More than three years on the road, nearly 400 shows in 78 cities, and more than 6.4 million tickets sold. That's the Garth Brooks World Tour With Trisha Yearwood in a nutshell. The North American run ends this weekend in Nashville and the megastar is reflecting on the adventure in a new interview with Billboard.
Garth Brooks is in the middle of a seven-show tour stop in Nashville, the last of his Garth Brooks World Tour With Trisha Yearwood in North America. And it's a bittersweet conclusion to a pretty fantastic three-year run.
Touring is where artists make their money these days and just about all of 'em hit the road in a big way this year. There are a handful of country tours that straight up blew us away, however, and we've got a year-end Top Five.
More than a few industry insiders openly wondered whether Garth Brooks could return to the top of the country radio charts after coming out of retirement in 2014. He hadn't released a new album for 14 years at that point, and had largely performed only as part of a Las Vegas residency. Those insiders are…
Garth Brooks isn't apologizing for his controversial decision to lip sync during the 51st Annual CMA Awards in Nashville November 8th. In fact, he says he'd make the same decision again given the circumstances.