|Garth Brooks’ hit song “The Thunder Rolls” lit up the charts starting in 1991 and albums like Fresh Horses and Ropin’ the Wind flew off
the shelves in the millions. In the early to mid-90s Garth Brooks became a touring and recording machine by playing to sold-out crowds worldwide and by releasing one hit album
after another. Though most has been quiet on the tour front for Garth Brooks in recent years, there's no telling when Brooks and his Grammy-winning wife, Trisha Yearwood might return to the spotlight, making Garth Brooks tickets a hot commodity
among country fans.
Garth Brooks may be a country music icon now, but his country roots began selling boots in Nashville. While waiting on boots sales to pay the bills, the aspiring country star
wrote one of his first country Top 5 hits. Brooks released his debut album in 1989, featuring his boot-slinging single, "Not Counting You," along with "The Dance," "Much Too
Young (To Feel This Damn Old)" and "If Tomorrow Never Comes." The self-titled debut album was a chart-topping success with multiple songs reaching the No. 1 spot.
By 1990, he released his follow-up album, No Fences, which introduced Brooks to a broader audience, topping the Billboard country music chart for 23 consecutive weeks
and also reaching the No. 3 spot on the pop chart. No Fences is known for Brooks' signature song "Friends in Low Places," and the blue collar anthem still gets
considerable airplay today.
Brooks rode the wave of success throughout the 90s, releasing album after album including Ropin' the Wind and The Chase in 1991, The Chase and Beyond
the Season in 1992, In Pieces in 1993, Fresh Horses in 1995, Stevens in 1997, Double Live in 1998 and In the Life of Chris Gaines in
His 1999 release introduced Brooks' alter ego, Chris Gaines, to country music. Gaines is a persona the country star created in an effort to embark on the world of rock 'n' roll
music. His foray into the genre proved less successful than his previous work, but his song "Lost in You" reached the Top 5 pop hits.
The 2000s were quieter for the country star. After releasing only a couple albums including Scarecrow in 2001, Brooks maintained a low profile. In 2006, Brooks married
Grammy-winning country artist Trisha Yearwood, and the newlyweds shifted focus to their family. Brooks admits he can't be away from his wife for long, so when rumors of a 2013
tour with Yearwood began to swirl, fans were more than excited.
With close to 20 albums under his belt, six of which were certified platinum several times over, as well as multiple Grammy Awards and American Music Awards, Garth Brooks continues to keep legions of loyal fans wanting more. Don't
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