Garth Brooks announces Boston concerts

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The wait is over. Garth Brooks has finally announced Boston concerts for his recently launched comeback tour. The king of country will make his way to Massachusetts for series of concerts at Boston’s TD Garden in January. Brooks will perform at the home of the Bruins and Celtics on Thursday, January 22, Friday, January 23 and Saturday, January 24. All tickets for each of the concerts will be priced at $60.50 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. He’ll be joined by wife and fellow country star Trisha Yearwood.

Fans can most likely expect Brooks to add additional shows to his stop in Boston, which will mark his first time in the Hub in over 17 years. The Garden has no events scheduled for the three days prior and two days after the announced concerts. The country star launched his comeback tour in September with 10 sold out shows in Chicago, and has since made extended stops in Atlanta, Jacksonville, Lexington and Minneapolis, with the later featuring 11 performances. Many of the stops have included doubleheaders with two performances in one night.

Brooks will be touring in support of his brand new album, Man Against The Machine. The singer’s ninth studio album and first since 2001’s Scarecrow was released last week. Produced by Mark Miller, Brooks co-wrote three of the album’s fourteen tracks. Lead single “People Loving People” is streaming here.

Along with his return to the road and release of new music, Brooks recently ended his stance against digital music sales. Though still not available through popular digital retailers like iTunes, fans can now purchase Brooks’ music through his own company, GhostTunes. Brooks entire catalogue, including Man Against Machine and another new album he expects to release in 2015, can be purchased for just $29.99.

Yearwood will be promoting her brand new compilation, PrizeFighter: Hit After Hit. Released today, it includes ten of Yearwood’s hit singles and six newly recorded songs. Lead single “PrizeFighter” is a duet with Kelly Clarkson.

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