Garth Brooks plans apperance at country radio event
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Garth Brooks plans apperance at country radio event

Monday, January 7, 2008 – Garth Brooks will make a special appearance at the opening session of Country Radio Braodcasters's annual gathering on Wednesday, March 5. Brooks will answer audience-submitted questions. WSIX-FM morning host Gerry House will conduct the interview and moderate the discussion.

After the interview, one CRS radio attendee will be chosen to sing a duet with Brooks on a song from the singer's record-breaking catalog.

CRB President Becky Brenner said, "We are thrilled that Garth has agreed to give our CRS attendees the opportunity to talk with one of the most amazing country artists of our time."

Big Machine and Valory Music President Scott Borchetta added, "Garth continues to support country radio and engage at the highest level."

Borchetta explained that the seeds of Brooks's CRS-39 appearance were sown during a promotional event for radio programmers called The Garth Radio Seminar (GRS). "This panel was inspired by the "GRS" experience. Keith Kaufman (WSIX program director) and CRB Agenda Committee Vice Chair) wanted to see if we could re-create the GRS opening panel. I took it to Garth, and not only was he supportive, he notched it up a level - it was his idea to have a lucky MD or PD come up and sing a song with him as the support musician. This will be a great way to kick off CRS."

Brooks released "The Ultimate Hits" in November 2007, which contained several new songs.


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