Garth Brooks‘ “Rodeo Man” collaboration with Ronnie Dunn is out! The song, available exclusively on Amazon, is from his Time Traveler album, released on Monday, November 6, as part of Brooks’ seven-disc boxed set, The Limited Series, which also includes Man Against Machine, Gunslinger, Fun, and the three-disc Triple Live.
Brooks shared part of the song on social media.
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The 61-year-old says The Limited Series, available only at Bass Pro Shops, will be the final boxed set he ever releases.
“This is the last one of our career,” Brooks said on social media. “Always is a great time to catch up on past music at a real affordable price. The difference between this one is, new music in this box, for the first time ever. This is Time Traveler. It’s gonna cover every era of country music. But no matter which era it is, it’s all Garth music.”
Brooks previously said thatTime Traveler was his way of capturing music from a lot of diverse decades in country music.
“There are a lot of different eras on this album, thus the name,” Brooks said. “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 new music comes only a few weeks before the grand opening of his Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk, located at 411 Broadway, scheduled for Friday, November 24. The Country Music Hall of Fame member will headline the first-ever Black Friday Amazon Music Live (AML) special on November 24, livestreaming from the grand opening celebration.
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“What’s about to happen I’ll remember the rest of my career,” Brooks boasted. “We’re teaming up with Amazon to play the first-ever Black Friday concert, after the first-ever Black Friday football game. But you’re also walking into the first time anybody is ever going to see inside the very first Friends in Low places Honky-Tonk. This ought to be epic.
“If you want to see chaos and love and all the joy and smile all happen at once, just sweaty, and way too close quarters, you have to tune in to this thing,” he added. “And my thing is, even if you’re watching, if you’re coming, wear a helmet. It’s the kind of night it’s gonna be.”
The only way to attend the grand opening of the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk is by winning tickets on The BIG 615 radio station on TuneIn.
“How do you open a Friends in Low Places bar???” Brooks said when the event was announced. “With a Garth concert! This is going to be off the chain. Black Friday, brand new bar, in the home of Country Music…Hollywood couldn’t write a better script. I can NOT wait!”