Garth Brooks scored one of the biggest hits of his career with "Friends in Low Places," and he's reportedly marking the song's silver anniversary by releasing a new version featuring an all-star roster.
It's always an interesting story how a song comes about. It can come from so many places, anywhere really--a medley, a lyrics, a thought, a mistake, a hum. But, there's such a long path a song takes before it really becomes a hit.
That's right Garth Brooks is coming back to the Great Lakes Region just over six months after he was in Buffalo, NY, at the First Niagara Center in March 2015. Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood are also the recipients of quite the honor, something we would have thought they'd received years ago! Check it all out in this Country Music City Minute with Clay Moden!
Garth Brooks says he knew when he booked them that there was a slim chance he’d have to cancel his shows in Tampa, Fla., but it would take a perfect storm to make it happen. The storm rolled in. The singer told a local radio station that these were the first U.S. shows he’s ever had to cancel and explained why they couldn’t just move.
Garth Brooks fans in Florida will unfortunately have to travel out of state to catch the superstar and wife Trisha Yearwood on their World Tour this summer, as Brooks' upcoming Tampa shows have been canceled.
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