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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!

Jimmy Kimmel Live! From Chicago with Garth Brooks on the Dive Bar Tour

Garth Brooks Jimmy Kimmel

Last night Jimmy Kimmel helped Garth Brooks kick off his Dive Bar Tour by broadcasting live from Joe’s on Weed St. in Chicago. During the first segment, Kimmel talked with the number one selling solo artist about his decision to tour in dive bars across the country. “Garth, why are you on a tour of dive bars, is it the smell that you love?” the talk show hosts laughed. “Yes, it’s everything I love about it, this is where our music was born.” The question we all are anxiously waiting to hear is the next stop on the tour and although Kimmel tried to get the answer, Brooks kept the remaining tour stops a secret.

Before taking the stage, Brooks at Joe’s went live on Facebook for his weekly installment of Studio G with his band stating “Getting ready to kinda take the music that was born in the honky-tonks, back to the honky-tonks.”

To close out the Tuesday night broadcast Jimmy Kimmel Live! headed back to the live show in Chicago to catch the superstar perform his latest single, “Dive Bar” and even though it was just released last month, fans were singing along to every word.

Last night was the first of seven Dive Bar shows, Brooks announced at the end of his Facebook live that they would announce the next tour stop in his next Studio G.  He also allowed the camera and subsequently all of his fans in on his pre-show circle with his band ending the intimate moment with “Let’s get loud and let’s have some fun, SHOWTIME!”.

To keep up with Garth Brooks and to hear his latest announcements about the Dive Bar Tour, follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

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Garth Brooks Brings His Epic Stadium Tour to Eugene, Oregon

Garth Brooks Eugene

Garth Brooks performs “Rodeo” for a record crowd at Autzen Stadium in Eugene Saturday night. [Chris Pietsch/ The Register Guard]

Garth Brooks has been a household name for decades, touring the world, and his legacy is growing bigger and better each year. Brooks held a press conference at The Country Music Hall of Fame earlier last year to announce that over the next three years he will embark on a stadium tour, hitting 30 cities. The first set of cities have really blown Brooks’ fan base away. The latest city to experience the World Tour, Eugene, OR.

Opening up the show was Brooke Eden a Nashville based artist and BMI songwriter. Making a name for herself with her self-released single “American Dreamin,” and EP Welcome to the Weekend, the crowd was very impressed with her ability to capture an audience of 60,000+. With her songs including “Act Like You Don’t,” “Honey,” and “Honky Tonks In Heaven,” Eden gained many more fans last Friday night.

This tour was epic before the show even started, the 360-degree stage commanded such a presence among the large stadium. Autzen is known for loud crowds during football games and Brooks was up for the challenge. Dressed in his signature Wranglers, a red shirt and of course a cowboy hat, the highest selling solo artist of all time started the party with “All Day Long”. Instantly he felt the energy from the crowd so he paused and said “I see why everybody calls this the loudest place on Earth! If you are going to raise hell, you picked the right guy on the right night tonight!”

You hear that Brooks is famous for his live show and you can tell after just a few songs why he has been named Entertainer of the Year. Throughout roughly two and a half hours of hits –“Rodeo,” “Friends in Low Places,” and “Thunder Rolls” were in the set list among new songs. Brooks also included a few covers as well, starting with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “Fishin’ in the Dark.” What fans may not know is that two of his popular hits are two songs he turned into songs of his own, the Oak Ridge Boys’ “Callin’ Baton Rouge” and Billy Joel’s “Shameless” which both came later in the set.

He paused many times throughout the concert to take in the awe of the crowd but possibly the most emotional for Brooks was after “The River.” When the crowd takes over songs like “The River” and “Unanswered Prayers” it is one of the coolest feelings in the world to stand amongst so many singing along. To be in sync with that many people, singing the songs you grew up on, back to the artist themselves, there is nothing like it. You can tell by the emotion in Brooks’ eyes that these are the moments he dreamed of when he first got to Music Row.

