Garth Brooks is putting the word out soon about a concert he’s going to hold in one place where he’s “wanted for years” to perform.
Brooks mentioned it during a Facebook Live on Monday. When he was talking about performing in Cheyenne, Wyo., and Las Vegas, Brooks added a little extra sizzle for his fans.
“Man, this is one that I’ve wanted for years,” he said without revealing the location. Garth Brooks said an announcement about this concert might come within the next 10 days.
Where could Brooks be performing? It remains a mystery as he’s planning to reveal an answer in the next couple of weeks. He’s looking forward to getting back out on the road, though.
So, country music and Garth Brooks fans will just have to stay tuned.
Garth Brooks Gives Fans Some New Content on ‘Friends In Zoom Places’
If you are looking for some new Garth Brooks interview and music material, then he’s got you covered.
Set your “Garth Brooks” timers for Monday, April 26, at 5 p.m. Eastern. That’s when you can catch “Friends in Zoom Places,” an hour-long conversation with Storme Warren on SiriusXM’s The Garth Channel. It’s on the satellite radio platform’s Channel 55.
According to SiriusXM, the event will also have some special guests and live performances. Now if you have a SiriusXM subscription and miss the show on Monday, then you’ll have opportunities through the week to catch a replay on The Garth Channel.
The first one will be at 8 p.m. Eastern on Monday.
Brooks, Trisha Yearwood Say They Focused On Marriage In Recent Months
What do you do with time on your hands and you happen to be Brooks and Trisha Yearwood? They spent time working on their marriage.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a halt to many things, including concert dates for Brooks, Yearwood, and other music acts. Brooks and Yearwood, one of country music’s royal couples, focused on themselves and their relationship.
During an interview on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” with guest host Steven “tWitch” Boss, Brooks opened up about those hard talks he had with Yearwood.
“We kinda used it to work on ourselves,” he said. “Because we were by ourselves for weeks. You know, I think 99.9 percent of the people wouldn’t have done what I did.
“But I thought, ‘Since we’re here and we ain’t got nowhere to go, let’s tackle some of the hardest things over 15 years that bugs one of us,'” Brooks said. “And it was like living in a little house, so we couldn’t go anywhere. So, we couldn’t walk away from the conversation.”