Garth Brooks’ new single most added at country radio

The New Single Is Available To Stream On Amazon Music And At Country Radio Now

Reigning CMA “Entertainer Of The Year” Garth Brooks’ recently released single, “All Day Long” is the most-added song at country radio this week and also claims the biggest add date since August 2015. The track debuted at No. 21 on Billboard and No. 28 on Mediabase chart. “All Day Long” is also available to stream on Amazon Music and is proving to be an instant hit with critics, as USA Today declares “Brooks’ distinct voice is instantly recognizable then bolstered by the familiar combination of fiddle, steel and electric guitar – the song a fresh, but welcome rewind to the hard-driving, blue-collar country Brooks popularized in the 90’s.” Co-written by Brooks with Bryan Kennedy and Mitch Rossell, the instantaneous track follows the momentum of his recent No. One “Ask Me How I Know.” “All Day Long” is the first track taken from Brooks’ upcoming studio album to be released next year.

Brooks has also released “The Road I’m On,” which he co-wrote with Randall King, along with “All Day Long.” “The Road I’m On” will the opener on his forthcoming tour that he is set to announce on July 9th. Read our prediction of what he’ll announce here.

During Brooks’ weekly Inside Studio G last week, Brooks also mentioned another project he’s excited about called “The Diamond Series.” He says little details can be discussed as it’s in its infancy, but confirms it will feature songs from the “House Cleaning” portion of his last three year North American tour. It gets to show how the song was originally recorded, performed live in concert and in intimate settings, Brooks states. He says “The Diamond Series” will be discussed more on next week’s live broadcast.

Brooks also discussed a new email list that will give fans exclusive content, discounts and first dibs on things before anyone else. He’s asking for fans to submit Ask Garth questions to get input on what fans want to see.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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