Studio G Facebook Live that he would be teaming up with Seagram’s 7 to promote his latest single “Dive Bar” by performing at seven dive bars across the country. The first concert took place on July 15th at Joe’s On Weed in Chicago. Watch the first Facebook Live announcement below.

Next up, Brooks took to Facebook Live once again to announce the second stop would be at Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California. Weeks later, he did the same and announced the third stop at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas.

Now with three shows of the seven under his belt, the Entertainer of the Year took to Studio G Facebook Live on Monday, September 30th to announce that the fourth stop would be in Florida! Check out the special news in the video below.

Fans can tune in to local radio tomorrow at 4PM ET where they will announce the exact location, which bar, date and how to get into the exclusive show.

Amazon Prime members can stream the song, which features country superstar Blake Shelton now below!

 

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Garth Brooks Announces Additional Dive Bar Tour Dates

Garth Brooks Dive Bar Tour

Earlier this summer, Garth Brooks announced on National Dive Bar Day via his Studio G Facebook Live that he would be teaming up with Seagram’s 7 to promote his latest single “Dive Bar” by performing at seven dive bars across the country. The first concert took place on July 15th at Joe’s On Weed in Chicago. Watch the first Facebook Live announcement below.

Next up, Brooks took to Facebook Live once again to announce the second stop in Bakersfield, California, and urged fans to tune into their local country radio station the following morning where they announced the location would be Crystal Palace.

Now with two shows of the seven under his belt, the Entertainer of the Year took to Studio G Facebook Live once again on Monday, August 19th to announce that the third stop would be in Texas! Check out the special news in the video below.

Fans can tune in to local radio tomorrow at 4:15PM where they will announce the exact location, which bar and how to get into the exclusive show.

Amazon Prime members can stream the song, which features country superstar Blake Shelton now below!

 

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Country Stars Who Have Stood The Test of Time

In today’s society, there are so many trends that come and go, some lasting a week and others months. We see the same in the music industry with certain beats and styles coming and going on the radio. While we see change, some artists have stayed constant and continue to put out great music for fans for decades. Below are some of our favorite artists that are still making waves in the industry decades later and have stood the test of time.

George Strait
Strait is not called the “King of Country” for nothing. With 60 #1 hits, the most in history, ACM Artist of the Decade, and a Country Music Hall of Fame member, no one is taking Strait’s place anytime soon. From early hits like “Fool Hearted Memory” and “Amarillo By Morning” to more recent ones including “Give It Away” and “It Comes Natural”, the country icon proves that classic country music is still cherished. While Strait is not on the road touring anymore, he does play select weekends at the T-Mobile Arena for his residency and a few other events. There may not be many more opportunities to see the legend himself sing 20+ number one hits a night, so make sure you get a piece of the action while you still can!

 

Reba
Reba may have started as a rodeo girl, following in the footsteps of her father, but now she is one of country music’s biggest icons. McEntire is the only country female solo act to have a No. 1 hit in four straight decades: the 1980s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s, and it is easy to see why. Hits like “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia”, “Fancy”, “Consider Me Gone” and collaborations including “The Heart Won’t Lie” with Vince Gill and “If You See Him/If You See Her” with Brooks and Dunn, put her on the top of the charts. When Reba was an up and coming artist, her tenacity and talent helped her blaze a path for females in country music. The Oklahoma native is still a very relevant part of the industry with her new album Stronger Than The Truth and her Las Vegas residency with Brooks and Dunn.

 

Artists That Have Stood the Test Of Time

Garth Brooks
While Strait has the most #1 songs in history, “The Thunder Rolls” singer has the most awards. Brooks has 2 Grammys, 17 American Music Awards, 11 Country Music Association Awards, 18 Academy of Country Music Awards, 24 Billboard Music Awards, and 26 number 1 hits, just to name a few. While he is known as a tried and true country artist, his ability to integrate pop and rock elements into his music leaves people converting to country after each listen. Brooks is still selling out 50,000+ stadiums every month on his stadium tour and new music like “All Night Long” and “Dive Bar.” Bringing unbelievable energy to each show, Brooks’ legacy is growing bigger and better each year and shows no signs of stopping.

