On August 7, 1997, Garth Brooks made history with his famous concert in New York City’s Central Park, where an estimated 1 million people attended the once-in-a-lifetime event. the resulting HBO special, Garth: Live from Central ParkThe special was the most-watched on cable television in 1997, with 14.6 million television viewers. The special was nominated for six Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Music Program, as well as Outstanding Variety, Musical or Comedy Special.
Brooks gears up to celebrate the 25th anniversary of that concert by streaming highlights of a special Garth: Live from Central Park on social sales and online networks talk live on Sunday. Brooks will do live commentary from Studio G in Nashville during this special Talk Live event and will showcase some of his favorite moments from the 1997 concert. The footage from Brooks ‘s 1997 concert was previously uploaded to Brooks ‘s 2006 . was included in the Entertainer collection.
“Time is a friend to all things, and the Central Park concert will always be a great chapter in our story,” Brooks said via a statement.
In addition to the upcoming TalkShopLive special, Brooks is also nearing release Compilation, Part II, providing insights from his career and personal life from 1996-2001. The upcoming book discusses the stories behind the recording sessions for Brooks’ albums, including fresh horse, double live And Seven – including chronicling the reason for the delay in the release of Seven album. Brooks also describes his famous 24-hour signing session during Fan Fair 1996. The book also contained a six-disc set of albums released during that time, including two previously unreleased recordings.
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