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Garth Brooks Adds Entire Catalogue To Amazon

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on December 24, 2016

in News

After teasing fans with a couple of his albums since October, Garth Brooks is now ready to unleash his entire catalogue exclusively on Amazon Unlimited.

Beginning December 24 at 12 AM ET, all sixteen of Brooks’ albums will be available to those that are subscribers to the new Amazon Unlimited streaming service. His music will not be on the Amazon Prime tier of streaming nor on any other site such as Spotify or Apple Music.

Brooks said “I hope my fans will enjoy this surprise holiday gift. As we look to 2017, I couldn’t be more thrilled to have Amazon Music along for the ride on my upcoming tour as we go worldwide.”

Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music, added “Garth is an incredible artist that our customers love listening to—in just two months, since his debut to streaming exclusively on Amazon Music, Garth has become one of the top streamed artists and The Ultimate Hits and Double Live have become top streamed albums. We are thrilled today to announce that even more from Garth is coming exclusively to Amazon Music this Saturday, including award-winning and popular albums like No Fences, The Chase and more. We can’t wait for customers to start enjoying the entire Garth catalogue.”

The albums available on Amazon Unlimited as of Saturday:
In Pieces
Garth Brooks
The Chase
The Ultimate Hits
No Fences
Ropin’ the Wind
Sevens
Scarecrow
Double Live 25th Anniversary Edition
Fresh Horses
Christmas Together
Gunslinger
Man Against Machine
Beyond the Season
Garth Brooks and the Magic of Christmas
The Lost Sessions

So far, Brooks has scheduled ten shows for 2017 with Amazon as his sponsor:
01/21 – Cincinnati, OH
01/22 – Cincinnati, OH
01/27 – Cincinnati, OH
01/28 – Cincinnati, OH
01/29 – Cincinnati, OH
02/02 – Memphis, TN
02/03 – Memphis, TN
02/04 – Memphis, TN (two shows)
03/11 – Albany, NY

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