Garth Brooks Eugene

While moments like the one above made the whole world stop for a second, Brooks still ran across the stage throughout the duration of his set, giving fans throughout the stadium plenty of opportunities to see him. You could tell that he was just as excited to be there as the fans were. Throughout the evening he told the crowd how great of an audience they were and how excited he was to be there with them for a night of music. Inviting the Oregon Ducks Cheer team and the Duck mascot himself on stage during “Friends in Low Places” was one of the highlights of the night. Brooks also brought a choir with him that filled the stadium stairs during “We Shall Be Free” wearing beautiful colorful robes.

20 years later and Garth Brooks is still selling out 50,000+ shows all across the country. With his unbelievable energy and charismatic personality, he shows no signs of slowing down. Continuing to announce dates throughout the next three years, as well as new music, there are plenty of opportunities to catch the man in action.

To keep up with Garth Brooks, visit his website or follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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Mets or Yankees? Country Stars Root for New York Baseball…

What’s the only thing better than tailgate season? Baseball season. With Opening Day upon us, we’re lining up our favorite Country stars you just might see rooting for New York teams this season…

GARTH BROOKS
Remember that time when country superstar, Garth Brooks, played for the New York Mets? Back in 2000, Brooks joined the Mets spring training, however after going 0-17 at bat the team elected not to add him to their rotation.

Garth Brooks New York Mets

 

JAKE OWEN
Remember long-haired Jake? Back in 2015, Jake Owen was invited to New York Yankees batting practice with manager Joe Girardi.

Jake Owen New York Yankees

 

TIM MCGRAW
McGraw is often seen sporting a New York Mets ball cap. That’s because his late father, Tug McGraw, played for the team in the late 60’s and much of the 70’s. Perhaps one of the best relief pitchers in the MLB during the early 70’s, Tug McGraw is best known for coining the phrase, “Ya Gotta Believe!”

Tim McGraw New York Mets

 

KENNY CHESNEY
Known for his sports enthusiasm, Chesney is almost always seen rocking a different sports team, but hey… Yankees looks good on him! You’re welcome to rep New York anytime, Kenny!

Kenny Chesney New York Yankees

 

What team are you rooting for this season? Tweet us and let us know! Plus grab some swag gear in our shop and tag us in your pictures. We want to see what stadiums New York Country Swag can get to this season!

 

New York Yankees and Mets - NYCountry Swag

 

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Live with Kelly & Ryan Catches Up with Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks with Ryan Seacrest & Kelly Ripa, Live with Kelly & Ryan / Photo via @livekellyandryan Instagram

Garth Brooks with Ryan Seacrest & Kelly Ripa, Live with Kelly & Ryan / Photo via @livekellyandryan Instagram

Friday morning (Nov 30.), Country superstar Garth Brooks made an appearance on Live with Kelly & Ryan. Brooks chatted with the morning hosts about Christmas plans, performing, and his historic show at Notre Dame.

Brooks told the duo that he was looking forward to finally being able to celebrate Christmas with his wife, Trisha Yearwood, in the house they’ve built. Explaining that had been so busy touring, performing over 390 shows over the past three years that they weren’t able to spend much time in their home. Brooks added, “We actually saw fewer cities than we did in the 90s, it took about 70-something cities to 6 million tickets, it was unbelievable.”

Hosts, Kelly Ripa & Ryan Seacrest asked Brooks if touring with Yearwood has brought the two closer together or if they need time apart. To which Brooks sweetly replied, “she might, but for me, I can’t spend enough time with that woman.” Seacrest asked if they pull any pranks on each other on the road, he replied “Here’s a great one, if it’s your birthday on the road you’re getting a pie in the face, doesn’t matter who you are. Last year we pied Trisha for her birthday and thank God she laughed.”

Seacrest also asked Brooks “What, for you, is the greatest part about being there up on stage and performing? “I know this is totally crazy and a total opposite way to think, but I travel so many miles to hear them sing,” Brooks said of his fans. “That’s it, I’m not singing at all,” he sarcastically added. He also spoke about his Notre Dame Stadium concert and talked about how much he has always wanted to play there. Brooks said, “In college, Joe Montana was my guy. I had green and gold all over my wall.”

