Going on a tandem tour with Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks has revealed added tour dates for his 2015 tour.
As stated on his official website , Brooks still has two more shows in April before heading out to other cities before ending his road shows in June.
Meanwhile, in a report by NPR Music, the country singer talked about his return in the music scene after announcing his retirement and going on and off in the scene.
He claimed that announcing his retirement was one of the best decisions in his life and that he had a blast hanging out with his children and family.
“I’m sitting there staring at three children that I don’t know, they don’t know me,” Brooks said.
“And we’re starting our life together in Oklahoma.
And I tell you now, greatest gift I’ve ever been given was being able to afford the time off to watch my babies grow.” The 53-year-old singer then claimed in a different interview that he toured with guilt before but music just gives him a different way of thinking after leaving his family for a long time prior to his retirement.
“You know, music keeps you eternally young,” he said.
“It just does.
What I love about it now is touring without the guilt.
Now it’s like nothing is being held back.
You get to eat mashed potatoes with both hands instead of one, you know what I mean? It’s fantastic.” Talking about his tour, Garth Brooks claimed that he has been doing something he has never done by opening for Trisha Yearwood instead of being the main act.
“I get to do something this tour that I’ve never done in my life: I get to be a sideman.
I start the show, and then about an hour or hour-10 in the show, Ms.
Yearwood comes in the show and the rig changes, she kind of takes the show over and then gives it back to me to close.”