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Phoenix, AZ

OCTOBER 23 - 24

TALKING STICK ARENA <br>(US Airways Center)

TALKING STICK ARENA
(US Airways Center)

201 East Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Tickets On Sale:

Friday, SEPTEMBER 11 at 10:00am MST

Tickets will cost $59.08 plus $4.90 tax, a $4.75 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge for a total of $74.98.

Fri, Oct 23 7:00 PM
Sat, Oct 24 7:00 PM
 
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Cleveland, OH

October 9-10

Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena

1 Center Court
Cleveland, OH 44115

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Tickets On Sale:

Tickets cost $61.56 plus $4.92 tax, a $3.00 facility fee and a $5.50 service charge for a total of $74.98

Fri, Oct 9 7:00 PM Available
Fri, Oct 9 10:30 PM Available
Sat, Oct 10 7:00 PM
Sat, Oct 10 10:30 PM Available
 
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Milwaukee, WI

September 25 - 26

BMO HARRIS BRADLEY CENTER

BMO HARRIS BRADLEY CENTER

1001 N 4th St
Milwaukee, WI 53203

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Tickets On Sale:

Tickets cost $62.24 plus $3.49 tax, a $3.00 facility fee and a $6.25 service charge for a total of $74.98

Fri, Sept 25 7:00 PM Available
Sat, Sept 26 7:00 PM Available
Sat, Sept 26 10:30 PM Available
 
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Dallas, TX

September 17 - 22

American Airlines Center

American Airlines Center

2500 Victory Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75219

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THU, SEPT 17 7:30 PM Available
FRI, SEPT 18 7:00 PM Available
FRI, SEPT 18 10:30 PM Available
SAT, SEPT 19 7:00 PM Available
SAT, SEPT 19 10:30 PM Available
SUN, SEPT 20 7:30 PM Available
TUE, SEPT 22 7:30 PM Available
 
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The Digital Bundle
The Digital Bundle

The Digital Bundle

November 2014

This digital only bundle includes the NEW Man Against Machine Album, the NEW DOUBLE LIVE - 25th Anniversary Edition, AND all eight iconic studio albums, AND the 2015 studio album release!
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Man Against Machine
Man Against Machine

Man Against Machine

November 2014

MAN AGAINST MACHINE - The wait is finally over… Brooks’ eagerly awaited ninth studio album will hit stores this fall. Powered by the first single, “People Loving People,” it’s Brooks’ first studio record in over 13 years. “It is a remarkable feeling to be making music again,” Brooks said, “I guess I really didn’t realize how much I missed it!” The launch will also mark the first time Brooks’ music has been available to buy digitally. The fall release will also be available on physical CD. “There’ll be a bunch of music,” the ten-time Entertainer of the Year smiled, “We’ve been gone a long time, so there is a lot to sing about!”
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Double Live
Double Live

Double Live

November 1998

DOUBLE LIVE (Double-Diamond Award) - Certified over 23 million, DOUBLE LIVE is the greatest selling LIVE record in music history. DOUBLE LIVE became Brooks’ eighth time to debut #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and the Country Albums Chart. Now the NEW (DVD/2CD Set) 25th Anniversary Edition of DOUBLE LIVE is here!

With over one million in sales its first week, Garth Brooks’ DOUBLE LIVE collection exploded onto the scene, setting a record for first-week sales. This special 25th Anniversary Edition package contains two-CDs and one DVD with 30 songs and 30 music videos! This incredible three-disc set has been updated with new songs and new videos including, the record breaking “More Than A Memory,” “A Heart in New York,” the opening song of the HBO Central Park special, Garth’s memorable 2005 Live CMA performance of “Good Ride Cowboy” in New York City’s Times Square, “Workin’ For A Livin’,” the duet with Huey Lewis and “Wrapped Up in You” featuring a guest appearance by Keb Mo. Garth fans will love celebrating 25 years of LIVE with this one-of-a-kind collection.

