Garth Brooks’ daughter Allie Colleen is ready to rock out at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Her own father performed at the festival and is following in his footsteps.
Colleen is set to perform at the Outlaw Saloon with fellow country singer Carter Winter on July 27. Tickets are on sale for her performance now which is set to take place at 5 PM. Tickets are $15 each and proceeds will go to two charities. Although she has a famous father and famous stepmother, Allie Colleen is keeping things real.
“People expect me to show up in a bus, I don’t have one,” she said. “I think a lot of them expect me to come out and know what I’m doing, which was your first problem, because I don’t. My family has never talked about music. We’re all about sports.”
The show will be a writer’s round sort of performance. The pair of artists will be going back and forth while singing acoustic songs. They will also be performing their duet, “Love Like I Drink.”
“We’re so appreciative to be in a genre where we get to tell stories and we love that vein of country music,” she added.
Earlier this year, Allie Colleen premiered her debut album, Stones. The record features eleven tracks and is for fans of Ashley McBryde or Jo Dee Messina.
Allie Colleen on Her Famous Father Garth Brooks
Her mother, Sandy Mahl, Garth Brooks and “bonus mom” Trisha Yearwood, all dedicate their lives to make sure that their family was taken care of first and foremost.
“My parents were phenomenal in the way that they shut down everything to raise us,” Allie Colleen added. They came home from school and would be normal kids and have a typical family life. They would switch homes every day at 6 PM. This was so that both parents could spend every single day with their kids.
“I love to sing, and … I don’t really have to think all of the things that I think about all of the time when I sing, so, I don’t think I’ve thought of it as like, a career, you know?” she told the outlet. “I just knew I was going to sing for the rest of my life and then I think as I got older it was just like, ‘No, that’s the only thing I’m also going to do is sing for the rest of my life.'”