2014 should be renamed “The Return of Garth Brooks.” The unprecedented excitement that surrounded the announcement of his comeback tour ignited fans young and old. Garth planted the idea of an unbelievable concert experience in the minds of many, and people couldn’t wait to see him back in action. Fast forward to present day and it’s quite obvious he delivered on his promise. With record-breaking crowds and multiple-day-stays in a city at a time, the overwhelming number of concert attendees is a direct reflection of just how much people love this guy.
There’s no doubt Garth is gaining steam as he takes 2015 by the horns. With his newest album sales, he now reigns as the best-selling solo album artist of all-time, moving the King of Rock & Roll himself, Elvis Presley, to #2.
So here are 15 songs that prove Garth’s still got it in 2015:
- “Ain't Goin' Down ('Til The Sun Comes Up)”
This tongue-tying tune is just as fun to attempt to sing as it is to listen to.
- “Papa Loved Mama”
Another toe-tapping rhythm that tells of quite the interesting affair.
- “The River”
Garth shows his sensitive side with this inspirational ballad.
A song that made every guy want to be a cowboy and every girl want to date one.
- “That Summer”
A sing-along summer romance full of intrigue and wonder.
- “The Thunder Rolls”
How can you not appreciate a powerful song with thunder-clapping sound affects?
- “Two Piña Coladas”
Allowing 9-5er’s everywhere to experience a vacation from their office cubicle.
- “Much too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)”
This is the song that started it all. (Blame it all on his roots!)
- “If Tomorrow Never Comes”
Another one that hits you right in the heart and makes you appreciate those you love.
- “Callin’ Baton Rouge”
One of those songs you can sing along to with the windows down.
Garth’s newest heart-wrenching single is sure to put a tear in your eye.
Basically every girl's dream.
- “Unanswered Prayers”
Another relatable, emotional love story that made Garth feel like a close friend.
- “The Dance”
The ballad of all ballads, and one of the most inspirational songs to date.
- “Friends in Low Place”
All hail the King of Karaoke bars. Who can’t help but smile at this crowd favorite?