Why See Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood?
The Huge Joint Tour Continues INto 2017
After a thirteen year hiatus from touring, country music star Garth Brooks finally hit the road again in 2014 for a massive three-year tour - and he's not alone! He's teamed up with his wife Trisha Yearwood on select dates for an exciting double headliner tour ahead of their much-talked-about joint album (due out for the 2016 Holiday season). The power couple were married in 2005 and rumours of a joint tour have been flying around for several years - finally fans of both performers will have their wish granted!
This tour kicked off in Chicago and has taken them across the world, with record sales everywhere they go! Garth Brooks has been making country music records since the late eighties, only two years more than his spouse. The couple have five Grammy Awards and sales almost reaching an astounding 100 million figure, and some of their best known tracks include 'She's Every Woman', 'The River' and 'How Do I Live'. They play Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, Closed December 23, 2017
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