It has been awhile since we had a chance to catch up with a good ole boy from Texas, so we jumped at the chance when it came on our radar. 2015 CRS (Country Radio Seminar) was a busy time for us and thanks to country artist Pat Waters for being part of it. The six generation Texas native made us feel like we knew him forever and swore we would catch up again. Forward to November 29th and it finally happened. ... read more!
Pearl Records’ artist, Garth Brooks is a never-ending man at work. He recently announced the release of part one of a five-part anthology book series on Tuesday, November 14th, entitled “Part 1, The First Five Years.” The Garth-penned book will offer a detailed look at the first five years of his career as told by Garth himself and those involved with the creating, recording, and promotion of the first five albums. ... read more!
Our Throwback song today has one of the most recognizable guitar intros in music, and when the crowd goes wild as Garth Brooks plays it in the arena, there is nothing like it. Pure deafening magic. ... read more!
The excitement and anticipation rises to the top in every town that legendary show stopping country artist Garth Brooks comes to, Los Angeles is no exception. As we await the first of two weekends of shows at the Forum, July 21/22 and July 28/29, I look back at the first time I saw Garth in the 90’s till the present, realizing how long I have been a fan and knowing, once again this will be another BIG event in my lifetime. ... read more!
We have a writer who contributes to our site, Geoff Brown, that is a HUGE Garth Brooks fan. He is also pretty darn clever. He wrote this open letter to try to meet Garth Brooks using a TON of Garth Brooks’ song titles. I thought it was pretty creative and fun and thought we would post it here to share and who knows….maybe the right person would read it and his dream to meet Garth would come true! You never know! ... read more!
Our Flashback Friday Song today is Chris LeDoux’s “This Cowboy’s Hat.” The song, written by Jake Brooks, was on the album “Western Underground” and was released in the summer of 1991. Somehow it didn’t make it into the top 40 on the country charts. ... read more!