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Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic
"Center honors are being held today but on a smaller scale because of the pandemic, the iconic performing arts center in Washington, D. C. Postpone its event from December MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports. The honorees include musician Garth Brooks and director and choreographer Debbie Allen. The Kennedy Center honors air like Lifetime achievement Awards in the arts. The other honorees are violinist Midori, Joan Baez and defended Jiminy, Jiminy, Jiminy, Jim Jim Tariq a sweep it as lucky. As luck income BEEF Germany. The honorees were greeted by President Biden at the White House this week. The honors gala is typically the Kennedy Center's largest fund raiser, raising about $6.5 million. With everything scaled back this year, They raised half that. A telecast of the Kennedy Center honors will air on CBS on June. 6th.
Jill Biden gives Kelly Clarkson advice on her divorce
"Today, and they talk about Kelly's recent divorce. Sitting in the White House. Jill and Kelly discussed the divorce, and Jill said that without going through a divorce, she would have never met Joe and have the beautiful family that she sweet. Okay, can I just say, I mean, I know this is not critical. This is just I'm fascinated by just critical that you want to be nice about it. I know it's going to sound critical. I don't mean it to be critical. I think it's interesting that as the interviewer Kelly Clarkson. They end up talking about Kelly Clarkson's divorce. You know what I mean? Like he's a clever, clever strategy. Yes, yes. On the subject, do the interview because she Loves to talk about her divorce anyway. Come on. Yeah. The first lady also passed on downs. Passing words on the cast on that note passed down some words saying that my mother always said said to me, things are going to go. Always going to look better tomorrow. So she encouraged Kelly to take one day at a time and things will get better. It's kind of nice. Yeah, that is nice. It was good sound advice. Yeah. Tricia Yearwood. Garth Brooks were quarantining after being exposed to covert 19. And now it has been announced. Patricia has
Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez deliver moving inauguration performances
"Inauguration musical performances are tricky but lady gaga jennifer lopez and garth brooks. Did exactly what we needed them to do. By stephanie's jaric when lady gaga the first performer. At the inauguration of president joe biden and vice president kamala harris step toward the podium to sing everything about her that tropical red poof of skirt. The colossal golden dove perched on her shoulder that milk made from moma hairdo. Was celebratory announcement. Welcome to the modern age. Though the road ahead is rocky we no longer need to live and dread gaga living completely in the moment had arrived to point the way toward the future inauguration musical performances in their need to balance solemnity with jubilation are always tricky propositions but the biden harris performances from gaga. Lo and garth brooks performers from disparate backgrounds and different disciplines struck a note. Unlike any we've previously heard let's call it a sigh of relief building to a cheer of exaltation. even the cloud strewn blue of the washington sky seemed key to the moment and to this particular event taking place in a spot where just two weeks ago a bunch of clumsy if dangerous insurrectionist took a run at democracy and failed jennifer lopez was the centerpiece performer. But let's talk about her. First emerging all white chanel. She projected confidence civil woman who has worked her way to the top of her game. White everyone likes to note is one of the colors of the suffragettes. But it's also the color of working people in machine washable cotton and the color of luxury and dry clean only silken wall in this remarkable. Hi lo j. lo outfit replete with snowy gibault possibly a not to the garb of our founding fathers lopez. Saying a remarkable song. This land is your land. It was written in nineteen forty by. Woody guthrie allegedly and shabby hotel room just outside of times square. Not on the six but in close enough for lopez to sing this song a protest anthem but also an irrefutable declaration of belonging with so much conviction and boldness is to bring guthrie's intent and his dream full circle. This is in america. He couldn't have imagined. So terrible in some ways yet so radiant and others here is where woody and his work shirt meets a dazzling latina artists from the bronx who represents not just in terms of any monetary success but in her sheer awesomeness. Everything that an individual is free to strive toward in america. Lopez's version of the song wasn't a reclamation. You can't reclaim something that already belongs to you. And as she segue into the song we sometimes think of as our second national anthem. America the beautiful she reaffirmed that sense of ownership and pride and a breakout moment she shouted out in spanish words that translate into one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all. But you didn't need to speak the language to know what she meant.
Garth Brooks to perform at Biden’s inauguration
"Garth Brooks will perform tomorrow and Joe Biden sworn And as president is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity He sang. We shall be free of the Obama inauguration. He has not announced his song choice. This time, Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem and J. Lo will perform.
Garth Brooks joins lineup of entertainers at Biden inaugural
"Country singer Garth Brooks will be part of the celebration at the inauguration of Joe Biden as U. S. president on Wednesday I'm marches are a letter with the latest and Brooks's his involvements with Joe Biden's inauguration is not to a political statements but one of unity Brooks said during a virtual press conference he will play solo during what he calls broken down bare bones stuff Brooks played at the inaugural celebration for president Barack Obama but cited a scheduling conflict when invited to play for president Donald trump's inauguration lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez are among the other performers at Biden's inauguration I marches are let off
Joan Baez, Garth Brooks to Receive Kennedy Center Honors
"Two actors and three musicians will be the recipients of Kennedy Center honors, which have been rescheduled for May after being delayed because of the Corona virus. Pandemic correspondent Margie's Ar Letta has more actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van Dyke Country singer Garth Brooks, folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy Center honors. Usually, there's a big gala with tributes in December. This year. The center is working on a different sort of event or maybe serious of events in May that will be filmed and shown June 6 and Marty's Szaroleta
Delayed Kennedy Center Honors to be rescheduled for mid-May
"Two actors and three musicians will be recipients of Kennedy center honors which have been rescheduled for may after being delayed because of the corona virus pandemic I marches are a letter with the latest actors Debbie Allen and Dick Van **** country singer Garth Brooks folk musician Joan Baez and violinist Midori will be the next recipients of the Kennedy center honors usually there's a big gala with tributes in December this year the center is working on a different sort of event maybe series of events in may that will be filmed and shown June sixth on CBS Ellen says it will feel like a return to something not total normality but something brick says whatever it is it's going to be cool
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood take requests for live CBS holiday show
"With christmas. Right around the corner countries doors tricia earwood and garth brooks will host a holiday special tonight. Garth and tricia live a holiday concert event. Airs at eight thirty eastern time on. Cbs and streams on cbs. All access the country superstars will sing all your holiday. Favorites sender taken requests from their home. Studio brooks recently released his fourteenth studio album fun. Last month and directly following garth and tricia at nine thirty josh krovatin miranda lambert medicine trainer more will perform for the twenty second annual a home for the holidays hosted by gayle king annual event feature stories of adoption and foster care to raise awareness of the importance of having a home for the holiday.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"On am developed the classic country format or old country hank williams and stuff In addition at this same time more and more. Fm easy listening stations. Which for some reason is now called beautiful music stations. They don't call them easy listening anymore. They're called beautiful music. What yeah. That is the dumbest thing i've ever had no more easy listening. Beautiful music or yacht rock. I'm fine with yacht. Rock but so they began to abandon that format and started playing more country music because country was beginning to become more and more available to the consumer producers in nashville began to polish the product. A little bit more than in one thousand nine hundred ninety billboard which had published a country music chart since nineteen forty that was based on sales change their methodology for tracking singles only airplay was used to determine chart performance. So all these things in motion right. Yeah they're not going to base it on single sales anymore. They're only basing on. How often your record gets played on country. Radio and a young man from oklahoma was poised to take this music world over the perfect time. Everything comes together at the perfect time right. So royal garth brooks what a fun. Name troy royal trial. Garth brooks is his father's name to yes born in tulsa oklahoma in nineteen sixty two and one of the more interesting things about his upbringing in something That would certainly influence his live performances. Was how little he was actually interested in country music. At all growing up he was a rock and roll fan. Yeah if you have sirius. Xm radio Garth has zone channel. That he personally curates the music for and he plays his music naturally is one mood. He plays some country and he plays everything else. He plays eagles he plays out. And johnny plays bob seger place james taylor he plays lady gaga bruno. Mars and stuff like that. He's a music fan. Yeah and he's influenced by musicians and performers and entertainers and according to him. He listened to george jones when he was young and that was about it for country music. Really listen anything else..
Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards
"2020 Billboard Music Awards in the books. Kelly Clarkson hosting a proud List theater out in L. A Post Malone, one of the big winners, racking up nine awards, taking on top artists for his top rap album, Hollywood's leading Billy, I'll Ish went home with three awards, including top female artist Garth Brooks Country Legend was presented by the Ah former recipient share for the Icon award.
