Garth Brooks Makes Big 2014 Comeback! Garth Album 2014 Set for a November Release
Country Music Hall of Famer and legendary singer-songwriter, Garth Brooks, after several years of full-, then semi-retirement, because he wanted to focus on raising his children, is back on the scene. With his youngest child, Allie, already a high school graduate, Garth is now busy reviving his music career, as well as helping other musicians build up theirs. On Thursday last week, he launched GhostTunes, his own online digital music store where artists will be able to offer music any way they want: as singles only, as full albums, for downloading or streaming. He said, "We watched the digital revolution move in and we were on the sidelines. I wanted a place that just sold entertainment and to sell it any way the artist wanted it sold."
During the GhostTunes launch, Garth also announced his own initial "mega-bundle" offering priced at just $29.99 that will include a still untitled Garth Album 2014 for a November release and another album planned for 2015, plus all eight of his past studio Garth Brooks albums, a new double live 25th anniversary edition featuring 30 songs and 30 videos, his new single, "People Loving People," and a bonus track, "Send 'Em on Down the Road." All Garth Brooks top songs, especially those Garth Brooks Youtube all-time favorites, will be there in that offering. He said it is "a gift to fans." GhostTunes music can be listened on site as well as downloaded and played on computers, tablets, smartphones and other smart devices. Aside from Garth Brooks music, GhostTunes also now has available more than 7 million singles and albums by hundreds of other artists, including Iggy Azalea, Coldplay, Kimbra, Ariana Grande, Miranda Lambert, Sia, Brad Paisley, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran.
Later in the evening of that Thursday, Garth Brooks opened his comeback Garth Brooks 2014 tour at Allstate Arena in Chicago. Dressed in a black cowboy hat, striped gray shirt and jeans, the country singer opened the show with his "Man Against the Machine." He followed with twenty-two other hit Garth Brooks songs, including a duet with his singer-songwriter wife Trisha Yearwood on "In Another's Eyes." He closed the two-hour show with the Garth Brooks "Dance" signature song. He did "Fever" for his encore number. After Illinois governor Pat Quinn went onstage to give a plaque declaring "Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Day," Brooks asked his wife to sing his favorite song of hers "just for me, not for these people. Would you sing 'Walkaway Joe'?" She did.
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