Garth Brooks is finally going digital in 2014, and now that he's releasing music on a new format, the country legend could be poised to surpass music icon Elvis Presley in sales, and maybe even the Beatles.
With Garth Brooks' announcement that he'll return to the stage for a world tour this Fall, other country artists are on high alert, acknowledging that it will be stiff competition. Keith Urban in particular knows Brooks' live shows are a force to be reckoned with.
Garth Brooks left it to a 31-year-old business owner in Georgia to decide what to do with the secret of where he'll begin his first tour in nearly two decades. On Monday afternoon (July 14), Andy Roberts shared his secret.
Garth Brooks has been all the talk in country music this week, from the cancelation of his five shows in Ireland to his announcement Thursday (July 10) of going digital and kicking off a new record deal. Naturally, fans are taking to Facebook to talk about the big news.
Journalists from Ireland traveled to Nashville to ask Garth Brooks questions about the five canceled Dublin shows, and the singer didn't hold back. Putting the blame squarely on government officials, Brooks said "The problem isn't here."
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