Unbelievable 90s Country Facts You Didn't Know
"So I saw this article on the boot DOT COM Unbelievable nineties, country facts you definitely didn't know some of them. I'M GONNA know you're going to know Eddie's here by the way because we're such nineties country fans love it but it's pretty funny to read some of the stuff. The Ninety S I'll read some what they wrote here. The nineties changed everything about Country Music Garth, Brooks Shania Twain Alan, Jackson, George Strait, but some of the facts that they share ready. Yeah. Keith urban makes an appearance in the music video for Alan. Jackson's nineteen ninety-three hit Mercury Blues. He was also the road guitars for Brooks and Dunn prior to becoming Keith Urban Yeah. Yeah I think he's playing guitar on the video, right? I don't know I didn't know you like I've seen this video and he's one of the guitar players in the video what I remember most about. This was home improvement because Alan Jackson won on home improvement did this song toll time right I remember that I know everywhere to the song don't think. So because of that. Lone. Stars. Hit amazed. was written as writers, Aimee, Mayo, and Chris Lindsey were falling in love with each other Mayo says they're feeling started pouring out as they were riding the famous love ballot. Oh. My with the the writing together. Wow I have trouble share my feelings in words sometimes can you imagine? Riding a song lyrically. And what if one of them writes a little more passionately than the other the other one's just not into it like you know love me as much. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, Tricia Earwood Leeann rhymes both received grammy nominations for their individual versions of how do I live rimes performed the song at the grammys and then right after she performed. She stood offstage because that was the in the winner is. End. TRICIA earwood one crazy. There was a whole con air fight about that song. Where they had asked. TRICIA. I believe Tricia to do it or the movie and then Kellyanne had already done it. He have. But Leeann did it for the movie I right and they did not using it Tricia? So they had both versions crazy in the same category. Do they hate each other because of that? Or they just kind of like whatever it's over I don't know. I. Separately, talked to Tricia about this, right? Yeah. She didn't seem too bothered by she also one. Okay that's probably also won the grammy. I think what she said was she remembers Leeann doing the performance in that category categories right after the performance and then that's when you know you're about to win because you're categories right after you perform. And so they just expected her to win. That Lien was in the movie right? Not Tricia. Pretty. Sure Tricia I can check it. I barely remember this as a kid. But yeah, that's an uncomfortable thing. We'll come back to that. Little known facts about Chris Gaines who is Garth Brooks alter-ego Chris Gaines was in a teen pop group called crush. And he spent two years undergoing plastic surgery to repair his face after violent nineteen, ninety, two car crash really is Chris Gaines on on streaming services nowhere I would not even on Youtube I would think of it's all garth earth just keep that to Garth I actually liked Chris gain stuff I'm going to be honest with you. There's a whole part in this in that garth documentary that I watched on Netflix there's a whole segment on it word where they're talking about Chris Gains and Tricia Earwood is. Just protecting and defending it as hard as she can say, like all you guys that hate on Chris Games, you've got your stupid because you didn't listen at Chris Gains. It was amazing I remember liking it. And everybody hating on it it'd be like what he did Saturday night live as Garth and Chris Games was just confusing for a fan. Explain it you have to explain it. You're not going to get what they want you to get from it, and that's what Garth said. That was the problem with it. It was just it was too much of an inside thing for us and we didn't market it right well, I was going to be a movie correct fell through and then it just ended up being the music they were GonNa make for the movie. Yeah. Mine did you find the Leandra stuff? Yeah. It was Tricia Earwood in the movie at the end. So what happened with Leeann rhymes then they initially went to her to record it she recorded it and then they went with Tricia. Virgin. Dirty at hurts man Deana Carter strawberry wine was inspired by Boone's farm. Strawberry Hill Flavor Know you didn't drink in highschool you don't drink now but men in highschool that boone's farm. that. Was the easiest to buy, and that's what everyone drink numerous people passed on the song to record it including Tricia earwood speaking of Tricia. She was again not for me. What? What Smash Razi home. Early on billy ray Cyrus was dogged by rumors that he used to Chippendale dancer. I remember that rumor. But he was so good looking or you believe it like that's a great thing to have as bad rumor about you that you're a chippendale dancer you gotta be like ripped and hot to do that. Okay. Three dudes you're talking about this but I'll ask you like right now current country artists who would be who who would fit that rumor chippendale dancers. Sam Maybe Sam was Sam Hunt. Keith. Couldn't keep me one made a little too small I think. About Dirks No, we'll do small. No just doesn't have to be a chill you to be almost cartoon Lee rip okay. And Keith this thin and in good shape but. Like me, I'm thin in a good shape I'm not cartoon. Sam maybe like that Riley Green Ball He. ripped. Yeah Repton. Just, like leave it there map. Justin lunch maybe. I don't know I see that though I did see that that's kind of plays off the short career as a chippendale dancers bragging vegas yeah. George Strait. Tried to get the name of his movie pure country changed too because he believed it was more than just a country film it obviously. Didn't work.
Garth Brooks doesn't want to win CMA entertainer award again
"Country superstar Garth Brooks is withdrawing his name from the CMA entertainer of the Year award. Burke says he doesn't want to appear ungrateful, but he also doesn't wanna brag about having a good year when so many people are suffering.
Walmart to make 160 store parking lots into drive-in theaters
"Converts its enormous parking lots to drive in theaters. It's going to set up screens at 160 store locations Next bond through October. Walmarts waiting to reveal the drive in venues and the movie titles. The snack counter. WalMart itself. The pandemics led to renewed popularity of drive ins. Garth Brooks just hosted a drive in concerts.
We're going LIVE again on Facebook and elsewhere
"I bet you've noticed that in this co- bid nineteen era live. Live is back. Remember when so many people were going live on facebook and other places and then he got kind of bored because you missed seeing the Polish programming that you used to watching well live raw. Programming is back in a big way as people have a lot of time on their hands don't they. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. The beauty of going live is that you can interact with your friends and fans and the general public in a way. That just is impossible any other way. Because you're live. You can start broadcasting live all sudden people are chiming in from here and there as opposed to leaving a comment. And then you'd LE- comment later and going back and forth. You can have a live conversation as you're as you're doing your life broadcast most of the action right now has been in music. A lot of people are performing live because there is no concert. Venue live is the best venue for them right now. So that's where they're going garth brooks the Seattle symphony even Katie couric even Katie. Couric was doing a live concert of her playing the piano and instagram. Who knew she was a pianist. Let's look though at the APPS that people are using facebook. Live is the most popular For good reason there are more people on facebook than any other social media platform. So if you go live on facebook you're probably going to reach some of your friends and fans by going live there. That's the beauty of the program The hidden secret is twitter twitter. Let's you invite guests but you can be live broadcasting on twitter a tweet and invite up to three friends fans associates guests to join you in your live tweet and I just think that is the coolest thing caveat you have to be using your mobile APP. You can't do this on the computer and your friends will be audio only but it's still pretty cool thing. It's totally hidden in the tweet and the twitter APP you have to hit the camera and then find live. There's nothing that actually screams at you out. There next up is YouTube YouTube. Live a again if you have people that you associate with on Youtube this is going to be the place for you. But there is a huge negative. If you WANNA go live on your mobile phone you have to have a thousand subscribers to your youtube channel. That's a lot. That's not an easy thing to do. You can go live on the computer though the other program that the other place a lot of people are going live on is instagram again. You go where your friends are. So instagram gets a different crowd from facebook. More visual and deathly this is the place where most of the music concerts have been is instagram. You have to be using a mobile device for Instagram. And you have to hold the phone in a vertical format. If you try horizontal you'll be sideways so that doesn't work. I told you that the twitter is a hidden secret but the best hidden secret the best way of going live the coolest APP out. There is called B. Life. It's not totally free. But what it will do for you you can bring on guests on another. Webcam and you can also put in photos and you could put in video and make your production look like like CNN MSNBC Fox News the today show you name it. It looks like a TV show You'll need to work on your lighting and make yourself presentable but if you are willing to put in the time this is hands down the best looking out there they will. They have a free version. That will let you use it three times a month and bring up to two people as your guests or pay twenty five a month and you can have unlimited shows up to. I think it's an have four people on the screen. They have dropped the pricing during the Kobe.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
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After Garth Brooks' Bernie Sanders jersey drama, Barry Sanders 'asks' singer to be his VP
"Country singer Garth Brooks support of retired Detroit Lions player Barry Sanders can causing confusion online Brooks forty Sanders Jersey during a show in Detroit last week and posted a photo of it on Instagram bubbles angry and supportive comments indicate fans mistook the twenty on the back as a show of support for twenty twenty presidential democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders
Confused fans rip Garth Brooks for wearing 'Sanders' jersey
"Garth Brooks did a show in Detroit and he thought he was being like a Homer and he wore a Jersey of legendary Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders and he posted the photo of the Jersey on Instagram it was a picture from behind so all you saw was the lions Jersey that said Sanders twenty on the back because Barry Sanders road number twenty one now he's being ripped by fans who don't remember Barry Sanders because they thought Garth Brooks was supporting Bernie Sanders in the twenty race are you okay with this yeah I mean as someone said do you know it's like well maybe it was kind of a subliminal thing even though he chose that because you could chose any other player but you know Troy is in Detroit and he's from Oklahoma he's not you know be honest it's not not supporting Bernie Sanders right right and Barry Sanders and Oklahoma state product Heisman Trophy winner he has to what Detroit Lions football is as to what Peyton manning is Martin Indianapolis so Garth Brooks going out there in a powder blue or a grey and blue Barry Sanders number twenty Jersey these were some of the comments on his Instagram page weird that a millionaire were like a socialist Hey doors are you trying to distribute your millions another comment yes Sanders for president you're the best Garth here's another what are you saying your communist or socialist either way your a loser just throughout your C.
