Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Garth Brooks drops Summer anthem "All Day Long” on Amazon Music & most Added at Country Radio

The Infectious New Track Is The First Single 
From Brooks’ Upcoming Studio Album - Available To Pre-Order.

Nashville, TN - Reigning CMA “Entertainer Of The Year” Garth Brooks released brand new music, much to the delight of his fans. Brooks’ new single “All Day Long” is available to stream on Amazon Music and at Country Radio.  
With its instant feel-good vibe, it's set to be the song of the summer. Co-written by Brooks, the infectious track evokes signature Brooks sing-a-longs, tailor-made for his ground-breaking live show and follows the momentum of his recent No. One “Ask Me How I Know.” 

You can Listen All Day Long!: Hear the new single with Garth's radio liners: 

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 (14.5 million in audience) on Billboard Country Airplay (110 ADDS) and No.28 on Mediabase chart (135 ADDS).  On Hot Country Songs, it opens at No.42. It received hourly plays on participating iHeartMedia stations beginning at 6 a.m. on June 19.

"Somebody's gotta play that Country that ain't ever comin' back." Well, I've got some news for you -- it's back, and Garth is the one bringing it back. Radio programmers have commented on social media that this is the Garth song they've been waiting for -- the rowdy, honky-tonk, boot-stompin', raucous jam of a song that made Garth a radio and stage icon. Tempo, tempo, tempo is the name of the game here, along with the flavor of the "90s Country sound" for which many have become nostalgic. Don't be mistaken, however; this is current Garth in his current glory, with a full-bodied vocal and a renewed energy that has come from sell-out crowd spanning his recent three-year-long sell-out tour. "All Day Long" is sticky in the best of ways with instant familiarity and a sing-along sensibility:  "Somebody's gotta feed that jukebox / Somebody's gotta drink that beer / Somebody's gotta get all rowdy and raise some hell in here / Somebody's gotta dance with the women / Spin 'em to a Country song / I can do this night life all day long." And, boy, can he.

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.

“All Day Long” is the first track taken from Brooks’ upcoming studio album to be released next year. 

Fans can pre-order the highly-anticipated release (available at a limited time only price of $10) and will receive the new single immediately, as well as an exclusive bonus track, "The Road I'm On," which will be the opening song of Brooks’ imminent tour.  

Brooks shared details of the new single with fans last night via “Inside Studio G,” his weekly interactive Facebook Live series, available to watch here

We're celebrating #AllDayLong! #StudioG goes fireside at 7:30am CT! Who's in? love, g
Posted by Garth Brooks on Monday, 18 June 2018
"From the very first lick, this song is a party," said Brooks.  "Country radio, uptempo honky-tonk and summer go soooooooo good together!"

Garth Brooks is the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, having now been awarded this honor six times, a first for any artist. He is also the first artist in history to receive 7 Diamond awards for the now seven albums certified by the RIAA at over 10 million album sales each and remains the #1-selling solo artist in U.S. history certified by the RIAA with over 148 million album sales. He has received every accolade the recording industry can bestow on an artist. Garth has been inducted into the International Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Country Music Hall of Fame and most recently, the Musicians Hall of Fame. Garth just finished the three and a half year long, Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood. Forbes said of the tour, "Garth Brooks' World Tour Solidifies His Status As The Best Arena Act Alive." The tour smashed records previously held by such acts as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and even Garth Brooks. The tour played 79 cities, 390 concerts with over 100,000 tickets sold in over 20 cities. The tour sold over 6.3 million tickets, making it the biggest North American tour in history and the biggest American tour in the world. Garth also has Inside Studio G, a weekly Facebook Live series. It airs every Monday on Garth's Facebook page at 7:00 PM EST. 

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