Brooks accomplished amazing things throughout the 1990s, changing the face of live country music from simple and subdued to pulse-pounding and electric. He was known for engaging in legitimately dangerous live stunts while always keeping his cool in black cowboy hat and jeans, and the many reviews that have come in from the slew of live performances over the last 12 months are overwhelmingly positive.
Fans in Milwaukee and Cleveland will have an opportunity to see Brooks live in the upcoming weeks, and there are currently six shows scheduled for the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, ranging from October 16 October 24.
When Brooks retired from live performing around the turn-of-the-century to raise his family, many fans believed that they had seen him work his stage magic for the final time. But the last year is a clear indication that the seemingly ageless creative genius is nowhere near hanging up his cowboy boots.
Joined by wife Tricia Yearwood, each concert is a dynamic and comprehensive celebration of one of the greatest country music artists of all time and his better half.
Playing two shows in one night is something that big-time performers occasionally do, but few embark on the endeavor when each performance requires such precision and stamina. Two shows in one night is a strength of Brooks, as he has accomplished the impressive feat 36 times to this day. Seven more 2-show nights are scheduled to unfold in the next few months.
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