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Garth Brooks reveals why he feels cursed by Trisha Yearwood nearly two decades into their marriage. Is their marriage in trouble? Keep reading for the latest details.
‘Tailgate Radio’ Garth Brooks’ Latest Venture
Being a multi-platinum artist isn’t enough for Garth Brooks – he has many other side projects. At Studio G in Nashville, he records and produces music for himself and other artists. You can often catch his livestreams on Instagram or Facebook.
Garth Brooks/Plus ONE is his ongoing residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which will continue into 2024.
He recently announced that he was getting into the bar business with Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk opening in Nashville’s Lower Broadway area, which is already home to several other hotspots, including Morgan Wallen’s upcoming rumored bar.
Earlier this week, he announced his latest venture while in Kansas City, Missouri. A huge baseball fan, Garth Brooks has appeared with several MLB teams during Spring training, including the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals.
The “If Tomorrow Never Comes” singer announced a new streaming station on the TuneIn App called “Tailgate Radio.” Fox 4 shares that the streaming station will play a mix of music designed to “fire fans up” before the big football games.
The outlet reminds readers that Garth Brooks had his first concert in Kansas City back in 1990.
Garth Brooks Feels ‘Cursed’ By Trisha Yearwood?
Garth Brooks has been married to Trisha Yearwood for almost 20 years, but actually met her in the late 1980s when they were recording a demo together.
However, they were both married to other people at the time and didn’t connect romantically until the early 2000s. Their first appearance as a couple came in 2002, and they wed in 2005.
Garth Brooks often refers to Yearwood as his “queen,” but then why does he feel cursed by her?
The “Standing Outside the Fire” singer chatted with Us Weekly to promote Tailgate Radio. He recounted to the outlet that he feels so “helpless” without his wife around.
Brooks gushed that he feels so “free and independent” with Trisha Yearwood, but “dependent” on her when she’s not there. He dubbed the feeling a “blessing and a curse” and joked that he doubts his wife feels the same way about being dependent on him.
But he doesn’t need any fancy date nights. “Just being in the same room with a woman breathing the same air,” he said of the time spent with Trisha Yearwood.
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