This country superstar has redefined musical success to become the best-selling U.S. solo artist in history and an iconic figure of modern country music. Garth Brooks is one of the most popular artists both in music charts and on the road, so don't miss your chance to see him on tour for an unforgettable concert experience.
Garth Brooks exploded onto the music scene in 1989 when his self-titled debut album ran up to the No. 2 spot on the country albums chart. It catapulted Brooks into the mainstream and he gained praise for incorporating rock influences into country music. He dominated radio waves throughout the 1990s, with all six of his albums released that decade reaching No. 1 on the U.S. country chart.
Brooks retired from performing in 2001 to focus on his family and personal life and only gave intermittent performances throughout the next few years. However, he returned to music in 2009 with a Las Vegas residency show, and eventually full-blown world comeback tour, along with new recorded music. Over the course of his impressive career, Garth Brooks has won multiple Grammys, Academy of Country Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and Country Music Association Awards. He was named the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year six times, winning the honor for two consecutive years three different times. In addition, he has been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Garth Brooks' catalog of hits is certainly vast, but his biggest songs to date include "Two Pina Coladas," "The Dance," "If Tomorrow Never Comes," "Shameless," "The Thunder Rolls" and "Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up')." However, he remains synonymous with his signature song, 1990's "Friends In Low Places." Brooks is also well-known for his many collaborations with wife Trisha Yearwood, including "Like We Never Had a Broken Heart," "In Another's Eyes," "Where Your Road Leads," and "Love Will Always Win."
Brooks is the only artist in history with seven studio albums to reach elite Diamond sales certification. The Beatles previously held the record with six Diamond-certified albums.
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