Garth Brooks is planning the release of two new albums on Nov. 20: his 12th studio effort, FUN, and a live album, Triple Live Deluxe.
FUN is home to 14 tracks including “Dive Bar,” his collaboration with Blake Shelton, a cover of “Shallow” with Trisha Yearwood, as well as “All Day Long” and “Stronger Than Me.” Brooks previously offered a digital-only release of seven tracks from FUN exclusively on Amazon. In November, there will be a standard edition of the album as well as a limited edition with a holographic foil cover.
The upcoming live album was recorded during the three-and-a-half year Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood, and the record shattering Stadium Tour. Triple Live Deluxe will have 30 tracks on three CDs in a slim jewel case. There will be six different album covers and each will include a booklet with photos from the road.
Brooks’ first live record was his two-disc album Double Live, recorded during the 1996-1998 World Tour. With 21 million units sold, it’s the best selling live album in history.