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of 23 million units
RIAA, Diamond Award for sales in excess of 10 million units (Double-Diamond)
Billboard #1 Top 200 Album (1998)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1998)
Billboard, Male Artist of the Decade (1999)
AMA, Favorite Album/Country (2000)
AMA, Artist of the Decade (2000)
ACM, Artist of the Decade (1998)
ACM, Entertainer of the Year (1998)
CMA, Entertainer of the Year (1998)
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Scarecrow
Scarecrow

Scarecrow

November 2001

SCARECROW - Certified over five million, SCARECROW marked the seventh time Brooks debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and the Country Albums chart. Already loaded with hits including “Wrapped Up In You,” SCARECROW just got better with the addition of two more chart topping songs, “Good Ride Cowboy” and “More Than A Memory!”

In 2001, Garth Brooks announced his retirement and delivered his last studio record to date, SCARECROW. From “Beer Run,” the fun-loving duet with George Jones, to the hauntingly beautiful “When You Come Back To Me Again” from the movie, Frequency, SCARECROW is an incredible collection of songs from Brooks at a very poignant time in his life. In 2005, the world’s largest retailer came to Brooks and expressed an interest to “look inside the vault.” From that relationship, “Good Ride Cowboy” and “More Than A Memory” were on limited collections. Now, those two songs have found a permanent home on SCARECROW, summing up the work of the great producer, Allen Reynolds. A great album just got better!

SINGLES:
“Wrapped Up In You”
“Squeeze Me In” (The duet with Trisha Yearwood)
“Thicker Than Blood”
“Why Ain’t I Running”
“Good Ride Cowboy” (The tribute to Chris LeDoux)
“More Than A Memory”

VIDEOS:
“Wrapped Up In You”
“Good Ride Cowboy” (The tribute to Chris LeDoux)
“More Than A Memory”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of five million units
People’s Choice, Favorite Male Musical Performer (2001)
Billboard #1 Top 200 (2001)
Billboard #1 Country Album (2001)
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Sevens
Sevens

Sevens

November 1997

SEVENS (Diamond Award and Grammy Award Winner) - Certified over 10 million, Brooks’ seventh studio album debuted at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and Country Chart. Sevens, was the top-selling debut week of any album released in 1997 and was fueled by four #1 singles, including “Two Pina Coladas” and the Grammy Award winning duet with Trisha Yearwood, “In Another’s Eyes.”

It debuted at #1 on both the Billboard 200 and country albums charts with first-week sales of 896,932 and topped the Billboard 200 chart for a total of 7 weeks, and the country albums chart for 13 weeks. SEVENS is an album full of collaboration, from the Trisha Yearwood duet, “In Another’s Eyes,” to the overly talented Steve Wariner’s “Longneck Bottle,” to the New Grass Revival anthem, “Do What You Gotta Do.” Sevens will be your favorite Garth Brooks record!

SINGLES:
“In Another’s Eyes” (The duet with Trisha Yearwood)
“Longneck Bottle”
“She’s Gonna Make It”
“Two Pina Coladas”
“You Move Me”
“Do What You Gotta Do”

VIDEOS:
“In Another’s Eyes” (The duet with Trisha Yearwood)

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of 10 million units
RIAA Diamond Award for sales in excess of 10 million units
Grammy, Best Country Collaboration with Vocals – “In Another’s Eyes” (1998)
People’s Choice Favorite Male Musical Performer (1997)
CMA, Entertainer of the Year (1997)
ACM, Entertainer of the Year (1997)
AMA, Favorite Album/Country (1998)
Billboard #1 Top 200 (1997)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1997)
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Fresh Horses
Fresh Horses

Fresh Horses

November 1995

FRESH HORSES - Certified over seven million, FRESH HORSES had the biggest first-week sales of any previous Garth album, nearly half a million copies, and it debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart. This rare and unique collection delivered three more #1 singles including the Bob Dylan smash, “To Make You Feel My Love,” and the eerie country classic “Beaches Of Cheyenne.”

At the time of its release, FRESH HORSES was the first studio album from Garth Brooks in three years—a rebellious romp that stretched the boundaries of an artist we thought we’d figured out. After the first week of its release, eight of the ten songs on the album appeared on the country singles chart . . . another first in music history. From the beautiful, “She’s Every Woman” to the soulful anthem “The Change,” to the raucous “The Fever,” there is something for everyone in this amazing collection.

