GARTH ON TOUR FOR TV CONCERT SERIES

Just last year, Garth Brooks announced that he would not be going on tour any longer -- until CBS-TV made him an offer too good to pass up.

"I announced last year that I wouldn't be touring again," says Garth. "CBS has given me an opportunity to take the music to the people in a new way, to have the fun of performing it live, and do it in such a way that I don't have to be away from home for long periods of time. It's going to be fun."

"Garth Brooks: Coast to Coast Live" will start with a segment from his November 14th show at The Forum in Los Angeles, and will continue for three Wednesday nights in a row.

Each show will feature a different cast of guest stars, will originate from a different city, and feature songs from his new album, "Scarecrow" as well as all the old Garth favorites.

On November 21 in Norfolk, Virginia, Garth welcomes the men and women who served on the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise as they return home from the Middle East.

Garth's November 28 show venue and details have not yet been announced.

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