Country music superstar Garth Brooks has been coy about rumors his new album and post-Thanksgiving TV special could signal a return to the concert stage as well, until he sat down with " Good Morning America ... a DVD of his Las …
It’s been a long, sweet (and we presume lucrative) run, but country megastar Garth Brooks is finally going to finish his …
LAS VEGAS — Eight years after trading in his Stetson and pop music superstardom for domestic life raising his three young daughters, Garth Brooks, the biggest-selling solo performer of all time, has decided to dust off that hat and …
But he is also cautioning fans who think that his new world tour might be just like his one-man show at the Wynn in Las Vegas. “If you think you’ve seen Garth Brooks in concert, get ready. It’ll be nothing like the Wynn show,” he said.
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Ask Garth Brooks, and he’ll tell you he’s a selfish, selfish man. The semi-retired country music icon’s taking a break from his regular weekend shows at the Wynn Las Vegas and is hitting the road again a couple of years earlier than he …
Country star Garth Brooks turned his hit Las Vegas holiday show into ratings gold Friday, topping all contenders including Lady Gaga's Thanksgiving special. "Garth Brooks: Live From Las Vegas" averaged 1.8 rating among adults aged 18 …
Garth Brooks has inked with WME for representation ... Brooks previously did a four-year residency at the Wynn Las Vegas. According to his reps, Brooks is the only solo artist to have six albums, including “No Fences,” “Sevens” and …
American country singer Garth Brooks ... from the early 1990s, Brooks played the occasional one-city run of shows and benefit concerts during his retirement but never toured. In 2009, he began performing concerts in Las Vegas. Brooks
Garth Brooks is hitting the road once again ... He had starred since 2009 in a one-man show at the Wynn Las Vegas hotel. Now, with the blessings of those closest to him, the artist who has sold more than 100 million records, returns …
CBS broadcasts the 53rd "The Thanksgiving Parade" at 8 a.m. Thursday on channel 6, with Lady Antebellum and the Broadway casts of the hit productions "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella," "First Date" and "A Night with Janis …