Country singer Garth Brooks disappointed his Irish fans by cancelling his five "Comeback Special" concert dates in the Emerald Isle.
Country superstar Garth Brooks, who just wrapped a long-running show at Wynn Las Vegas, revealed he is going on a world tour in 2014 to promote his new album, “Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences.”
He broke the news to “Good Morning America” co-host Robin Roberts, saying, "You know what, since it’s you, and since we’ve had a history forever, let’s announce it: We’re going on a world tour in 2014. I can’t believe I just did that! But you are a doll."
Now, he told Roberts, "It sure feels good to get to throw your hat back in the ring. All my babies are fine with it. Ms. Yearwood is fine with it. So now I get to do what I love to do, which is play music.”
Country superstar Garth Brooks hasn’t toured for several years, but he’ll take the stage this summer for an Oklahoma benefit concert.
Its official -- country superstar Garth Brooks has announced that he's coming out of retirement to perform in Las Vegas!
As "Extra" reported in August, Brooks will be performing in an extended engagement in Sin City. The "Friends in Low Places" crooner has signed a deal with Wynn Resort.
Brooks, 47, retired in 2000 in order to spend more time with his three daughters -- Taylor, August and Allie.
He's "got friends in low places" -- and he could soon be performing for them in Las Vegas! Sources tell "Extra" that country legend Garth Brooks is working out a deal to perform at the Encore Hotel and Casino.
Brooks would be performing in the Encore Theater for 16 weeks beginning this October, where Danny Gans performed his Las Vegas show.