Brooks becomes a "Time Traveler"
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Brooks becomes a "Time Traveler"

Wednesday, October 25, 2023 – Garth Brooks will release his 14th studio album, "Time Traveler" on Nov. 14.

Produced by Brooks, the 10-track album will be included in Brooks' new seven-disc boxed set, "The Limited Series."

Brooks said, "There are a lot of different eras on this album, thus the name. Country music's core is sincerity; after that, you can dress it up a thousand different ways. I am so lucky to live under the flag of country music."‍

"The Limited Series" will be on sale exclusively at Bass Pro Shops on Nov. 7. The set includes "Man Against Machine," "Gunslinger," "Fun" and the three-disc "Triple Live." This is the third and final release of "The Limited Series." The previous two were released in 1998 and 2005.

The release is timed with a dive bar concert to celebrate the opening of Brooks' Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk in Nashville. This will be the first opportunity for fans to get in the bar. The only way in to the concert is to win tickets by listening to The BIG 615 station on TuneIn.

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