Country Star Joe Diffie on Making a No. 1 Record
"Welcome to episode to seventeen with Ed. A Guy I really like and been a big fan of yours. Jody gooding here. Yeah good to see all thank you you as well you know I was looking. I know most of the stuff about you like I've been a fan before we've been able to be friends. I was just a massive Asif Fan of you growing up and so as I kind of one of the deep dive. 'cause I always like to find out. What do I not know about people coming over to the house? Right listen to this. I don't know if even knew that. Go on this day. December Sixteenth Nineteen Ninety Four. You had the number one song on the Billboard Country Charles Pickup Man. It was your longest lasting number one having spent four weeks at number one from December ninety four to January ninety five. Did you know that was today. No I didn't notice today. I knew the the rest of that. I didn't realize the data. That's pretty cool on this day. Number war yeah so for example Luke. Combs just spent three weeks at number one And that's a long the last three weeks number one especially today really big deal when you have a song this one for four weeks in in Nineteen ninety-four. What's the vibe that well I mean? It was unusual because back then you know they put out a lot more songs that the frequency of you put forth four four or five times a year and now you might have one son stays on the charts. Lingering there at some point For almost a year you know so So that was kind of weird weird part. We had to wait to see what how long it was going to stay number one before we could put another record. So did you feel like that song was going to be a number one song. I knew it from the institute after I heard it really I really do. Yeah I don't know why just something about it just you know. Have you been able to name and nail boasted most of your big songs for the first time you heard them. Yeah pretty much There was a couple that it didn't Like John Deere Green. I hated one. I heard it real. Why why well because the demo now this is a long saga but it but when I first heard it it was done by the rider writer named Dennis Linde and he had a very eclectic sound voice and he did all his own demos at his house so it had a Jew's harp planning ardine are Ernie Ernie and I was like what the heck is that you know in my producer so we'll just ignore the demo part I I'd have to add right now? That is subsequently Loved all Denison. Lindy's demos they were so cool after he got kind of figured out what was what was happening. You know my producer said listen to the words and and and I was like man. I just don't like it at all. He goes. Well I think this hit and I said well we can try you know go in the studio cut it and if it doesn't work out then we scrap grab you know so. Luckily it worked
Carrie Underwood Fans Outraged After Garth Brooks Wins CMA Entertainer of the Year
"I want to ask you about ward that I think a lot of people thought a woman was going to win her name is Terry under way and it went to Garth Brooks again as entertainer of the year it feels like he's one that I think pretty much every year since the Carter presidency but what was that about Carrie Underwood that a lot of people were surprised that she didn't take that trophy home well John I have such complicated feelings about this so Carrie Underwood the most successful women artists in the country format the highest charting most played women on radio put out a great album last year called cry pretty that pushed her in new directions so yeah everybody expected this to be her year with the theme of the whole award show being women in country and there's Kerry the whole time I mean it was I was shocked when Kerry didn't take that award and I love Garth Brooks deeply I truly do I am a huge admirer of him in every way I love his music I love this live shows I think he's a mensch but I just want to say to you Garth you could have done a McLemore you could have done it a dell when those pop artists one big awards that were expected to go to other performers in the case of McLemore Kendrick Lamar in the case of the dell beyond say they said something in their acceptance speech about that though Garth did something interesting he called out Reba McIntyre's performance that night she had performed her classic song fancy and he also called Kelsea Ballerini a younger woman artist who's really strong and moving up in the country world and said Hey you know you you all are great and you all deserve awards to but why he chose to not say Hey Kerry this could have been yours I don't know there's probably politics I don't even understand there but I wanted that moment
Garth Brooks wins CMA entertainer of the year
"The CMA started with a female all star medley of country hits and set up the evening for girl power but Garth Brooks took the entertainer of the year award for the seventh time combs when the male vocalist award must grades the female vocalist award and actually McBride best new artist bride recalled once playing a tribute show for John Prine who complimented her work the next day he shook my hand and he said you're real good your no Reba what's your real good emerges or a letter
"garth brooks" Discussed on College Football Live
"Let's take a look at what's your beef brought to you by old trapper and there's been a lot of reaction to California passing the State Law Monday prohibiting in colleges in the state from punishing student athletes from accepting money in exchange for their use of their name image likeness. It won't go into effect until Twenty Twenty Korea but there's still a lot of conversation happening right now. I think it's it's a great start I. I still believe that the player should benefit offer likeness. I've thought about it much but I definitely think some should be paid in terms of the way they grown up and I guess how their families doing back home my concern Sir with the California bill which is all the way wide open monetize ing your name image and likeness is it moves slightly towards pay for play and it's very difficult for us. We're practitioners into space to figure out. How do you regulate relate that now? There are a lot of variables this story but what are your initial thoughts and reaction. You don't have to regulate it. That's the the beauty of this I think in a multibillion dollar industry when the players are such a big part of what you're doing and the schools and everyone's benefitting from them. They're out there. They're risking their lives in there in an injury and their futures and everything else. I think there's a perfect answer because David David. I don't have the answer to how you pay players without becoming an issue and trying to figure out how the seventy fifth best player gets played as much as the best player but this at least if you earned it and if you are a star you can make the money that teams are benefitting off of for for no apparent reason. I'd remember to like even even the schools that are making all this money benefiting off these players. They ain't even the one that's going to be paying these kids. These kids are going to have to find their money elsewhere from car dealerships in signings in in different companies that want to embrace the brand that or the individual and what they're accomplishing so it's not even the gene. Smith really going to have to regulate about that. The only thing that isn't that concerns me is how early now agents going to be on these players. Is it going to be a freshman year in high school sophomore year in high school working junior high school the that's the one thing uh-huh you regulate the agents because now they have to go get an agent to help with marketing and all other deals we will wait and see because it won't be enacted as as I said until twenty twenty three meantime the calendar currently has flipped to October David. What's the biggest story line. You're looking at head into this month every every year we do this. Every year. Drives me crazy so I'm going to get out a little bit ahead of everybody talks about Oh. My God clemson might be left out right now. Everybody was undefeated like. Can you believe that who cares every last year. There was fourteen hundred feet of teams in the month of October. We got to November there. Were Four. There's eighteen right now. You just keep keep watching over the next four weeks that number's going to dwindle dwindle envy less five or less by the time October comes around to saying just have a little oh patients everyone just relax a little relax relax shoes to specific teams Auburn and Wisconsin I wanted I'm excited excited to see what what we have from Auburn you got Florida and Lsu this month and then Wisconsin you look at the schedule there. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA wind up finding out what about Wisconsin with the Ohio state game a little bit later in the month as well. I'm just interested because what I've seen for them is a lot better than I expected to see coming coming into the year and I guess that's why they intrigue me more than any of the the undefeated teams so far well. It's GONNA be a big test for Auburn this weekend or the Garth Brooks curse may work in their favor. Yes I said the Garth Brooks Curse just bear with me here David Okay. This is something according to vivid seats. Florida Florida will look to remain one of just two unbeaten. NCA NFL teams who hosted concerts for the recent ongoing Garth Brooks Stadium tour the combined record of NFL teams to host Garth Garth Brooks concerts is three twelve and one. I'm not going to go to David because he gave me his answer with this face todd. Do you believe in this curse. You're kidding right now. This is what they call. Figure in. The business is life life life day to day thought about this who yes like. You need something to do this. Gaulle big fan of garth brooks by the way puts on a great show great concert and if you like garth brooks go to resonate with your team nothing being okay who wins that quickly Auburn Auburn close low scoring close game though okay okay David you wanted to make a correction detour grossing with us Muslims the health home does he's been practicing this every commercial break and you did Bob Ninety nine for Penn State. You're a man love you go. That's the end of this..
