GOLDEN GLOBE NOD FOR GARTH

Garth Brooks earned his first Golden Globe nomination on December 20th, along with co-writer Jenny Yates, for Best Original Song for their composition "When You Come Back To Me Again." Brooks also recorded the song, which enhances the emotional climax of the New Line Cinemas feature film Frequency.

"The way I judge success is by the quality of the artists and music that you are associated with," said Brooks, commenting from Tulsa where he is spending the holidays with his family. "To be mentioned in the same breath with these artists is an award in itself. I'm proud for the music, I'm proud for country music, but most of all, I'm proud for the song. It's going to be a fun ride."

From the beginning of the project, it was determined that "When You Come Back To Me Again" would not be included in a film soundtrack and would not be released as a single to promote the film. It was written and recorded solely to underscore the movie's emotional impact.

The Golden Globe Awards will be telecast on Sunday, January 21.

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