Check out clips from the Live with Kelly & Ryan episode here and don’t miss ‘Garth: Live at Notre Dame’ which airs on CBS this Sunday (Dec. 2) at 8:00 p.m. ET. For more Garth Brooks news, check out our recap of his special Q+A with iHeartRadio in NYC including an intimate moment our NYCountry Swag Managing Editor shared with the superstar.

To catch Brooks on the road, stay up-to-date on everything at his website garthbrooks.com.

 

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Country Superstar Garth Brooks Takes On Late Night Television

Garth Brooks on Late Night with Stephen Colbert

Garth Brooks on Late Night with Stephen Colbert, Photo Credit: Scott Kowalchyk/CBS

Garth Brooks appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night (Nov. 29) to talk about everything from his javelin-throwing college days, taking a break from country music, and his mutual love for Lady Gaga.

Being in the music business, Brooks knows what life on the road is like. Touching on how perfectly Bradley Cooper had cast and directed the hit movie “A Star Is Born” and Lady Gaga’s amazing performance, Brooks also acknowledges that the movie as real life in country music. Everything from being on the road to people backstage, he claims was depicted perfectly. If someone wanted to go see what entertainment is like, Brooks says “that movie is one of them where I would say go see it and you will get a good dose of it.”

The television host, Stephen Colbert asked what it takes to build a country megastar and Brooks laughed and said music was not the plan in college. Instead, he admitted he had a track and field career at Oklahoma State University and explained how being a professional athlete was always the dream. He threw the javelin and was generally happy being at the same school as his brother, someone he calls his hero.

After walking at graduation, Brooks came to find out he was an hour short of being able to actually get his degree. With the track scholarship gone, he set out to a bar in town to try and play a show to earn money to pay for the rest of college. One night turned into two, two into Monday-Friday, and the rest is history for the country megastar.

In 1998, Brooks took a break from his country music career to help raise his family, a time in his life where he said he learned more than ever. After coming back from a 16-year break, Brooks acknowledged that the biggest change in the music industry that he saw was how people consumed music. From 8 track tapes to streaming the music landscape had changed drastically. That was not going to stop him from putting out the music he loves and the way he wanted to. Brooks believes that album cuts are the most important thing and can save someone’s life, as did his.

Of course, the show could not end without mentioning the history Brooks just made: becoming the first person to ever play a concert inside of Notre Dame Stadium. The entire show was recorded so that fans around the world can enjoy the show. ‘Garth: Live at Notre Dame’ is set to air on CBS Sunday (Dec. 2) at 8:00 p.m. ET and country fans will not want to miss it. Brooks continued to tell Colbert and the audience that he is very excited for his special to come out and claims viewers will laugh and cry, but what is going to steal your heart is the crowd. It was below freezing temperature the night of the concert, but every person was still up on their feet and singing every word to every song.

Each week since the big concert, Brooks has released more and more stadium tour dates around the country for 2019. The shows will continue for the next three years. Check out the full episode of Garth Brooks on Late Night with Stephen Colbert here. For more Garth Brooks news, check out our recap of his special Q+A with iHeartRadio in NYC including an intimate moment our NYCountry Swag Managing Editor shared with the superstar.

To catch Brooks on the road, stay up-to-date on everything at his website garthbrooks.com.