"garth brooks" Discussed on College Football Live
"It's Wednesday day October second. Welcome to college football live. I'm Cathy Helper joined by todd say and David Pollick yesterday. David was on the show also with Joey Galloway Alloway and they had two very very different takes on Ohio state. David Has Ohio state as is number one team right now. Joey had him as his first team came out ranked fifth. So where do you live. How do you view Ohio state right. Now sounds like an alumni trying to just make sure it doesn't have bad Juju. I I think they're one of the top three teams and I know Clemson. Alabama have had some performances recently that make you wonder about him but I wouldn't have any problem with them. Being voted number one right now doesn't matter until the real polls come out. It doesn't matter to the end of the season but I'll say this. I think that there's a very good chance that they're undefeated. At the end of the regular regular season they get their three tough opponents Michigan State Wisconsin Penn State all at home and I think they're playing with more discipline focus than we've seen in a few years from Ohio state. David agrees with me. He agrees with me. Just saying thank you. We'll expand on those thoughts and just but let let's I get justin fields take because he he he is also an opinion where he thinks the Ohio state Buckeye stand. I just think we can really become one of the best team that has that has ever play at Ohio state. I think the only thing that it's GonNa take for us to get beat his us not being ourselves really. I think if we play our game and do what we're supposed to do I I think we're definitely one of the best things in the country so as long as we continue to do that I think we'll have a great season so he thinks that they could take it back. Take it back. They're not number one anymore. I don't I don't like because I don't like when they started talking about stuff like this. Leave it alone. Just you think you one of the best teams volts out. We're just gonNA play this weekend. We're going to see how good we get. We're GONNA keep working together. Don't start talking about all that stuff because here's what happens and todd you know this and I'm just telling I I remember as a sophomore. I make all American and I had fourteen sacks and I'm like next year. I need twenty and once you start getting in the I need to get this or we need to look like this a certain way it stops being about winning and just performing and just getting a little bit better. You start looking big picture. I don't like those things because I'm somebody that screwed it up because your stats can be different from week to week and year to year without certain people and you can get double teamed. They might take Justin Justin fields ability to do something away and you've got to be willing to sacrifice sacrifice numbers. Don't look at the big picture. Just look right here small small the media loves the stuff. EAT IT up and we're talking about it now and that's the the reason you don't say it just focus. We got next week and be as boring as you as everyone in. The media wants you to not be and that's that's when you're winning when you're and forget what you're saying legitimately as long as you're focused and doing what you're supposed to be doing day in and day out. That's that's really where it should be but even to have that thought in your mind. Tell me show me an example of any of the great ones who you've heard anything like that. It's always next week today. Tomorrow's rose practice and all those sorts of things that we don't WanNa hear that are boring but eventually those are the things that pay off. jalen hurts if you don't like his attitude right now what you're seeing the Oklahoma that's exactly what you want man. I mean dudes in the weight room after games like focused laser onto the next like let's go okay. David just quickly. You're you're saying you don't I want the players to to say how good they can be but just answer this. How good do you think this oil state can team can be. What is their ceiling good? They real good. They they got every piece that you need. I mean you're talking about a dominant defensive line with the best defensive player in the country. You're talking about secondary with speed linebackers that are playing discipline safeties or playing discipline offensively. I believe they can do whatever they want now with. Ryan this system in a running quarterback. They've got every thing they need to win a national championship so with that said balanced on on both sides of the ball we know their offense is dominant and you say they have they have stopped on defense as well so todd when we look at their two studs on on both sides of the ball who do you think is harder game plan for Justin Fields Chase Young. Their star defensive end both sides chase young man. I mean this guy is unbelievable unbelievable and it may be me just having one eye on the draft and focusing on that but a- after five games anytime get a one on one. It's not it just the SAX. It's the it's the run game and it's the effort you can just see his hands and the way he bends how natural he is so he's not nick and Joey Bosa also they were different. They were leveraged. Quick twitch power. This guy is Ben quick hands and he's starting to figure out the technique is well. I'm just excited for him in what he can be. He's just he's a special player and he makes everyone in that secondary in the back seven a lot better know Jeff Okuda and everyone that secondary's playing great this year but when you have this it's forcing quarterbacks. Get the ball out before they even when there isn't a sack it's crazy because the offensive guys picking the defensive player and the guy is GonNa pick the offense player. Here's the beach. I never chased young lineup bro like I know where he's going to be. I don't know we're just in fields. He's taking the football whichever direction he wants to go and so his his feet and his ability run at his size duties to thirty five. It looks like he's a nimble athlete. He looks like he's a small receiver out there. He runs so good so you just don't know where he's going to be whether he's killing you. From the popular outside the pocket and again he controls the snap cow controls when he gets the ball and how he runs in so I just think it's harder to game plan for a guy like that. That's built that that way. They can run that way just quickly todd. You said you were focusing on the draft. Where do you have tastes young right now projected for twenty twenty are you taping shape and I know it's not it's not great in terms of the competition but I have not seen a better defensive player in this class. You can quarterbacks we'll talk about but when there's the first defensive player off the board this is the Guy Yes all right well. Let's look ahead for Ohio state and their chances to win in the big ten and right now the Buckeyes have a sixty four percent chance to win the big ten according to FBI they northwestern after a bye week before hosting Wisconsin on the twenty six of course they have Michigan State this weekend tot in your opinion. WHO's the biggest threat to the buckeyes right. Now I would say Wisconsin. You know when you look at this team. Everyone was focused on Michigan and the loss but I was focused more on Wisconsin what they did in terms of both sides of the ball. I mean offensively. I think they have the best running back in the nation Jonathan Taylor. I really do and there's some other guys. Jk Dobbins and some other players across the country but this this guy won healthy is absolutely special and then you go the defensive side Zach Bonn and what they're doing Jim Leonard. He's going to be there. You're in the NFL or head coach real soon the schemes that he throws at opponents. I just think that they're a really complete football team and to me David. They look a little bit. More athletic looked in years. That look more athletic. I agree with that but there's still a big difference between them. No have stone and they're still and they're still everyone else in the conference correct but I think there's one defense in that conference in the front seven that looks like Ohio state and that's Penn state to me. I mean they've got dudes fly in a row they this is by far the best front seven most athletic front seven that I've seen from Penn state in the James Franklin air. I mean they got guys is flying all over the field speed. They got guys if you can pronounce his name for me time that would be phenomenal. I'm just telling you I know exactly I love. Steve Levy and greasy handle it. Yes nine nine. I'm just telling you we'll be on draft boards all over the country his name's right up there. I don't know how to say correctly but he yeah I mean this guy this guy literally he pursued the football from each sideline the sideline when I think about Ohio state and that zone game he's a guy that could possibly play balls make life difficult for Justin fields and he's not the only guy that whole front seven for Penn state to me is really really really nice well according to FBI Wisconsin has an eighteen percent chance penn state has an eleven percent chance to win the excuse me Todd's right you know what David I'm just trying something. We do okay just this weekend. 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"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Just as equally strong as equally as important was a single one was not But yet both affected my life so my thing is just what the album does is. Give the artist voice when you look and you've listened to one hundred songs and it's one hundred different artists. You have a chance of losing. What an iconic artist is. Were expecting another studio album from you know all day long is the song we've heard from it but that's been out since the summer. What can you tell us about this record? It starts with a song called the road. I'm on right now with Amazon. If you do the album you get the road. I'm on three ordinary right. The record the road I'm on is just a simple salute to very much like if you had the album. Fresh horses was a song called the old stuff on it. Just talked about touring and the road. I'm on talks about the road I'm on now's entertainers human being where we're at. Because for me I think music should give you a piece of the artist with everything. That's out there. You should know something more about the artists. Once you hear a song and Notre Dame he played something the music one. Oh One trilogy It was a Gabe Dixon Song and then also let it be in. Hey Jude yes at this. Come to be called the music one. Oh One trilogy. What it is is We're going to launch a new tradition. We started at Notre Dame. We play colleges. We're GONNA do this music one on one and we're GONNA make sure the kids in the audience. Do not forget the greatest artists in the greatest songs. It's kind of feel like it's our job so what we'll do is we'll mix something new with something old that Kinda ties together so for us. Gabe DIXON EVERYBODY. Here in town nosing. Great Session player great singer. He was an artist for a little bit. But you can tell his love and passion is in songwriting. He was with Paul McCartney for a run and then legend has it that Paul ask him to stay on and he said manages really WANNA pursue. Songwriting do my own thing. I don't care who you are if Sir Paul ask you to stay on. I'll tell you. What do you want me only sell my family? Yeah whatever make to do yes. And this kid was so hell bent on just creating music. That that's what he does and he's fabulous great artists so it starts with a live again of him but when you play live again if you've ever heard the song it's billy Joel Meets Sir. Paul McCartney head on it's gorgeous but it only lent itself to that it be and hey jude pretty cool but that is the one and only time probably will ever be played so the music one one trilogy. Then we could maybe get Ashley. Mcbride's guy going nowhere with Bob. Seger's way it's GonNa work. Yeah so our job is to just I wanNA say educate but the truth is when songs are so great. I think the kids already know them. It's just to make sure that they understand what a great song is. A great artists are and My thing is if go. Hey you know we already know that. That's a lesson. I don't think you can learn enough something. You brought up a little while ago when you're talking about the sanctity of the album. Yes what's the song you WanNa hear gun to your head? What's the song you want here? So let me ask you You brought it up. What's the one you WanNa hear at any time? We've mentioned a couple of turn. The page. Ricky skaggs got a song called to highways. George Strait has a song called. I can't see Texas from here. The crazy thing though is we take a fifteen minute. Break Comeback Gun your head. Tell me this on. They'll be three different ones and fifty minutes is. It'll be three different ones. That's what I love. It is love music and I love. Work comes from so when you hear girl going nowhere a were pretty maids all in a row or princess musicology all these things come into your head as just great music that have kinda built in defined you as a person. I would have to ask somebody WHO's not a music for a living to see if music means the same thing to them if it's a fabric their life that they can point to I'm sitting here in this room sternly that I've known since she was a kid and even though she's in the music business she's not an artist herself but songs have built every minute of her life when she remembers her mother. She'll remember certain artists. You Remember Your Dad. You remember certain artists and I think that's the power of music. So here's the bottomline record labels own the music artists do not such the first mistake we commonly makers all my God why that artist allow his song to be on an ex lax commercial. Well WE ARTISTS. Don't own our music very rarely. Does that happen? So it's the record labels so it's more like a commodity or a piece of product for them but for us the listener. It's everything so when you say what's the future Music business. It's still always going to be a business. It's still GONNA be product that's traded but for us as a listener. I think it's the Gospel and I would love to see music treated like that. But you understand why I can't because art and business can't live.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Hey Jude. Pretty cool, but that is the one and only time probably will ever be played so the music one one trilogy then. We could maybe get Ashley McBride's Guy. Going nowhere with Bob Seger's. Way. It's GonNa work. Yeah, so our job is to just I wanNA. Say Educate, but the truth is when songs are so great I. Think the kids already know them. It's just to make sure that they understand what a great song is. A great artists are and My thing is if go. Hey, you know. We already know that that's a lesson. I don't think you can learn enough something. You brought up a little while ago. When you're talking about the sanctity of the album. Yes, what's the song you WanNa? Hear Gun to your head. What's the song you want here? So let me ask you You brought it up. What's the one you WanNa? Hear at any time. We've mentioned a couple of turn the page. Ricky, skaggs got a song called to highways. George Strait has a song called I can't see Texas from here. The crazy thing, though is we take a fifteen minute break comeback. Gun Your head. Tell me this on. They'll be three different ones and fifty minutes is it'll be three different ones? That's what I love. It is love music and I love work comes from so when you hear girl going nowhere a were pretty maids, all in a row or princess musicology, all these things come into your head as just great music that have kinda built in define you as a person I would have to ask somebody who's not a music for a living to see if music means the same thing to them if it's a fabric, their life that they can point to. I'm sitting here in this room sternly that I've known since she was a kid, and even though she's in the music business, she's not an artist herself. But songs have built every minute of her life. When she remembers her mother. She'll remember certain artists. You Remember Your Dad. You remember certain artists and I think that's the power of music, so here's the bottomline record labels own the music. Artists do not such the first mistake. We commonly makers Oh. My God why that artist allow his song to be on an ex. LAX commercial well, we artists don't own our music very rarely. Does that happen? So it's the record labels, so it's more like a commodity or a piece of product for them, but for us the listener it's everything. So, when you say what's the future of music business? It's still always going to be a business. It's still GONNA be product that's traded. But for us as a listener I think it's the Gospel. And I would love to see music treated like that, but you understand why I can't. Because art and business can't live..
