Garth Brooks Announces ‘Triple Live’ Album

Garth Brooks has announced a new album, Triple Live, and is making a limited number available to download for free tonight (Monday, Aug. 27) via a special download code available exclusively through Ticketmaster.

For the three and a half year Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood, Garth brought his classic music to fans. With the album’s Fan Mix, listeners will be able to choose, by adjusting speaker or headphone settings, to listen as if they were sitting in the middle of thousands of other fans, or on the stage, hearing the concert as the band does each night.

The download code for the album will be released on Garth’s Facebook page tonight at 7 p.m. ET. Fans will have to tune in to “Inside Studio G,” Garth’s weekly Facebook live series, where he will reveal the download code live during the show. Fans will then be able to download the album from ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks. The album can only be downloaded onto a desktop or laptop computer.

Garth’s first live record was his two disc album, Double Live, recorded during the 1996-1998 World Tour. It’s the No. 1 selling live album in history, with 21 million albums sold, certified by the RIAA.

In addition to unlimited streaming, Garth’s albums and songs are available for purchase and digital download on Amazon Music.

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