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Garth Brooks Bio

Garth Brooks is the most popular country artist of all time – in fact, his albums have sold more copies in the United States than those of any other artist besides the Beatles. His innovative use of rock and roll elements in his country songs helped him conquer more than just the country charts: he invaded the pop charts as well, making monster hits and helping his albums go diamond (platinum ten times over) regularly. Brooks’ career has been one of the most impressive in music history. And, fittingly for a country music star, that career has its roots in a humble family life in the South.



Garth Brooks was born Troyal Garth Brooks on February 7, 1962 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He had country music roots from the start: his mother, Colleen McElroy Carroll, had performed as a country music singer in the 1950s and had enjoyed a moderately successful career, recording with Capitol Records and appearing on the popular country music program Ozark Jubilee. Garth had a big family: he had a sister, Kelly, as well as four half-siblings from his parents’ previous marriages.

It was with his family that Garth Brooks first found his love of country music. His parents hosted weekly family “talent nights” as a fun family activity, encouraging their children to show them what they could do. Garth picked up the guitar and the banjo and learned to play them so that he could sing and strum for the family on talent night.

Brooks loved country music – but, at the time, he loved rock music even more. He grew up listening to the rock music that his older siblings loved. Brooks’ high school career was defined by that music, as well as by his love of athletics. Brooks’ athletic skills got him a track scholarship to Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with a degree in advertising.

But advertising didn’t call to Brooks in the same way that music did, so in the same year that he got his degree, he started playing music in local venues. A Garth Brooks ticket in those days didn’t go for much, but the shows hinted at Brooks’ future stardom. Brooks had begun to take a serious interest in country music after hearing George Strait’s “Unwound,” which had come out with Brooks was in his late teens.

It didn’t take long for Brooks’ obvious talent to be noticed. The very next year after his graduation and concert debut, entertainment attorney Rod Phelps drove all the way from Dallas to hear Brooks play. Phelps was so impressed that he helped bankroll Brooks. At first, Brooks was reluctant to dive head-first into the tough music business – his first trip to Nashville lasted less than 24 hours – but after getting married in 1986, Brooks moved to Nashville to work full-time on realizing his dreams.

With the help of Phelps’ funding and industry contacts, Brooks managed to secure a contract with Capitol Nashville. By 1989, he had his first album: the self-titled Garth Brooks. The album was a success: it peaked at number 2 on the country albums chart and reached number 13 in the Billboard 200, an impressive feat for a debut country record. The album's singles, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old),” “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” “Not Counting You,” and “The Dance,” all cracked the top ten on the country charts, and half of them (“If Tomorrow Never Comes” and “The Dance”) took the number one spot. Brooks had arrived: that same year, he gave fans around the country their first chance to buy Garth Brooks tickets when he went out on tour supporting Kenny Rogers.

Brooks lost no time in heading back to the studio to record his sophomore effort. The resulting album, No Fences, elevated Brooks to international superstardom. It would prove to be the most successful album of his incredibly successful career: No Fences topped the country albums charts and peaked at number 3 on the Billboard 200, where it stayed in the top 40 for 127 weeks – a record until Shania Twain broke it by just one week. No Fences topped the charts in Ireland and also did well in Europe and Australia. The album’s four singles each hit number one on the country singles chart. To date, 17 million copies of No Fences have been sold. It went diamond and kept on going – platinum 17 times over.

Brooks was a star. He was made a member of the Grand Ole Opry and headlined sold-out shows. Fans lucky enough to get Garth Brooks tickets saw a new kind of country performance: with a headset instead of a microphone, Brooks was free to run around the stage and bring a level of energy to country music that had previously only existed in rock music.

Brooks didn’t let his newfound success erode his work ethic. He returned to the recording studio again and again in the 1990s, and the decade was the most prolific period of his career. He released a studio album in each of the next three years: Ropin’ the Wind (1991), The Chase (1992), and In Pieces (1993). All were massive successes. By 1994 – just five years into his career – Brooks’ label was already releasing compilations and greatest hits albums like The Hits (1994).

After two years without a new album, Brooks returned again in 1996 with Fresh Horses. Fresh Horses was a success, but by Brooks’ high standards, a bit of a step back – it went platinum “only” 7 times. But Brooks returned to form with his next album, Sevens (1997), which was a massive hit. It included the hit singles “Longneck Bottle,” “In Another’s Eyes,” and “"Two Piña Coladas,” among others.

Brooks’ live show was still a major part of his appeal, and his 1998 release, Double Live, acknowledged that. For fans that may not have had the chance to get Garth Brooks tickets, Double Live was the first opportunity to hear Brooks’ energetic live performances.

In 1999, Brooks released Garth Brooks in.... The Life of Chris Gaines, an album performed entirely in the persona of fictional rock musician Chris Gaines. It was supposed to be a promotion for an upcoming movie starring Brooks as Gaines, but the film project never made it to theaters, and the album confused some fans. Nevertheless, it performed fairly well.

Brooks returned to his more traditional fare in 2001’s Scarecrow, which debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200. Once again, country music’s biggest star seemed like he could do no wrong.

But while Brooks’ career remained strong, his personal life was becoming less stable. He had separated from his wife, Sandy Mahl, in 1999. In 2000, the couple made the decision to divorce, and in 2001 – the same year that Scarecrow came out – the divorce was made final.

Brooks felt that his career conflicted with his family life, and as a result, he chose to retire in 2000 – the year before Scarecrow came out. He continued to release minor projects, but Scarecrow would be his last album for more than a decade. Brooks performed only occasionally, and avoided large-scale tours. Garth Brooks tickets were harder to get than ever.

Brooks’ retirement lasted longer than fans would have liked, but it did not last forever. In 2009 Brooks returned to performing. He signed a deal to perform regularly in Las Vegas, which he did for a few years.

In 2013, with his daughters in college, Brooks announced that he would be returning to touring. Brooks ended his retirement from recording, too: he signed with Sony Nashville and released Man Against Machine (2014). The new album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. Garth Brooks, one of the world’s most successful performing artists, was finally back.

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Cheap Garth Brooks Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$5.00 Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood — 04/24/2015
Bryce Jordan Center; University Park, PA
$5.00 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 06/18/2016
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
$6.00 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 07/08/2016
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$8.00 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 06/17/2016
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
$9.00 Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood — 01/15/2016
BB&T Center; Sunrise, FL
$9.00 Garth Brooks — 01/14/2016
BB&T Center; Sunrise, FL
$10.00 Garth Brooks — 01/23/2015
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$10.00 Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood — 04/25/2015
Bryce Jordan Center; University Park, PA
$11.00 Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood — 04/25/2015
Bryce Jordan Center; University Park, PA
$11.00 Garth Brooks — 09/26/2015
BMO Harris Bradley Center; Milwaukee, WI

Best and Most Expensive Garth Brooks Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$3,173.00Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 06/12/2016
Credit Union Centre; Saskatoon, SK
$862.00Garth Brooks — 03/13/2016
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$763.00Garth Brooks — 09/22/2015
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$590.00Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 04/23/2016
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$363.00Garth Brooks — 04/09/2016
KFC Yum! Center (University of Louisville); Louisville, KY
$275.00Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 04/30/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$273.00Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 05/01/2016
Wells Fargo Arena; Des Moines, IA
$259.00Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood — 04/02/2016
Canadian Tire Centre; Kanata, ON
$251.00Garth Brooks — 07/24/2016
AT&T Center; San Antonio, TX
$249.00Garth Brooks — 01/17/2015
BOK Center; Tulsa, OK
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