Brooks becomes the "Rodeo Man"
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Brooks becomes the "Rodeo Man"

Thursday, November 2, 2023 – Days after announcing his 14th studio album, "Time Traveler," Garth Brooks is set to release his new single, "Rodeo Man," with Ronnie Dunn on Monday.

The new single was written by Dunn and Phil O'Donnell and takes listeners on a ride for the day in the life of a "Rodeo Man."

The song will be included on Brooks' upcoming "Time Traveler" album, produced by Brooks. The 10-track album will be included in Brooks' new seven-disc boxed set, "The Limited Series," which will also include "Man Against Machine," "Gunslinger," "Fun" and the three- disc "Triple Live." The "Limited Series" will be on sale exclusively at Bass Pro Shops on Friday, November 7. This is the third and final release of "The Limited Series." The previous two were released in 1998 and 2005.

The album release comes ahead of his residency at The Coliseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegads and the opening of his Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk Dive Bar on Broadway in Nashville. To celebrate its grand opening, Brooks will be hosting a concert on Nov. 24,) which will be the first opportunity for fans to get in the bar. The only way into the concert will be to win tickets by listening to The BIG 615 station on TuneIn.

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