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Garth Brooks Releasing 2 New Albums This Week, Here’s What Fans Can Expect

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In just a few days, Garth Brooks will release two new albums, ‘Fun’ and ‘Triple Live Deluxe,’ for excited country music fans. 

In January of 2019, Brooks teased the album ‘Fun’ and revealed the name. Fans were on the edge of their seat, and then they had to wait nearly two years before Brooks finally graced them with the albums. Brooks had to delay the release for so long due to the start of the pandemic. 

‘Fun’ will feature 14 songs, including a cover of “Shallow” from A Star Is Born by Trisha Yearwood. 

Brooks has already released half the song on the album, including “That’s What Cowboys Do,” “The Road I’m On,” “Courage of Love,” “Party Gras,” “All Day Long,” “Stronger Than Me,” and “Dive Bar.” 

Brooks’s other album, ‘Triple Live Deluxe,’ is more than double the other, with 30 songs. The songs featured on the album are from Garth Brooks’s three-year World Tour that lasted from 2014 until 2017, as well as his Stadium Tour in 2019. In addition, ‘Triple Live Deluxe’ will feature six different album covers because two or three just wasn’t enough. Each album will also contain a booklet of photos from the Garth Brooks on the road.

The album was originally going to be part of Brooks’s seven-record vinyl packages, ‘The Legacy Collection’ however, it was released in November of 2019. 

Continue reading about Brooks’s number one song ‘The Thunder Rolls’ and the controversial music video behind it here.

Garth Brooks

Since 1989, the 58-year-old singer and songwriter has released 12 studio albums, two live albums, three compilation albums, three Christmas albums, four box sets, as well as 77 singles. He also has sold more than 170 million records worldwide. 

Impressive, to say the least. 

In addition, Brooks is the only artist in history to have nine of his albums to achieve diamond status in the United States. The Beatles are in second, with only six achieving that certification. 

He has a total of 169 nominations and 91 award show wins during his successful career.

Can you imagine that trophy case?

[H/T The Country Daily]