 

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Garth Brooks Intimate Q&A and Performance for iHeart Radio

Last night iHeart Radio presented an intimate, special event with Garth Brooks sponsored by Marathon in New York City which featured a live on YouTube Q&A with the country music superstar and then a special performance for the audience in the room.  Unlike Brooks’ recent world tour concerts, his quaint appearance last night for iHeart Radio was certainly a once in a lifetime opportunity for the lucky fans in the room.

iHeart Radio host Joe Levy took the stage first to quickly run through some of Brooks’ achievements before he introduced him, including being the number one selling solo artist in U.S history with over 148 million albums sold. With his brand new Anthology Part 3 Live available everywhere now and his CBS Notre Dame special airing in 2 weeks, Brooks’ answered questions for Levy and entertained the studio audience with his responses. Right off the bat, of course, they discussed the new book, which features stories and photos from the people who have worked closely with Brooks for his entire career including crew members, members of his band, management team and people who worked at the label. He told Levy that he was pretty hands-on with the decisions made for this book stating “If it’s going to end up in the people who allow you to be an artists hands, you want it to be the best that it can be because you want them to be proud to have it.”

The conversation continued and Brooks and Levy discussed his upcoming stadium tour that was announced a few weeks back. He explained that the demographics of his concerts show that 48% of the tickets were sold to fans who were 10 years old or not even born the last time he went on tour, deciding to make this next run a retro tour and bring back elements of the 90’s while also keeping up with new technologies and mixing the old with the new. He also talked about his wife, Trisha Yearwood hosting a giant tailgate party before each of his shows on this stadium run featuring great food, furniture, cookbooks, and even music stating graciously “Every day is the Super Bowl when you are married to Trisha Yearwood”.

Watch the rest of the Q&A below.

After the YouTube live cameras stopped rolling, Brooks performed acoustically for the in-studio audience a slew of his biggest hits and even obscure album cuts that only his longtime fans would know. He kicked off the night with “Callin’ Baton Rouge” but then kept the rest of the night to slow things down and address the audience members and sing some of his more poignant ballads, always taking the time to explain the writing process or the thoughts he had when recording the songs. Throughout his set, he performed “That Summer”, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”, “Thunder Rolls” and “The River”.

He also took requests from the crowd, always asking their name and why that particular song was the one they wanted to hear.  He even answered our Managing Editor, Christina’s request to sing “Mom” which she asked him to play in honor of her newborn son, Jack. Take a listen to the touching conversation and a clip from the beautiful song below.

Brooks engaged with every member of the audience who wanted to talk with him, listening to their stories and giving genuine, honest answers.  One interesting question was if there was one artist he could perform with that he hasn’t yet, who would it be.  Without hesitation, he answered, “Adele”.  He explained how his daughter introduced him to her music and how much he loves her voice.

The special event certainly wouldn’t have been complete without a venue-wide sing-a-long of “Friends In Low Places” which quickly became a highlight of the evening. Throughout the night, Brooks was clearly emotional whether he was talking about his children, his wife or even the fans that have been there since the very beginning.  Closing the night with his inspirational song, “The Dance”, Brooks ended by saying “You guys are sincere every time I play for you.  Thank you, I’ve had the best time”.  As the world’s arguably biggest success and entertainer of our time, humbly tipped his ball cap and walked off the stage, you could feel the affection and true warmth that was spread throughout the room. There is certainly a reason that Garth Brooks continues to attract crowds of all ages with his musicianship, his personality and the way he truly cares for each and every fan that he comes in contact with.

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Garth Brooks Announces Multi-Year Stadium Tour

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Garth Brooks wins Entertainer of the Year onstage at the 51st annual CMA Awards (Photo by John Shearer/WireImage)

We don’t have all of the details just yet but we do know that earlier today Garth Brooks announced his next big tour.  Brooks held a press conference at The Country Music Hall of Fame earlier this morning to announce that over the next three years he will embark on a stadium tour, hitting 30 cities.  Kicking off in St. Louis, Missouri at Dome at America’s Center in Spring 2019.  The second show will be in Glendale, Arizona at State Farm Stadium.  Three other shows will be announced before Christmas this year and while he could not confirm any other cities, he did hint at Gilette Stadium in Foxborough Massachusets as well as AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The former CMA Entertainer of the Year also announced that the epic show taking place in Notre Dame this Saturday will be recorded and aired on CBS on December 2nd at 8 PM ET.

Check back here for more details soon.

 

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