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"But once the kids started coming. Mom had to put it away for us. And I think that was one of the greatest joys of my life was for Christmas when she got a tour bus and said mom anywhere. We're at any time. Here's your driver. You can tell us your common, not just show up and man. They lived on the road. They were gone. They were touring all the time, and it was the greatest time of my life. As far as the Sun because my sister was out, my brother was out with her mom and dad was out there I was. That was having for me. Those family nights that you were mentioning. What kind of stuff would you be singing? All the crazy thing is manda. We do music and sports. That's what our family does. So we have all Americans may have all staters and I was never one of those. So. I'm GonNa tell you. It's the same way music. We have some of the greatest musicians greatest singers. and Ain't one of in our family, and it all spawns from. My Dad was a great musician. and. My mom was I'm GonNa put her in the top five female voices. I've ever heard in my lifetime. That's where you learned to send you feel that's where school started. Sure Mom, always then. Betsy was the consummate entertainer, so you learned a lot from there so before I ever picked up a guitar. I had so much of it in my head. That playing guitar was kind of like just a formality of where I guess it was head, but I always thought I was going to be a professional athlete. 'cause I always thought I was better than I was the only thing that kept me from being a professional athlete was my athletic ability or lack of you know had so so it was college when you realize. Okay, realize now's weight and you're not going to be a professional athlete. What are you going to do and got my degree in? Advertising thought it was going to be an advertiser and. Ended up one credit hour to graduate and had to go back and started playing music to support myself. He say colleges where you realize real life is waiting, but there also these stories in anthology three. There's a great story containing Onsang. Met I was living two floors up started playing music. We used to put a blanket on the windows, so we could go all night into the day and just keep playing music, so that doesn't sound like real life. was there quite then well? You know colleges that thing where you can run from real life, but once you graduate or get out. You got no excuses left the difference. The the problem that killed tie and he was I was a senior. He was a sophomore so I had the routine down at all. My classes in the afternoon tie had seven am classes. They want to play till five. Am just playing music. You AIN'T GONNA. Get up from seven am wins so his. His Dad Yanked his out of college because his grades were horrible and took him back home to Oklahoma. City, but then again there it is, there's another year of my education Sti- England, you walk around with a guy that's beautiful, young kid, fantastic Dr Player unbelievable voice anywhere we'd go. Hey, garth great, but that kid right there that Tyke it. He can sing, so it was school for me. I enjoyed our time together. Learn a lot, and it only made sense that me and him would be buddies when we launched out as a solo artist for Capitol records, so let's talk about triple live the sequel I guess to Double Live yes, and commemorates the two thousand fourteen twenty seventeen tour. Three, hundred ninety shows seventy nine cities, yes, six point three, or is it six point four? Old It was a bunch of voices. It was beautiful. I always if you've ever seen it from, you can't call him fans. And you! How can't call them tickets? You can column customers. Voices Zaire one of them of red. Tell that you have incredible. Recall on on the shows. You've played jamming the same way. If you hang around baseball players, they can tell you what the county is where they're. Add all the end. They play one hundred eighty games year and you're like I don't know how they do that, but music get all comes back to. To you, if somebody says landover Maryland and the US air arena members the sickest day of my life. You remember those things, so you know you talking to the The beach wagon in Myrtle beach. There's a lot of things that went on there and we can't even talk about you. Remember them like they were yesterday, even though they were clubs that held. Two hundred eighty people all the way up to the stadiums that you know that the people just went on forever triple live. There is a few. New Songs. Recent records, but there's one I want to ask you about your version of an Ashley McBride's. Yes for her. It's girl going nowhere for you. It's guy gone now. What made you to do that song? But when you first hear it, it's like if you hear and people, are you kidding me? You'RE GONNA. Compare these two songs. Yes, I will compare these two sons guy going nowhere to turn the page there road anthems. If you've done this for a living, you live, turn the page and you've lived Geiger. And she just she nailed it. I just took it to kind of apply to me. She took to apply to her, so her lyrics different, and so when we did this thing live and got the response couldn't believe it. This'll tell you what kind of song it is. There's a sign in Notre. Dame, eighty five thousand people, and you don't want to stop this show. You don't want to slow it down. You don't WanNa slow down your shirt on. was whatever the ballot and you sure don't WanNa. Slow Down with the ballot. They've never heard. Then, you play it in Notre Dame stadium and it got so quiet. You could hear pin-drop an on the. She put in that song where you want to crowd respond. They responded like they had heard it their whole life. That's a mark of a great song, so mark of a great songwriter and you talk about Ashley McBride She does singing songwriting better anybody. This is a song about. Being told you're going to go nowhere as a country singer. And, then when you hear the crab when the lights come up, you feel like you're in your clothes. For me my dad. My Dad and my mom and my biggest fans. They really were, but my dad was very much a realist. Same Way I am with my children. So he wouldn't squash your dream. Season's going to tell you if you're really gonNA. Dream like that's a hell of a lot of work I don't know if you want. Put that much work into it kind of thing. And he said Garth wine or will be moving to Nashville. A Sedan amman-tel Tell Ya. I got people that come and watch me when I play, and they just say. You need to pursue this. And how remember his words rest of my life. He says carthy. Tell everybody. The UP. You're right they do. You're right. But. I'm going to believe them to fill in the confidence I. Don't have myself I wanNA. Take the confidence they have me. We're GONNA PACK UP I'M GONNA go try it. and. Really really glad I did obviously there comes a point down the line where you must have had a follow up conversation. No, my dad was always a realist I. Remember Telling Dad Sedan. Not Tell you this, but we just put on her I kind of big outdoor concert, said then we. We sold twenty three thousand tickets to this thing. He, said congratulations, Bud, but never forget. That's twenty three thousand people. You can disappoint so like holy cow. I never saw the other side of the coin so what he was saying I one hundred percent believe what he was saying. Do Your homework studied? Be Ready for the victory did not come in the selling at twenty three thousand tickets the victory. Kuzma those people walking out of. Of That stadium going get that guy comes back. Here I'll be here and that's what he taught me. You know it's.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"You were just talking about that feeling. You get when you come out of the whole. You come up to the stage. Do you still get nervous because there's an interesting moment anthology three, the very start of it search with the HBO special in Central Park In nineteen ninety-seven, and there is documentary evidence. There's photos. Were you say I looked white as a ghost? And indeed there's photos you backstage before you go on, and you do not look well. Brother now down I was scared I mean literally scared of that shaken, and this kind of what you do for live, and so you think you're going to be okay. The problem was didn't WanNa. See The audience before you saw me. See the audience because it's live TV in all those reactions what I didn't plan on was walking toward the stage. The parks guys with me. Hand me a note. A said what this he goes. This was ninety minutes ago. This was the count ninety minutes ago. Under the note, the note says eight, hundred and fifty thousand. And I look at him I said you're telling me. We have eight hundred fifty thousand people out there. He goes now I'm telling you know minutes ago. You had eight hundred fifty thousand people and man when when you look I'm my town seventeen thousand people. When we moved their gay my downs now bedroom community, bocom seats a lot bigger. But I'd never seen that many people in my life in one place, and it scared the hell out of me. I be honest, and it took the whole show for me to. Even kind of absorb. There's a lot of things when I see that show now that I don't even remember 'cause. He just so damn scare. In, you still get nervous coming on. A Savant Bardo in. Utah Fun, part I don't know if you ever do like a water slides. Anything like that. You're scared to death. Standing up there, but as you go, it's the most fun thing on the planet will imagine that getting to be new every time. And there's only two things in my life are like that. Music is new and three time. And Monsieur is. Every time you see. Those are the things that. Let's talk about how touring has changed for you over the years. When you go out next year. You're going to be celebrating a thirtieth anniversary right now. I want to go back to something you talked about in the follow about your first tour in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine. I'm going to quote you here. I love getting in a van with a bunch of Stinky, guys. Laugh your ass off. Go to a club each shitty food. Food, that's been there three days. The Baloney has the rainbow on, and then the girl show up for the boys in the band to play for. It's the greatest thing. Yes, it is so imagine. The food's got a little better Yes, but it's still for the girls, isn't it? I mean it's just is I mean the thing about music that people don't understand which get. You don't get into this thing for money. 