The Next Five Years, Garth Learned A Lot!!" Garth Brooks Unveils The Cover Of Anthology Part II

The Next Five Years, Garth Learned A Lot!!" Garth Brooks Unveils The Cover Of Anthology Part II

Updated on July 22, 2022 10:50 AM by Anna P

Garth Brooks Gearing His New Anthology Release

Garth Brooks is gearing up to release his new anthology, detailing his life and career through some of his most pivotal years.

Exclusive announcement on Thursday that Brooks, the legendary country singer, has unveiled the cover art to Anthology Part II, The Next Five Years. It is officially on sale for a Nov. 15 release date.

The anthology is also set to chronicle Brooks' famous 24-hour signing session at Fan Fair in 1996, the delay in releasing Seven, and his decision to announce his retirement.

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I Learned A Lot! The "Where Your Road Leads"

He continued the interviews just floored me, referencing the excerpts with Bob Dylan, Keith Urban, Steve Wariner, and more. Miss Yearwood claimed there was a duet version of 'To Make You Feel My Love' that only she remembered. But when we found it buried deep in the vault, I was amazed at how raw and beautiful it was!

His wife, Trisha Yearwood, has her take on the project: "The way I see it, Garth spent the first five years of that crazy ride just hanging on for dear life! In the second five years, you start to see a captain steering his ship, she said in the release.

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Six Disc Set Of Musical Album

In addition to the anthology, the country star will also be releasing a six-disc set of musical highlights from albums released during that time, along with two previously unreleased recordings.

Fans will have the opportunity to join Brooks in his studio on TalkShopLive to hear some of the stories included in the anthology, ask him questions, and possibly hear new music.

The announcement comes after he revealed in June during an Inside Studio G Facebook Live that he was "excited" about the opening of Friends in Low Places Bar and Honky-Tonk, his new bar in Nashville.

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The “LOGO” Unveiled By Grammy Winner

If you open a bar, you will want to bring something that people say, 'Now, you've been to Nashville.'

The Grammy winner unveiled the logo for his bar, which does not yet have an opening date named after his hit song, "Friends in Low Places."

"Garth thinks it was somebody's idea on here, to open a bar in Nashville," he said, referring to the platform on which he interacts with his followers. "And so now here it comes. We got the initial look at what the Friends in Low Places logo looks appearance. But I can't wait to see merchandise with this on it."

The Legend Performance At Louisiana State University Tiger Stadium

Amid his new business venture, the "Hard Luck Woman" singer has also been performing in stadiums nationwide. His concert in Baton Rouge in May left the audience cheering and shaking.

The country fiction performed in front of more than 100,000 fans at Louisiana State University's Tiger Stadium. According to a professor at the college, movement in the venue registered as a small earthquake when he sang LSU's unofficial alma mater song, "Callin' Baton Rouge."

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