Garth Brooks To Launch SiriusXM Channel With Ryman Show

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks will hold an invitation-only concert at the Ryman Auditorium as part of the launch of The Garth Channel on SiriusXM. The concert, which will be his first-ever full show at the Ryman, will air live on Thursday, Sept. 8 on SiriusXM’s The Garth Channel (channel 55), and via SiriusXM’s app and online at siriusxm.com.

“Just the thought of playing the Ryman is crazy. The fact that SiriusXM is going to capture the evening makes it even a bigger event for me,” said Brooks.

“It will be a special moment for Garth at the Ryman, and we are excited to present this one-of-a-kind performance to our national listening audience. As Garth is showing on his current tour, he holds nothing back, and for him to play the Mother Church of Country Music will be a treasured moment for his many fans,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM.

The Garth Channel, the new, exclusive channel, which marks the first time Brooks’ music will be available 24/7 in one place, on radio or online, will be curated and presented by Brooks. The channel will feature music from America’s best-selling solo artist of all time, spanning four decades, along with songs from the artists that influenced his iconic career as well as his hand-picked favorites by contemporary performers he admires.

SiriusXM’s The Garth Channel will also include regularly hosted shows and behind-the-scenes commentary from Brooks, guest DJ specials hosted by his fans and friends, live concert recordings and other rarities from Brooks’ treasured archives. SiriusXM subscribers who have had an account since July 11 will have the opportunity to enter to win tickets to the concert through SiriusXM.

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