Garth Brooks: “The. Show. Must. Go. On.”

Music can be there in times with people need it most, and it has the power to heal. Garth Brooks’ world tour continues Thursday night (Oct. 5) in Indianapolis. And so his advice to his fellow artists who are grappling with the fact that they have to take a stage so soon after the massacre... Read more »

Country Rising: Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks and More Unite for Hurricane Relief

Country music is one of the most philanthropic musical genres in the world. And its giving spirit continues with the Nov. 12 benefit Country Rising: Nashville Gives for Hurricane Relief at the Bridgestone Arena and a new Shooter Jennings song “Do You Love Texas?” Both initiatives will support those affected by September 2017’s devastating hurricanes... Read more »

Garth Brooks Details His First Memoirs

Garth Brooks will release his memoirs in a five-part anthology. Arriving Nov. 14, Part 1, The First Five Years will chronicle the launch of his career and include the real stories behind his biggest hits “The Thunder Rolls,” “Friends in Low Places” and “The Dance.” The first 240-page hardcover package will include more than 150... Read more »

Stagecoach 2018 Books Garth Brooks, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban

The headliners for the 2018 Stagecoach music festival are Garth Brooks, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban. The three-day event starts April 27 in Indio, California with performances by more than 40 acts representing country, Americana and southern rock. The lineup includes Kelsea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, Lindsay Ell, Tanya Tucker, Cody Jinks, Kacey Musgraves, the... Read more »

Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan Bring the Joy

Sometimes, what goes on behind the scenes of a massive country show is almost as life-changing as the music. For Luke Bryan fan Francis Stanaway, 88, that meant a chance to have a very touching moment with her favorite country singer. Stanaway has a terminal illness, but that didn’t stop her from going to his... Read more »

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Perform for NASA Astronauts in Space

It was a meet-and-greet that was out of this world. On Thursday (June 29), Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood performed for astronauts Jack Fischer and Dr. Peggy Whitson who were onboard the International Space Station. Brooks and Yearwood spoke via video conference from NASA’s Mission Control in Houston for a special edition of his Facebook... Read more »

Garth Brooks: “Get Your Voices Ready”

Garth Brooks cannot keep a secret. First, during one of his recent Facebook Live chats, Brooks hinted that he might possibly be recording his Louisiana shows to turn those concerts into a live album. “We’re gonna bring a surprise down there to you guys,” Brooks said. “So all I can tell you is: get your... Read more »

What Martina McBride Took From Garth Brooks

When Martina McBride moved to Nashville to start her country career, she knew nobody. And she didn’t know a thing about the music business. In a new interview with industry publication Country Aircheck, McBride talks about those early years, how she got her start and what lessons she learned. And from Garth Brooks, what she... Read more »

Garth Brooks, Cole Swindell and More Surprise a Packed Nissan Stadium

The more than 50,000 fans at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium on Thursday (June 8) didn’t see it coming. But they all came unglued when the CMA’s reigning entertainer of the year Garth Brooks stepped into the spotlight for a surprise performance on night one of the CMA Music Festival. The concert moment happened early in the... Read more »

Martina McBride Celebrates 25 Years of Hits

This is what country music was like 25 years ago when Martina McBride released her debut album The Time Has Come. Essentially, country music was huge. At the time, Clint Black, Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson were among the acts who were taking the genre to its highest commercial heights. Black’s rise to prominence was... Read more »