July 10.2014 – Nashville Stars! Garth Brooks News!!

Garth press conference

Garth Brooks announced his long awaited return to the road today (July 10), as well as a new studio album!

Brooks, the best selling solo artist of all time, has long held out from making his music available to digital outlets, also revealed plans to release his music digitally within the next two or three weeks. “When it is used right, [digital] can do wonders for the artists and the songwriters,” said Brooks, adding, “we play our own way.” Therefore, the music will be exclusively at GarthBrooks.com and for a limited window it will be available at what he said is a “stupid” low price.

He didn’t reveal the location of the opening concert today. Instead, he will fulfill a promise to a fan named Andy, who he met at one of his concerts in Las Vegas, and call Andy on July 14 to reveal the opening city. Brooks said he is proud of the low ticket price for the upcoming run, but didn’t give details, which will be made public in the next ten days.

No release date has been set, but expects it to be available in the next two months. Addressing the new project, he said, “Garth music is ever evolving and stands the test of time.”

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