14th Studio Album by Garth Brooks is ready for release
Understandably, given what all is going on in the world right now, it seems that the “The Dance” singer is reluctant to release the album right away. Garth shares, “FUN is coming. FUN is done…” Going on to explain the timing he says, “We’re waiting for the right time for us to kind of enjoy it and have fun with it.” At one point, the 90’s country sensation says, “I don’t want to be the guy that tries to do something in the midst where everybody is hurting.” He goes on to rationalize his decision. “It’s just how do you get out and promote and be happy and jolly while everybody’s out there fighting for their lives not only physically but fighting for their lives financially.”
Excitingly, Taste of Country reports that something else out of Studio G may accompany the release of Fun. While there is speculation that Garth may be waiting for the coronavirus pandemic to run its course, he mentions of a fall release. “So it’s all coming this fall… FUN is coming, but it also might be sitting side by side with something [else] that’s pretty cool,” the megastar alludes.
“Dive Bar” duo Garth and Blake Shelton think alike
Notably, Garth Brooks has hinted at this album for over a year now. Luckily, several songs expected to be on the new album are available on Amazon Music. Eagerly, Fans hope to hear “All Day Long,” “Courage and Love,” “Party Gras (The Mardi Gras Song),” “That’s What Cowboys Do” and “Dive Bar.”
Notably, “Dive Bar” reached the top 10 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart according to ABC News. Fans of Country music know that “Dive Bar,” features The Voice coach and fellow country music legend Blake Shelton. Much like Garth, Blake is set to play a drive-in movie theater concert experience this Saturday (July 2th). Concert goers can expect to see Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins at the event.
Upcoming stadium concert news
In other Garth Brooks news, The Las Vegas Sun reports that Garth’s much anticipated Allegiant Stadium concert is still on the books for August. Surprisingly, this news is despite the on-going coronavirus pandemic. Shockingly, after the announcement in March 2020, the concert sold 65,000 tickets in about an hour. While the tour dates for Cincinnati and Charlotte are rescheduled, next month’s Las Vegas concert is still a go.
While it’s uncertain if the Allegiant Stadium concert will stay on schedule as the cases of coronavirus continue to rise, fans have the release of FUN to look forward to. Stay tuned to Country Music Alley as we cover this and other country music news.