Ten country songs of love and happiness for your next date night, from Johnny and June to Garth and Trisha.
A Garth Brooks fan is celebrating an unforgettable week after her show-stopping moment in Minneapolis.
As if it wasn’t enough to perform 11 concerts in two weeks, Garth Brooks is finding other ways to leave his mark on the Twin Cities.
Teresa Shaw caught Brooks’ attention with a hand-made sign.
What happened next brought the crowd to tears and gave Teresa the boost she needed for the battle she’s fighting at home.
Country superstar Garth Brooks may be in town for a record number of concerts, but Friday afternoon he put smiles on the faces of some special fans. Garth stepped off the elevator at Children’s Hospital and Clinics in St. Paul to greet patients, parents and healthcare workers
Listen to Mayor Betsy Hodges and other highlights from Friday with Dave Lee….click the link above
With his signature black hat and his sentimental lyrics, Garth Brooks is bringing country back to an audience that loves him. Sandy Jung doesn’t have concert tickets yet, but she’s got some fancy cowgirl boots and a western belt with bling from Minneapolis’ Schatzlein Saddle Shop on Lake Street. “I think the fact that he’s coming back and it’s like a renewing of his kind of old style and bringing it back into current is really fun,” Jung said.
WCCO Meteorologist Chris Shaffer had a chance to sit down with Garth Brooks early Thursday night, right before the start of his 11-show run at the Target Center in Minneapolis. Chris is a huge fan, and says Garth is truly one of the nicest guys he’s ever met. In the video above, Garth tells Chris how Minnesota and the Target Center have a special place in his heart.
After 16 years away, Minnesota country music fans are finally getting the chance to see an icon. Starting Thursday night, Garth Brooks will play the first of 11 shows at Target Center. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
John Hines fills in for Dave Lee on Thursday….listen back to some of the things you missed by clicking the link above.
Not a huge surprise — when you add a whopping 11 shows in one city, it’s probably only a matter of time. Still, Garth Brooks announced that his nearly two-week run slated for Minneapolis in November has shattered his North American ticket sales record.
If Garth Brooks stays in Minnesota any longer, he’s going to have to consider applying to homestead Target Center. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but on Tuesday morning, Brooks did announce yet another concert date for the Twin Cities, bringing the total number of shows up to 11.
“This album is a reminder to all those who dream, work, and fight for what they believe; do not give up your vision,” said Brooks.
Fans of Garth Brooks don’t have much longer to wait, as tickets for his series of Minneapolis concerts go on sale Friday morning at 10 a.m. Garth Brooks recently announced that Minneapolis would be the next stop on his World Tour with Trisha Yearwood.
Get your cowboy boots and hat ready — Garth Brooks is coming to town.
The Academy of Country Music’s 49th Annual Awards were broadcast out of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas again this year, with special performances in nearby Mandalay Bay. Here are the biggest moments from the show.
The Band Perry will kick off the 2014 ACM Awards with a performance of their latest single “Chainsaw.” Also, two Entertainer of the Year nominees artists will pay tribute to Merle Haggard. Who are they? And which fellow Country Hall of Famer will present Haggard with the award?
The legendary artist will receive the Crystal Milestone Award during this year’s ACMs. Haggard is also the subject of the upcoming tribute album “Working Man’s Poet,” featuring many top country stars.
While many speculated that new music from Garth Brooks was on the way, today comes the announcement of Brooks’ Black Friday concert special.
The three-hour broadcast of the 48th Academy of Country Music Awards is over now, and the winners have been named and honored. At the top of that list is, of course, Luke Bryan, who walked away with Entertainer of the […]
Top names in music, sports, film and television showed their support for The Starkey Hearing Foundation at its 11th annual “So the World May Hear” gala on Sunday night at the St. Paul RiverCentre.