SINGLES:
“She’s Every Woman”
“The Beaches of Cheyenne”
“That Ol’ Wind”
“It’s Midnight Cinderella”
“The Fever”
“The Change”

VIDEOS:
“The Change”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of seven million units
People’s Choice Favorite Male Musical Performer (1996)
AMA Favorite Male Artist/Country (1996)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1996)
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In Pieces
In Pieces

In Pieces

August 1993

IN PIECES - Certified over eight million, IN PIECES was Garth’s third album in a row to debut at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and the Billboard Country Albums Chart. This “electric” album brought two more #1 singles Ain’t Going Down (‘Til The Sun Comes Up) and American Honky-Tonk Bar Association.”

IN PIECES, featuring fan favorites “Ain’t Going Down (’Til the Sun Comes Up),” “Standing Outside The Fire,” and “Callin’ Baton Rouge,” reflects more of the live show than any of his first four albums. These tunes capture the excitement Brooks exudes while performing on tour. IN PIECES also includes “The Red Strokes,” the song behind the forever-famous paint video that won Brooks the Academy of Country Music Award for Video of the Year.

SINGLES:
“Ain’t Going Down (’Til The Sun Comes Up)”
“American Honky-Tonk Bar Association”
“Callin’ Baton Rouge”
“Standing Outside The Fire”
“One Night A Day”

VIDEOS:
“Ain’t Going Down (’Til The Sun Comes Up)”
“Callin’ Baton Rouge”
“Standing Outside The Fire”
“The Red Strokes”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of eight million units
People’s Choice Favorite Male Musical Performer (1993)
ACM, Entertainer of the Year (1994)
ACM, Video of the Year – “The Red Strokes” (1994)
AMA Favorite Male Artist/Country (1993)
Billboard #1 Top 200 (1993)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1993)
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The Chase
The Chase

The Chase

September 1992

THE CHASE - Certified over nine million, THE CHASE was the second album in history to debut at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and the Billboard Country Albums Chart. This socially aware release brought two more #1 singles “Learning To Live Again” and “That Summer.”

In 1992, Capitol Records took a big risk and shipped five million copies of THE CHASE. At the time, the largest initial shipment in music history at the time. Sales skyrocketed as THE CHASE exploded on the scene striking a chord with its wide range of subject matter from addressing such issues as human rights in the ever-powerful “We Shall Be Free,” to realizing the darkness inside all of us in the chilling “Face To Face.”

SINGLES:
“We Shall Be Free”
“Somewhere Other Than The Night”
“Learning To Live Again”
“That Summer”

VIDEOS:
“We Shall Be Free”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of nine million units
NAACP Humanitarian Award - “We Shall Be Free” (1993)
GLAAD Media Award - “We Shall Be Free” (1993)
People’s Choice, Favorite Male Musical Performer (1993)
ACM, Video of the Year - “We Shall Be Free” - Artist (1993)
ACM, Video of the Year - “We Shall Be Free” - Director (1993)
ACM, Entertainer of the Year (1993)
AMA, Favorite Male Artist/Country (1993)
Billboard #1 Top 200 (1992)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1992)
ASCAP - Songwriter of the Year (1993)
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Ropin’ The Wind
Ropin’ The Wind

Ropin’ The Wind

September 1991

ROPIN’ THE WIND (Diamond Award & Grammy Award Winner) - Certified over 14 million, ROPIN’ THE WIND was the first album in history to debut at #1 on both the Billboard 200 Top Albums Chart and the Billboard Country Albums chart.

Even though it was known as the son of NO FENCES, ROPIN’ THE WIND would turn out to make the most noise of any Garth album. With the help of the hit singles, “Shameless” – “Rodeo” – “Papa Loved Mama” - “The River”, ROPIN’ THE WIND would quickly rewrite the history books a number of times and become Garth’s second album to sell more than 10 million copies. While ROPIN’ THE WIND held the #1 position on the country albums chart, the #2 and #3 albums were NO FENCES (at 52 weeks) and GARTH BROOKS (at 123 weeks), respectively. This was an unprecedented achievement that has yet to be repeated! ROPIN’ THE WIND is a MUST for any collection.

