"Back When the Old Stuff Was New!" - Garth Brings Retro Merchandise Exclusively to Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk

"Back When the Old Stuff Was New!" - Garth Brings Retro Merchandise Exclusively to Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk

Garth Brooks fans, some of whom are too young to remember "when the old stuff was new," will soon be able to purchase the vintage Garth t-shirts they've been clamoring for.  To celebrate the opening of Friends in Low Places, Garth is bringing back t-shirts with designs from as far back as the early '90s.  Limited quantities of the vintage graphic tees will be available exclusively in the FILP store at 411 Broadway, starting with the FILP grand opening on March 7.

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Score Big with After-Christmas Garth Deals

Score Big with After-Christmas Garth Deals

Looking for those post-Christmas deals? The Garth Brooks Anthology series is here to keep your spirits up through the new year! Whether you want to order one edition or the entire series, now is the perfect time.

Click here to get all three books together at a $70 discount off the lowest price to date, or grab one of the individuals for up to 60% OFF!  While you're at it, you can take advantage of another special offer--2 Limited Series boxed sets for $39.95.

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IN 1994, GARTH BROOKS FANS “KNEW” WHAT THEY WERE GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS WITH THE HITS

IN 1994, GARTH BROOKS FANS “KNEW” WHAT THEY WERE GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS WITH THE HITS

On December 13, 1994, Garth Brooks released The Hits, his first greatest hits collection.  Just in time for the holidays, fans eagerly scooped up the collection of the songs they knew and loved best from Brooks’ first five studio releases--Garth Brooks, No Fences, Ropin’ the Wind, The Chase, and In Pieces.  Loaded with 18 hit singles, including 12 Billboard #1’s, The Hits debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 and Country Albums chart.  It ultimately earned the RIAA’s Diamond Award for certified sales of 10 million units.

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GARTH BROOKS HAS A LONG TRADITION OF SHARING NEW MUSIC AT THE HOLIDAYS

GARTH BROOKS HAS A LONG TRADITION OF SHARING NEW MUSIC AT THE HOLIDAYS

As Garth Brooks celebrates the opening of his Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk in Nashville, he’s also celebrating the release of The Limited Series boxed set that includes his 14th studio album, Time Traveler.  Brooks’ tradition of releasing new music in time for the holidays goes back to 1995, when Fresh Horses hit store shelves on November 21.  It was the first of several albums released at Thanksgiving.

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"Back When the Old Stuff Was New!" - Garth Brings Retro Merchandise Exclusively to Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk

"Back When the Old Stuff Was New!" - Garth Brings Retro Merchandise Exclusively to Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk

Garth Brooks fans, some of whom are too young to remember "when the old stuff was new," will soon be able to purchase the vintage Garth t-shirts they've been clamoring for.  To celebrate the opening of Friends in Low Places, Garth is bringing back t-shirts with designs from as far back as the early '90s.  Limited quantities of the vintage graphic tees will be available exclusively in the FILP store at 411 Broadway, starting with the FILP grand opening on March 7.

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Score Big with After-Christmas Garth Deals

Score Big with After-Christmas Garth Deals

Looking for those post-Christmas deals? The Garth Brooks Anthology series is here to keep your spirits up through the new year! Whether you want to order one edition or the entire series, now is the perfect time.

Click here to get all three books together at a $70 discount off the lowest price to date, or grab one of the individuals for up to 60% OFF!  While you're at it, you can take advantage of another special offer--2 Limited Series boxed sets for $39.95.

Read MoreNews Archive
IN 1994, GARTH BROOKS FANS “KNEW” WHAT THEY WERE GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS WITH THE HITS

IN 1994, GARTH BROOKS FANS “KNEW” WHAT THEY WERE GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS WITH THE HITS

On December 13, 1994, Garth Brooks released The Hits, his first greatest hits collection.  Just in time for the holidays, fans eagerly scooped up the collection of the songs they knew and loved best from Brooks’ first five studio releases--Garth Brooks, No Fences, Ropin’ the Wind, The Chase, and In Pieces.  Loaded with 18 hit singles, including 12 Billboard #1’s, The Hits debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 and Country Albums chart.  It ultimately earned the RIAA’s Diamond Award for certified sales of 10 million units.

Read MoreNews Archive
GARTH BROOKS HAS A LONG TRADITION OF SHARING NEW MUSIC AT THE HOLIDAYS

GARTH BROOKS HAS A LONG TRADITION OF SHARING NEW MUSIC AT THE HOLIDAYS

As Garth Brooks celebrates the opening of his Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk in Nashville, he’s also celebrating the release of The Limited Series boxed set that includes his 14th studio album, Time Traveler.  Brooks’ tradition of releasing new music in time for the holidays goes back to 1995, when Fresh Horses hit store shelves on November 21.  It was the first of several albums released at Thanksgiving.

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the Anthology series

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the Anthology | Part I

The Anthology, Part I: The First Five Years follows Garth from Yukon, Oklahoma, to Nashville, Tennessee, chasing his dream of being a songwriter and launching his career with his first five studio albums—Garth Brooks, No Fences, Ropin’ the Wind, The Chase, and In Pieces.

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the Anthology | Part II

The Anthology, Part II picks up where The First Five Years leaves off, tracing Garth’s career and personal life from 1996-2001. It also takes an in-depth look at the stories behind the songs and recording sessions for Fresh Horses, Sevens, The Limited Series, Double Live, and Scarecrow.

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the Anthology | Part III

The Anthology, Part III: Live goes behind the scenes at Brooks’s record-breaking tours and major televised concerts from Central Park to Croke Park, using words and images that take the reader on the road and on the stage.