Denver gives Garth Brooks the “greatest night of (his) career”
To many country music outsiders, Garth Brooks is one of life’s greatest mysteries. How has a dad-jeaned balladeer from Tulsa moved more albums in the U.S. than any other artist in the world beside The Beatles? And, some 20 years after his heyday, still selling out stadium tours?
The answer was blowing in the cool wind that cut through Mile High Stadium on Saturday, where a record-breaking 84,000 fans gathered under a slate of clouds to give Brooks what he’d call the greatest night of his career, striking up his 11-piece band to mine an immense catalogue of country-FM gold for a career retrospective.
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