 

Brooks & Dunn
After sitting down for burritos one night, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn decided to take a chance at becoming a duo after their record label had been mentioning it for weeks. That may have been the best decision they ever made for their careers. Building a large fan base across the world, 25+ ACM Awards, 2 Grammys, 17 CMA Awards and more, the guys made a very long successful run. Years later, the duo is one of the best selling duo’s country music has seen. While they split up after their greatest hits album to do their own ventures, their brand new REBOOT album with upcoming artists including Luke Combs, Midland, and Kasey Musgraves, Brooks and Dunn have put themselves at the forefront of the music scene once again. Their old hits are getting more airplay on the radio, new collaborations are landing them TV appearances, and the Vegas residency with Reba keep the “Neon Moon” singers booked all year.

 

Alan Jackson
Making Chattachooche a household song isn’t the only thing Alan Jackson is known for. His career was built around traditional country music, driven by twangy riffs and a honky-tonk vibes. Upon coming to Nashville, Jackson wrote all his own songs and made heads turn left and right with his ability to tell a story through music. With upbeat songs like “Gone Country,” “Living On Love,” and “Don’t Rock The Jukebox,” he has a somber side that you can see in certain songs. One of the biggest songs that got people’s attention was “Where Were You,” his song commemorating the 9/11 terror attacks, one he won a Grammy for. With 30 years of music, touring, awards, and a loyal fanbase, Jackson is still going strong playing shows across the country. While he has stopped putting out music in recent years, you can still find his classic sound in the gospel album he made for his mom, Angels and Alcohol.

 

Kenny Chesney
There are a lot of artists in the industry that go to school for something other than music but find themselves pursuing their hobbies anyways, Kenny Chesney is no different. He went from majoring in advertising to graduating and heading to Nashville to play the local honky-tonks. Fast forward a few years later and a new record deal and Chesney is cranking out hits such as “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” and “In My Wildest Dreams.” Rolling into the 2000s was filled with sold-out shows across the country and #1 records, most of which landed on Billboard’s Top 100, making Chesney one of the most successful crossover country artists. Chesney is the king of stadium tours, selling out arenas all over the country in the last 5+ years and fans new and old are coming to watch the 4-time Entertainer of the Year. Setlists include “Summertime,” “Living In Fast Forward,” “Young,” and new hits “American Kids,” and his latest “Tip Of My Tongue.” Being out on the road takes up most of Chesney’s time nowadays although he still finds time to create powerful songs like “Get Along” that calls on all of us to love one another. We caught Chesney last summer at MetLife Stadium when he sold-out the epic venue.

 

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
One of country music’s power couples has not retreated to a normal lifestyle just yet. Making over $100 million on their Soul2Soul tour alone, the couple is still making music. McGraw has put out a few singles in the last year(“Neon Church” and “Thought About You”). Together the duo released a touching and emotional album The Rest of Our Life in sync with their tour. Hill does not tour anymore although McGraw has been playing quite a few festivals like Stagecoach and Cheyenne Frontier Days. Both have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and together in downtown Nashville as a part of Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame. Both singer-songwriters have made such a huge contribution to country music, Hill paving the way for female artists and McGraw tearing up the charts proving that if a small-town boy from Louisiana can make it, you can too, with grit and determination. They have served the Music City community with their beautiful voices, kind spirits, and southern charm for decades, making them some of the most lovable people not only in Nashville but across the world as well.

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Garth Brooks Announces Additional Dive Bar Tour Dates

Garth Brooks Dive Bar Tour

In celebration of Prime Day, you can now stream Garth Brooks’ brand new song which features country superstar Blake Shelton.  The Entertainer of the Year announced last week on National Dive Bar Day on his Studio G Facebook Live that he would be teaming up with Seagram’s 7 to promote the song by performing at seven dive bars across the country. The first concert took place last night (July 15th) at Joe’s On Weed in Chicago. Watch the Facebook Live announcement below.

Watch the next announcement for the next Dive Bar Tour when it comes to Bakersfield, California! The local country radio station will announce the location and which bar tomorrow morning.

Amazon Prime members can stream the song now below!