Garth Brooks Packs the ’Daddy of ‘Em All’ in New Concert Pics From Cheyenne Frontier Days

by Joe Rutland
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We know a lot of Outsiders have a place in their hearts for country music. Garth Brooks put on a show for fans at Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Brooks is back out on the road touring these days and, on Friday night, he had a lot of fans show up for his concert. He packed them in at the yearly event in Cheyenne, Wyo.

Garth Brooks even decided to share some of those pictures from that concert with his fans around the world thanks to Twitter.

As you can see in one picture, Brooks comes to the edge of the stage and greets one of his young fans. That’s nothing new for him as he connects with audiences wherever he performs.

Garth Brooks Brought Fans Back to Stadium Concerts In Las Vegas

Garth Brooks returned to the concert stage earlier this month in Las Vegas, Nev.

According to TMZ, a sold-out crowd of 68,000 packed inside Allegiant Stadium to see Brooks. It also apparently was the first major stadium concert since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns began in March 2020. 

Brooks reportedly told the crowd, “To every musician out there, all I can say is get back in the game because it’s the great feeling in the world.” He then said he’s never been made to “feel at home” as quickly as the Las Vegas crowd did.

Prior to appearing in Cheyenne, Brooks held a sold-out concert in Salt Lake City. He’s also doing concerts in Kansas City, Mo., Lincoln, Neb., and Cincinnati, Ohio. Then, on July 31st, Garth Brooks is set to do his first concert at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.

Music Legend Tops List of Best-Selling Country Artists of All Time

Are you surprised to know that Garth Brooks is in the No. 1 spot for the Top 20 best-selling country artists of all time? We bet not.

Outsiders love their country music and they love their Garth, too.

Brooks has sold more records (157 million units) than any solo artist in the history of music, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Only the Beatles (183 million units) have moved more music than Garth. And chew on this: Garth has sold 88 million units more than George Strait, who currently resides at No. 2 on our list.

Brooks’ best-selling album, 1998’s Double Live, has been certified 2X Diamond for sales of 21 million units. The double-disc offering is the best-selling live album in any genre.

What’s his best-selling studio album? That would be 1990’s No Fences, which has been certified 18X Platinum for sales of 18 million units. 

That’s a pretty tidy amount of record sales for Brooks throughout his long career. Here’s the amazing thing: Brooks isn’t done with recording or concerts. Those numbers are only going to get bigger.

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