GARTH BROOKS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Pinelake Church, a large church with five locations in the state of Mississippi, has invited Brother Hugh to preach this Sunday morning at its Reservoir location. I have no idea what Freeze will preach on, though we can assume IT’S PART OF A MASSIVE OLE MISS CONSPIRACY OF SOME KIND, but that shouldn’t stop us from trying to guess his sermon title.
While picturing him standing...
At some point during every college football season, SEC coaches appear on one of ESPN’s areas of visual technology to discuss the football. When they do, they often wear the Garth Brooks microphone*.
*WHERE THE WHISKEY DROWNS, AND THE BEER CHASES MY BLUES AWAY
*OUR LIVES ARE BETTER LEFT TO CHANCE, I COULD’VE MISSED THE PAIN, BUT I’D HAVE HAD TO MISS THE DANCE
*THE WHITE LINE’S...
Country music legend Garth Brooks is on tour in Detroit this weekend, and it looks like he received a visit from a well-known Michigan man at his show tonight. Jim Harbaugh and his wife hung out with the singer, and Harbaugh posted a photo to his always entertaining Twitter account, complete with lyrics from Brooks’ song “Standing Outside the Fire.”
Fun night with our old...
I went to a Garth Brooks concert on Thursday night. I’m not a huge fan of Brooks, but my wife loves him and he’s one of the biggest artists of my generation. I figured seeing Brooks live would be a good time, and I was right. He was great.
My main worry about seeing Brooks wasn’t so much the quality of his performance, it was his fans. More specifically, country fans. Even...
Kansas City Royals fans hold up a sign during Game 6 of the World Series that reads: Garth Brooks is greater than Journey.
Kauffman Stadium was raucous Tuesday night. Just ask Steve Perry.
The lead singer of Journey has been front and center this World Series, supporting his beloved San Francisco Giants with crazy antics at AT&T Park. A few Kansas City Royals fans turned the tables and trolled Perry during Game 6 by professing their love for Garth Brooks.
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Garth Brooks just started his latest world tour…but that didn’t mean the country superstar couldn’t take a break from his unprecedented seven-night, eleven-night stint in Chicago to take in a little batting practice. That’s right, the full-time country crooner-turned-part-time spring training sideshow (he’s played with the San Diego Padres, New York Mets and Kansas City...
Lost in the many story lines of the SEC last season — like Auburn’s turnaround, Alabama’s quest for another national title, Johnny Manziel at Texas A&M — was that LSU had another really good year. The Tigers went 10-3, won the Outback Bowl, and had huge wins over Auburn and Texas A&M, yet Les Miles and co. didn’t seem to get the national attention that a team of...
In honor of the Play it Forward, we’re going to do a little “tale of the tape” for the two songs competing each night. We’re starting with Monday’s matchup.
Tale of the Tape
Don’t Stop Believin’
Friends in Low Places
Steve Perry/JonathanCain/Neal Schon
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Twitter speculation is true: The Royals are likely canning the sixth-inning tradition of playing Garth Brooks' 1990 hit "Friends in Low Places" at Kauffman Stadium, Royals vice president of community affairs and publicity Toby Cook confirmed by phone Friday.
"We just felt that 2014 was a good time to try something a little different there," Cook said. "It...