Garth Brooks is highest-selling solo artist of all-time. In any genre. His stats speak for themselves and now, he’s added his own words to those stats.
Brooks recently announced a 5-part multi-media anthology that begins with “Part 1: The First Five Years,” a look into Brooks rise to stardom from 1989-1993. During those years he released five albums. His memories will run alongside his longtime manager, Bob Doyle and other songwriters and musicians.
The set promises “all the secrets, details, origins, true stories an insider would get.”
The 240-page hardcover book includes more than 150 never-before-seen photos, as well as 5 CDs, including outtakes, first takes, demos and masters. Of the 52 songs included on the CDs, 19 are new, unreleased or demo versions.
The collection will be available through all retailers, including Target, Walmart, Amazon, Costco and Barnes & Noble, at a list price of $39.98, although it will likely get discounted to below $30.