Garth Brooks has racked up countless accomplishments in his over 25-year-long career. From No. 1 singles on the Billboard charts to best-selling country albums, the superstar who can still sell out cities and stadium tours from Las Vegas to Texas has become one of the most decorated artists in U.S. history (seven albums have reached diamond status, making him bigger than The Beatles). His experiment as “Chris Gaines” didn’t affect his rise to the top of the music world.
He’s A Country Superstar
The “Friends in Low Places” and “The Thunder Rolls” singer from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is one of the biggest solo artists in Nashville. He’s also one of the top-selling recording artists in the United States over other celebrated singer-songwriters like George Strait. Did we mention the country singer has two Grammy Awards and 17 American Music Awards? He’s also won CMA Awards Entertainer of the Year multiple times and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. studio albums
Through all his successes, the country star has kept the same band his entire career and maintained beautiful friendships with those band members. In fact, Brooks will tell audiences that “the rookie” on his tour has only been with him for 21 years.