Garth Brooks was born the youngest of six children on February 2, 1962, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Brooks got his musical ambition from his mother, Colleen Carroll, and father Troyal Brooks. His mother recorded several albums in her early days. When Brooks made the decision to move to Nashville in 1988, he quickly garnered his first recording contract. Garth Brooks broke out onto the country scene in 1989 with his self-titled album, “Garth Brooks.” His next four studio albums were, No Fences (1990), Ropin’ the Wind (1991), The Chase (1992), and In Pieces (1993), and were all very successful.
After a brief retirement from touring, a failed project named “Chris Gaines Project”, and a stint trying out for the San Diego Padres, in 2005, Garth Brooks announced his marriage to Trisha Yearwood. With hits like “Friends in Low Places,” “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” and “The Dance,” Garth Brooks has rocked the world of country music for over two decades. He is one of the best-selling country artists of all time, and his concerts offer an unparalleled experience.