Tickets to Garth Brooks's Concert Tour
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|Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo: Garth Brooks||Tue. February 27, 2018||
|Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo: Garth Brooks||Sun. March 18, 2018||
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About Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks is a country music singer who’s achieved global mainstream success. As a solo artist he trails only Elvis Presley in album sales and among all artists he trails only The Beatles and Presley.
Brooks has released a remarkable six albums that have sold more than ten million copies: Garth Brooks (1989), No Fences (1990), Ropin’ The Wind (1991), The Hits (1994), Sevens (1997), and Double Live (1998). In total, the country music superstar has sold more than 128 million albums worldwide and hundreds of thousands of Garth Brooks tickets.
Surprisingly, Brooks retired from preforming and recording in 2001. The singer stepped away from the music biz to spend more time with his family. With a few exceptions, his retirement remained in effect until December of 2009. That’s when he began a 5-year residency at Encore Las Vegas. This series of concerts allows him to perform on the weekend while spending the rest of the week with his family. He was even given access to a private jet so he could quickly fly from Sin City to his spread in Oklahoma.
While Garth is a country music artist in the style of George Strait and Alan Jackson, he still managed to crossover and find success in traditional rock and pop markets. Furthermore, many of Garth’s influences are from the rock and pop world not the country music genre. His idol is James Taylor and he sites as other influences Dan Fogelberg, Billy Joel, and Queen. He was the only country music artist to appear on Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved, a popular Kiss tribute album. For the opus, Brooks covered the song “Hard Luck Woman.” He did not, like many feared, turn it into a country song. Brooks’ version of “Hard Luck Woman” is also the only track on the album to feature members of Kiss.
In 1999, Garth Brooks released a rock album called Garth Brooks in… The Life of Chris Gaines. The album, and the numerous promotional appearances that followed, were meant to lead to a movie with Garth Brooks starring as Gaines, a troubled rock star. However, no one bought the idea of Brooks as rocker and the movie was scrapped. Either out of fear that Brooks-the-country-music-star would not return, or just because they didn’t enjoy his foray into another genre, the great “Chris Gaines” experiment was universally rejected by music fans. The album was deemed an abject failure only weeks after hitting store shelves.
Still, Brooks has found other ways to incorporate elements of rock music into his act. For instance, his live shows have a distinct rock and roll feel. Instead of standing behind a microphone and strumming a guitar, Brooks uses a wireless microphone which he wears as a headset. This allows him the freedom to run around the stage and interact with his audience. This gives Garth Brooks concerts a much different vibe than other country music shows. Needless to say, tickets to see Brooks' performances are hard to get. For example, in 2007, his run at the newly opened Sprint Center in Kansas City expanded from a single night to nine to accommodate the overwhelming demand. Garth tickets for those nine shows, all 140,000 of them, sold out in less than two hours.
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