SINGLES:
“Rodeo”
“Shameless”
“What She’s Doing Now”
“Papa Loved Mama”
“The River”

VIDEOS:
“The River”

AWARDS:
RIAA Diamond Award for sales in excess of 10 million units
RIAA certified for sales in excess of 14 million units
Grammy, Best Male Country Vocal Performance (1992)
People’s Choice, Favorite Male Country Music Performer (1992)
People’s Choice, Favorite Male Musical Performer (1992)
CMA Album of the Year (1992)
CMA Entertainer of the Year (1992)
ACM Entertainer of the Year (1992)
AMA Favorite Male Artist/Country (1992)
Billboard #1 Top 200 (1992)
Billboard #1 Country Album (1992 & 1993)
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No Fences
No Fences

No Fences

August 1990

NO FENCES (Diamond Award) - Certified over 17 million, NO FENCES has been called, “The greatest country album ever recorded.” It was Garth’s first #1 album and his first album to sell more than 10 million copies. This amazing album brought four #1 hits including “THE THUNDER ROLLS” and “I’VE GOT FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES.”

At the time of its release, it was impossible to predict the impact NO FENCES would have, not only on Garth’s career, but also on the way country music would be viewed from that point on. “I’ve Got Friends in Low Places” was the CMA and ACM Single of the Year. While “The Thunder Rolls” was the American Music Awards Favorite Country Single of 1992. NO FENCES boasts two other #1 hit singles: “Unanswered Prayers” and “Two of a Kind (Workin’ on a Full House)”. NO FENCES launched Brooks’ career by winning six Academy of Country Music Awards, including Album of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, and Entertainer of the Year! No collection is complete without this great album.

SINGLES:
“Friends in Low Places”
“Unanswered Prayers”
“Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House”
“The Thunder Rolls”

VIDEOS:
“The Thunder Rolls”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of 17 million units
RIAA Diamond Award for sales in excess of 10 million units
CMA, Album of the Year (1991)
CMA, Single of the Year - “Friends in Low Places” (1991)
CMA, Music Video of the Year - “The Thunder Rolls” (1991)
ACM, Album of the Year (1991)
ACM, Single Record of the Year - “Friends in Low Places” (1991)
ACM, Top Male Vocalist (1991)
ACM, Entertainer of the Year (1991)
Billboard, #1 Country Album (1991)
AMA, Favorite Album/Country (1992)
AMA, Favorite Single/Country - “The Thunder Rolls” (1992)
AMA, Favorite Male Artist/Country (1992)
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Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

April 1989

GARTH BROOKS (Diamond Award) - Certified over 10 million, this is the album that started it all. The original GARTH BROOKS album brought the debut single, “MUCH TOO YOUNG (To Feel This Damn Old)” and his first two #1 hits “IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES” and “THE DANCE.”

The original GARTH BROOKS album quietly shipped less than 20,000 records at the start, and it all began… Then, a staggering 65 weeks after it’s debut, the album finally peaked at #2 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. And what record kept the album from topping the chart? Its successor, NO FENCES, was #1 at the time! His self-titled debut album has some of the most iconic and powerful Garth songs ever recorded, including the 1991 ACM Song of the Year, “The Dance” as well as the 1991 American Music Awards Favorite Country Single, “If Tomorrow Never Comes”. Tracks from this album are classic and timeless tunes that you instantly come to mind when think of Garth Brooks. If you are a “Garth” fan, this album is a MUST for your collection.

SINGLES:
“Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”
“If Tomorrow Never Comes”
“Not Counting You”
“The Dance”

VIDEOS:
“If Tomorrow Never Comes”
“The Dance”

AWARDS:
RIAA certified for sales in excess of 10 million units
RIAA, Diamond Award (for sales in excess of 10 million units)
CMA, Video of the Year - “The Dance” (1990)
CMA, Horizon Award - (1990)
ACM, Song of the Year - “The Dance” (1991)
ACM, Video of the Year - “The Dance” (1991)
AMA, Favorite Single/Country - “If Tomorrow Never Comes” (1991)