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article imageGarth Brooks back with new record label, announces world tour

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 12, 2014 in Music
Country Music Hall of Famer Garth Brooks is officially out of retirement. He has inked a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment, according to Sony CEO Doug Morris, and he is going digital with his music.
A global country superstar, Brooks' music is finally going digital. For the first time ever, it will soon be available to download via his official website.
He will release his first album of all new music in more than a decade, around "Black Friday" in November of 2014 through his own Pearl imprint, in conjunction with Sony Music's RCA Nashville. It will be listed as a Pearl/RCA Nashville release. The major record label, Sony Music, will provide its distribution services and it will collaborate in marketing efforts, as RCA Nashville will promote his upcoming singles to the country radio airwaves.
Throughout his respected career in the music industry, Brooks has sold 134 million albums to date and has garnered every music award possible. 25 of his radio singles have reached the top of the country charts, and his albums have spent more weeks at No. 1 on the sales charts than any other artist since the inception of SoundScan. Six of his albums have been certified diamond, for sales of 10 million albums sold, and he is the only artist in history to accomplish this milestone.
His highly-anticipated world tour is also in the works, and the first city will be announced on July 15, so stay tuned.
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