'cause it is you're you're shit Outta luck most areas not right. There's no money when you start to sing so when these guys come in, and they WANNA make big business deals, and they throw the money around. You look and go. That's flattering. I'm humbled. But the truth is. Have you seen the stars born. When he looks at her and says you're going to dig in your soul and find your legs. Why are we doing what we doing? So if you're gonNA, come and throw money around great. That's that's fabulous, but what are we doing? Are we doing something that's going to define the time something like that? That's what I want to be a part of I. think that's what we all want to be a part of. But what things have changed I mean these songs. Some of them have been with you for dirty years. How does the songs change for you I'm not sure that they do protect the truth. The thing all starts with seed, and the seed for here was Allen Reynolds producer in the mentor. And his goal was. He told me this when we first started. He goes. My goal is for you to look at that set list. And the song that you're singing doesn't sound anything like the song you just say. Or the silence coming after. And when you look down there, and you see the thunder rolls, playing the thunder rolls or go. This isn't anything like Rodeo. And sure nothing like like we shall be free, which is coming up next after we shall be free as much too young to feel this damn old. That doesn't sound like anything we've done yet. He did a great great job that way so. You do interviews with people all the time. That might not really know who you are or they're doing it because that's their job for their magazine, or whatever and the one question they continue to ask is if there's one song you wish, you never had to sing again. What would it be because they always want you to say fringe? No places. But what they don't understand is I haven't seen friends in places in twenty five e. I play the I corps. And I watch the rest the rest of the performance it's it's a joy man. By bringing. The crowd to the music. And by bringing on the music to the crowd. It gets. If you've ever seen a guard show, it gets to where you don't know who the entertainer who the fan is. It certainly is that way now right I mean. The crowd can do most of the job for you. They always have and it didn't matter if there was nine of them in the crowd, there's nine hundred thousand. They still do the job for. WE JUST WANNA come and sing, don't we? It's my favorite thing at a show. If you want to hear me sing, but okay. I do man I do. WanNa Hussein because it's the voice of your soul. Hope, that's what singing is. It's the voice of hope. It's the voice of love. And I truly think if God said, enter any opened his. You hear music. You know you you talking about the voice of hope, the Voice of love and you just mentioned you shall be free. I want to ask you about that. Songs from nine hundred ninety two. And for a long time. They felt like we were travelling towards the the wishes of that song. Yeah, racial and sexual equality, and all the other things and are moments now were. It feels like we're traveling back right? You know like it feels like we're more divided than ever right. How does it feel like that song or people? Having people more recent song exactly? How do the songs play for you now? They play the same now. If not more relevant, if not more needed to be heard. Than, ever right now, because here's the thing I don't buy into what's going on. I think what's happened is someone has given a microphone to the extremists. Two point zero zero one percent of. The far left the far right and social media has given a mike to them. That other ninety nine percent of us that live in the middle. We're still here. We're here. I get to see them every night. Thank God and they come. And they hug each other, and they'll come with a red SOx Jersey on a Yankee Jersey on, and they got their arms around each other, and they're singing. Because for me, music is the bridge. And so that that's what it's all about, so we can talk about all day about how bad shape or in. I'm telling you when it comes down to the cut in time. Will show up and we're the same country always where we love one, another will pick on each other, but somebody outside picks on us. Good luck to them, 'cause we'll stand together a mentioned before one thing I really liked about anthology threes. It tells the story of your life by talking about as a performer. Going way back on through your college years back to your childhood when you performing with your family, so we did this thing called talent night at the house once a week, mom would disappear one night out of the month to go. Sing it to most law. Yeah that's how mom Kinda still got her fixed to seeing and still was a mom of six kids because she used to. She toured with swing band a step before she had children, she was a.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"You're getting closer to everyone because the whole thing with us as it all starts with the very first premises. We don't Golden Circle. You don't pay more to be on the floor. Then you do at the very top of the stadium. It's all luck of the draw when you see somebody said if you're up high and you see somebody's sitting on the second row they just got the luck of the draw and computer win. Flag went down for the Dick it on sale every ticket the same price that somehow we've always always done never done the golden circle where the closest is more expensive and get no offense against people that do that. It's just never been our thing because it just makes the crowd one family so you've always kept it. Every ticket is the same price sure. There's a philosophy on merchandise to for me. We didn't come from money so anything you can ever get that you feel like you gotta steal on our bargain on. It fits better. It tastes better all that stuff. So it's pretty cool man you so you do you merch you do it out of one hundred percent cotton. So it's GonNa last forever. I see those shirts. Twenty years later at concerts. I see those shirts on Ebay. They look brand new still. So that's what we do. And they're not fifty seventy five bucks a piece of twenty five bucks piece something like that and it's cool a my thing is as an entertainer. Your what they call working okay. This has never been working ever less time. I work does roofing houses when I was twenty three did this. Is You come out of hole. And they look at the ticket. They see the price they look at the stage. The lighting rig everything and they go holy crap show and he started yet and I feel like I got my money's worth already now when you come out of the hole that crowds happy. That crowd is not sitting there going. Okay you better make this worth it. Never and when you get to come out to their it turns to a party like that and then the party goes all night long. It's fantastic man because you're never playing a GIG for the GIG itself you're always play in the GIG for the next time you come back. You want to be invited back. And I have shamelessly at the concerts had such a good time like in Notre Dame and just pretty much invited myself back because I'm having the best time in the arena and stadium..
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"It's interesting anthology three. You tell the story that each step along the way. Is You going to school? And then going back to one thing that really stuck with me. Was Ye talk about how your bouncer? And as a bouncer you learn. which songs pack the dance floors, and which ones don't right? Where is school for you? Now school just started at Notre Dame I could fill up three legal pads with what I learned in two hours on that stage everything from which way the grading in the flooring is going on everything from that to where the points go out as opposed to the clusters. You're just taking notes. The whole time while the crowd is spur in Uganda. Just go crazier while. On a bigger better, the crowd should live. At the entertainer should live in the moment of start. Up because if you can surprise them. They will surprise you. So, you were talking about where the points go. You're talking about the layout of the stage, right? You now do I. Have This right? You had a whole new stage for the Notre Dame show. which you're scrapping and building another stage for the stadium tour, yeah, the Notre Dame show was supposed to be the blueprint for but what we did with Notre Dame was. We realized all the things that work really well on the things that don't. What are some of those things? Give me an example wasn't working, so let's take the cowboys star, so the cowboys star looks like a star on a badge. Right so at one point the point is going to be facing fifty yard line one side of the stadium, but the other side has two legs on it that neither one of them face the middle of the stadium so never. Are you getting to play to more than fifty percent of the audience at any time in the round? That was a big lesson so now replace it with a Mariner Star, which points north south, east and West. Along eight year East and West because the field is longer than it is wide, and now you're getting closer to everyone because the whole thing with us as it all starts with the very first premises. We don't Golden Circle. You don't pay more to be on the floor. Then you do at the very top of the stadium. It's all luck of the draw when you see, somebody said if you're up high and you see, somebody's sitting on the second row. They just got the luck of the draw and computer win. Flag went down for the Dick it on sale every ticket, the same price that somehow we've always always done never done the golden circle where the closest is more expensive and get no offense against people that do that. It's just never been our thing because it just makes the crowd one family, so you've always kept it. Every ticket is the same price sure. There's a philosophy on merchandise to for me. We didn't come from money so anything you can ever get that. You feel like you gotta steal on our bargain on. It fits better. It tastes better all that stuff, so it's pretty cool. Man You, so you do you merch? You do it out of one hundred percent cotton, so it's GonNa last forever I see those shirts twenty years later at Concerts I. See those shirts on Ebay they. They. Look brand new still so that's what we do and they're not fifty seventy five bucks, a piece of twenty five bucks piece something like that and it's cool. A my thing is as an entertainer. Your what they call working. Okay, this has never been working ever less time. I work does roofing houses when I was twenty three did this. Is You come out of the hole and they look at the ticket. They see the price. They look at the stage, the lighting rig everything and they go. Holy Crap show and he started yet and I feel like I got. My money's worth already now when you come out of the hole, that crowds happy. That crowd is not sitting there going okay, you better make this worth it never and when you get to come out to their, it turns to a party like that, and then the party goes all night long. It's fantastic man because. You're never playing a GIG for the gig itself. You're always play in the GIG for the next time you come back, you want to be invited back. And I have shamelessly at the concerts had such a good time like in Notre Dame and just pretty much invited myself back because I'm having the best time in the arena and stadium..
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Be anthology series. Put together by Brooks with help from Warren Zan's. The former guitarist of a band called the del goes who went on to write a really biography of Tom. Petty a few years ago functions as an oral history of garth life and career told by Garth in those alongside him the latest volume again hardcover book packed with five. Cds is particularly rich in well constructed. It tells the story of Garth's growth is alive performer and begins with the nineteen ninety seven. Hbo Concert Broadcast. Hbo's I ever with the country performer. When Brooks played to a crowd of nine hundred and eighty thousand people in Central Park in New York City and then it goes back to his childhood is college years is I absent at playing music professionally and his explosive popularity in the nineteen nineties when his albums live shows and television special made country the biggest commercial power in American popular music. How one of my favorite details comes in the mid eighties. When Brooks was touring Oklahoma as a member of the band Santa Fe as he. It's IT Santa Fe Love Southern Rock and Brooks Love George Strait. Perhaps the greatest of the NEO traditional center super honky-tonk values back at the center of Country Music in the nineteen eighties. Saw We went into these dancehalls? Its Planes Brooks and it was exactly what those places needed because during the breaks from the live band the DJ's would be playing rock and pop where we brought the rock and roll feel right into the live set off. They're also set records so today when you hear Florida Georgia and rainy degrading hip hop pop into their country. Sound they're expanding on the lessons brooks picked up in the dancehalls of Oklahoma playing with Santa Fe and then put into his music moving forward when Kenny Chesney pack stadiums with his country meets Jimmy Buffett vibe. Well he's drawing on how Brooks transformed country with his Queen Vibe or his James Taylor vibe. You could say the same thing for Taylor swift who seems to have soaked up some business lessons from Brooks. He owns his masters in your remains very cautious about digital music his music now streams and his downloadable through Amazon but only because Amazon last year absorbed the online music store that Brooks himself had launched in twenty fourteen early on anthology part. Three garth describes the stage as a pulpit. You're either seen from it or you're watching it. He says and as you're about to hear he does sound a bit like a preacher when he starts talking about music. I think the only other artists I've ever spoken with WHO is compulsively quotable and is intensely passionate about the dynamic between the audience and the performer. His Bruce Springsteen so without further ADO church his in session in the sermon this week. It's pretty good. Garth Brooks welcomed inside the studio. Thank you so we're actually inside your studio so let me welcome you inside the studio. We have got a lot of ground to cover. Got A new volume of anthology anthology three. Which has you new live. Album triple live. We've got your upcoming stadium tour your upcoming studio album. But let's start with a show. You played just recently Notre Dame which was filmed for something else upcoming special in December and this turned out to be A bit of a neither rain nor sleet nor snow nor heavy. Winds can stop garth brooks from his appointed rounds. It was one of those things where you were worried that the weather was gonNA take front. Stay Center stage and right before showtime everything. Just kind of went on day started off. With Nice weather temperature drops I started to get rain and then Hale and then snow right so it was. It was like in typical day in Ireland. It was cool man so the greatest days start with the night before Friday night. We do this thing called student soundcheck. It's a new tradition. That will have with the stadium tour and students with ninety. Get in free and faculty and staff have to pay like a ten dollar fee to get in and then all that money goes back to a scholarship for the college. Were playing so we were expecting what maybe five hundred six hundred would have been fantastic. Thirty three hundred thirty. Four hundred people shows up this thing so all of a sudden now soundcheck becomes the concert and it was great and it kind of set the tone for the whole weekend and it was miserable that night misty rainy everybody was soaking wet in the stands on the stage but nobody seemed to care and that kind of set the whole attitude for the weekend. What made you pick Notre Dame Notre Dame kind of picked us. We're supposed to take this year off and a guy named Rob Beckham at W. Emmy call me one day and he goes. I know you're taking the year off but there's a phone call. I think you're GONNA WANNA take and just due to music business mergers everything that's changing always now some of the most prolific colleges in our history. Our opening up for the first time ever have concerts and their stadium at Notre Dame was the first one to make the call so never been a concert in that space before never so it was. It was pretty cool and they when you the sweet thing was. They're the nicest people on the planet at Notre Dame but immediately. You realized they've never had a concert because none of them knew anything about concerts so it was pretty good. You got to hold their hand. They got the hold our hand because we don't do stadiums and it was a good marriage so good that right in the middle of everything right in the middle of the concert that night what it only makes sense. We had forty five thousand tickets into the on sale thirty minutes into the on sale. We still had sixty some thousand people in the waiting room so you are not able to do another show. Because he's just unique individual shows. They were so sweet so good during the show that I said I tell you what. Let's just make a date and right there and trust me. I know all our people are having a heart attack. So we're going to start the stadium tour Notre Dame and we're going to end the American leg of it back in Notre Dame will come full circle. I was just talking to some of your team here. And that announcement came as a surprise. Was that a spur of the moment thing for anybody. That's listened to do this. Reliving Notre Dame the greatest community way to sound and Stadium Dan. It's heaven you know in in field of dreams that hey this have no. It's Iowa it's Notre Dame is heaven when you get so you call that audible. Onstage routed the tour right then and there and it's really interesting how the book portion of it functions as an oral history of your life. Because he's telling the story of you as a performer going back to the very very beginning but one interesting thing that stuck out to me. Was I forget who said it said you get a set list? It doesn't mean anything here. See Pirates of the Caribbean and that rules are more like guidelines. That's what a settlers. So is that still the case? You'RE GONNA call audibles. Yes it's all we did in Notre Dame because it's ever changing at if you've ever been to Gar- show the one thing you're going to know more than anything is the guy that's name is on. The markie is not the boss. It's the people in the seats. They're the boss where they WANNA go. We go so it makes it fun for us so instead of the Fed player knowing. Well this is what I do. I'm GonNa Fiddle here Gama. Fill the fiddle player is holding both the guitar and fiddle in his hand. Looking at you. Because he knows he's ready. The Lighting Guy. The lighting guys. Telling all the guys standby standby because I get a boom. We're going a different song. And everything now is so computer program with video and media. Those guys in the back room are going crazy when you change things up but the handle it so well. It's interesting anthology three. You tell the story that each step along the way. Is You going to school and then going back to one thing that really stuck with me was Ye talk about how your bouncer and as a bouncer you learn which songs pack the dance floors and which ones don't right. Where is school for you now? School just started at Notre Dame. I could fill up three legal pads with what I learned in two hours on that stage. Everything from which way the grading in the flooring is going on everything from that to where the points go out as opposed to the clusters. You're just taking notes the whole time while the crowd is spur in Uganda. Just go crazier while on a bigger better. The crowd should live at the entertainer. Should live in the moment of start up because if you can surprise them they will surprise you so you were talking about where the points go. You're talking about the layout of the stage right you now. Do I have this right? You had a whole new stage for the Notre Dame show which you're scrapping and building another stage for the stadium tour. Yeah the Notre Dame show was supposed to be the blueprint for but what we did with Notre Dame was. We realized all the things that work really well on the things that don't what are some of those things give me. An example wasn't working. So let's take the cowboys star. So the cowboys star looks like a star on a badge right so at one point the point is going to be facing fifty yard. Line one side of the stadium but the other side has two legs on it that neither one of them face the middle of the stadium. So never are you getting to play to more than fifty percent of the audience at any time in the round. That was a big lesson so now replace it with a Mariner Star which points north South East and West along eight year east and West because the field is longer than it is wide. And.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Be Anthology series put together by Brooks with help from Warren Zan's. The former guitarist of a band called the del goes, who went on to write a really biography of Tom? Petty a few years ago, functions as an oral history of Garth, life and career, told by Garth in those alongside him, the latest volume again hardcover book packed with five CDs is particularly rich in well constructed. It tells the story of Garth's growth is alive performer and begins with the nineteen ninety seven HBO. Concert broadcast HBO's I ever with the country performer when Brooks played to a crowd of nine hundred and eighty thousand people in Central Park in New York City. And then it goes back to his childhood. Is College years. Is I absent at playing music professionally and his explosive popularity in the nineteen nineties when his albums live shows and television special made country, the biggest commercial power in American popular music. How? One of my favorite details comes in the mid eighties when Brooks was touring Oklahoma as a member of the band Santa Fe. As he it's planted Santa Fe love Southern, Rock, and Brooks love George Strait. Perhaps the greatest of the neo traditional centers, Super honky-tonk values back at the center of Country Music in the nineteen eighties. Aw! We went into these dancehalls, its planes brooks, and it was exactly what those places needed. Because during the breaks from the live band, the DJ's would be playing rock and pop. Where we brought the rock and roll. Feel right into the live set. Off. They're also set records. So today. When you hear Florida Georgia and rainy degrading hip hop pop into their country sound. They're expanding on the lessons. Brooks in the dance halls of Oklahoma playing with Santa Fe and then put into his music moving forward. When Kenny Chesney pack stadiums with his country meets Jimmy. Buffett vibe well. He's drawing on how Brooks transformed country with his Queen Vibe or his James Taylor vibe. You could say the same thing for Taylor swift who seems to have soaked up some business lessons from Brooks? He owns his masters in your remains very cautious about digital music, his music now streams and his downloadable through Amazon but only because Amazon last year absorbed the online music store that Brooks himself had launched in twenty, fourteen early on anthology part three. Garth describes the stage as a pulpit. You're either seen from it or you're watching it, he says. And as you're about to hear, he does sound a bit like a preacher when he starts talking about music. I think the only other artists I've ever spoken with WHO is compulsively quotable and is intensely passionate about the dynamic between the audience and the performer his Bruce springsteen. So without further ADO. Church his in session. In the sermon this week. It's pretty good. Garth Brooks welcomed inside the studio. So. We're actually inside your studio, so let me welcome you inside the studio. We have got a lot of ground to cover got a new volume of anthology anthology three. which has you new live album triple live? We've got your upcoming stadium tour. Your upcoming studio album, but let's start with a show. You played just recently Notre Dame, which was filmed for something else upcoming. Special in December and this turned out to be a bit of a neither rain, nor sleet nor snow, nor heavy winds can stop garth brooks from his appointed rounds. It was one of those things where you were worried that the weather was gonNA. Take Front, stay, center, stage and right before showtime everything just kind of went on. Day started off with Nice weather temperature drops. I started to get rain, and then Hale and then snow right, so it was, it was like in typical day in Ireland. It was cool man, so the greatest days start with the night before Friday night. We do this thing called student soundcheck. It's a new tradition that will have with the stadium tour and students with ninety get in free and faculty and staff have to pay like a ten dollar fee to get in, and then all that money goes back to a scholarship for the college were playing, so we were expecting what maybe five hundred six hundred would have been fantastic. Thirty, three, hundred thirty four hundred people shows up this thing so all of a sudden now soundcheck. The concert. And it was great, and it kind of set the tone for the whole weekend, and it was miserable that night misty rainy everybody was soaking wet in the stands on the stage, but nobody seemed to care and that kind of set the whole attitude for the weekend. What made you pick Notre Dame? Notre Dame kind of picked us. We're supposed to take this year off and a guy named Rob Beckham at W. Emmy. Call me one day and he goes. I know you're taking the year off, but. But there's a phone call I think you're GonNa WanNa take and just due to music business mergers everything that's changing always now. Some of the most prolific colleges in our history are opening up for the first time. Ever have concerts and their stadium at Notre Dame was the first one to make the call, so never been a concert in that space before never so it was, it was pretty cool and they when you the sweet thing was. They're the nicest people on the planet at Notre Dame. But immediately you realized they've never had a concert. Because none of them knew anything about concerts, so it was pretty good. You got to hold their hand. They got the hold our hand because we don't do stadiums and it was a good marriage so good that right in the middle of everything right in the middle of the concert that night. What it only makes sense. We had forty five thousand tickets into the on sale thirty minutes into the on sale. We still had sixty some thousand people in the waiting room, so you are not able to do another show because he's just unique, individual shows they were so sweet so good during the show that I said I. Tell You what let's just make a date. And right there and trust me. I know all our people are having a heart attack, so we're going to start the stadium tour Notre Dame and we're going to end the American leg of it back in Notre Dame will come full circle. I was just talking to some of your team here and that announcement came as a surprise. was that a spur of the moment thing for? Anybody. That's listened to do this reliving. Notre Dame the. Greatest Community way to sound and Stadium Dan. It's heaven you know in in field of dreams that hey this have no, it's Iowa. It's Notre. Dame is heaven when you get. So you call that audible onstage routed the tour. Right then and there, and it's really interesting how the book portion of it functions as an oral history of your life, because he's telling the story of you as a performer going back to the very very beginning, but one interesting thing. That stuck out to me was. I forget who said it, said you get a set list. It doesn't mean anything. Here see pirates of the Caribbean. And that rules are more like guidelines. That's what a settlers so is that still the case you're gonNA. Call audibles. Yes, it's all we did in Notre Dame because it's ever changing at ever been to Gar. Show the one thing you're going to know more than anything is. The guy that's name is on the Markie is not the boss. It's the people in the seats. They're the boss where they WANNA go. We go, so it makes it fun for us so instead of the Fed player knowing well. This is what I do I'm GonNa Fiddle here fill the fiddle player is holding both the guitar and fiddle in his hand looking at you because he knows he's ready. The lighting guy the lighting guys telling all the guys standby standby because I get a boom. We're going a different song and everything now is so computer program with video and media. Those guys in the back room are going crazy when you change things up, but the.
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"We met Garth at the house where he has his offices and also to studios both of them brand new for himself and his wife Tricia Earwood. He came to the door holding a baseball bat and wearing batting gloves. He got US something to drink right away. Made sure we were settled in so for superstar. Who's told tens and tens of millions of albums and also set a record for North America with his last tour. He did seem pretty much like a regular guy. Of course he's not when he greeted us he'd stepped out not from backyard batting practice but from working on the upcoming CBS. Television special of that concert at Notre Dame stadium. He'd played just a few days before and as for that. Bat Brooks is not just a baseball fan during his thirteen retirement from touring. He reported for Spring Training three times with the padres. The mets and the Kansas City royals. If you're keeping score at home he went one for thirty nine with the padres in the mets which is a point zero two five average but he did get one hit with the royals his music stats are just a little bit better. Is the best selling artist of the SOUNDSCAN era? He's tallied more than seventy million in the US. Nine hundred ninety one when soundscan started and in fact sixteen point six million of those sales her the second album alone. Roping the wind holds. The title has the best selling album of the SOUNDSCAN era two years ago. The Recording Industry Association of America Certified Books As the first artist with seven diamond albums. That's ten times platinum or ten million a piece. And when he did return to touring twenty fourteen. He did it in a big way. His three year world tour with Tricia Earwood sold more than six point. Three million tickets. He played three hundred ninety concerts. In seventy nine cities now brooks went into arenas playing four or five shows and most of them sometimes filling them for two shows a day and finishing with seven nights in Nashville at the Bridgestone arena. It stands as the biggest North American tour in history when Brooks tour is next year. He'll be marking the thirtieth anniversary of his self titled Debut Album which pretty much laid out all the ways that he'd both drawn country tradition and open up new frontiers that helped create the context for most of country music. Today Brooks grew up on country but also on seventies hard rock kiss and Queen and Singer songwriters like James Taylor. Dan Fogelberg for sure. You can hear that singer Songwriter. Influence on the dance from that first album memory dance we she the You can hear so clearly it brooks hesitate to even record it worrying that it wasn't country enough and then watching it go to number one on the country charts but if you give them more straight ahead country weeper Alabama Klay headphones. Listen you can hear the rock side of Garth is well..
"garth brooks" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Iheartradio presents inside the studio. I'm your host. Joe Lee this time out we road trip down to Nashville to talk with Garth Brooks Garth told me about volume three of his anthology series which includes his new triple live album and we also talked about his recent concert. Four eighty four thousand people at Notre Dame Stadium and he shared details about the stadium. Tour is kicking off next March as well as the studio album. He's releasing next year which he hasn't gotten around to giving a name to yet. Despite the fact that he released a single from it a rocking honky-tonk called all day long last June right now the the basic working title is the fun album. Just a lot of fun on this record. It is untitled on Amazon. Yes it is untitled. Drives THEM CRAZY. Because everything's Data. They know exact but this one just hasn't been named yet so it's the fun album because it's all about fun. There's a cowboy song on their a song called. That's what cowboys do. And there's a song on their called party grow just talking about how Mardi Gras for us guys of never heard this term before just a honky Tonkin Halloween. And that's what it is. And so it's just fun drill. Cajun Zydeco but yet same time real country and I think that's what I do so my thing is you never chase whatever's cool today. Congratulations for WHO's cool. But you gotta be true to who you are. 'cause the last thing you want to do is walk. Had they were going okay? Let's go over this. Who Am I today? The greatest gift of ever been given by the people that come to see us is. They allowed me to be me a be. Okay they recognize you as a human being the greatest compliment hereto. Walking with the four ladies are GONNA remain. Nameless does walking with them and one of the girls. The one that was never said anything she goes. You know you always just appear to me as one of us. That just got lucky. Sweetest thing anybody's ever said to me. You just one of US got lucky. Because that's how I feel. Meaning you're still you're still regular person. Yeah I'm still the the guy that's just full.