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    Please PLEASE HELP! Garth project for Mass Media Class, Due Thursday!

    Hey Guys! I used to post here regularly awhile ago, but I forgot my old username. Glad to see everyone's still keeping up with Garth!

    Okay, down to business. I have this impossible professor for my Mass media class in college. He assigned us a project on our favorite music artist, which sounds like fun, but some of these questions are impossible to find. I just thought of y'all when i was trying to answer some of these questions, and I know you can help.

    Here are the questions, any answers or info on where to go to find the answers would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!! Also can you please tell me what website you got the info from, that's required. I know some of them I just need a little help. Think of it as a big trivia contest!

    THANKS GUYS SO SO SO MUCH!!

    1. record label Garth started with? was it Capitol?
    2. why he left, if he did
    3. estimated annual earnings or how much he's worth
    4. how did he get his start - first big break - was it the bluebird cafe?
    5. current industry status (i know, retired, but how are his albums/singles doing?)
    6. all number 1's and on what charts
    7. involved in convergence? been in movies, TV, comercials?
    okay i know all about The Lamb, televised concerts, Dr Pepper commericals, but how do i cite this? is there a documented source?
    8. to whom are his songs targeted?
    9. what radio formats are we likely to hear his songs?
    10. i need a playlist from ANY country station in the nation with Garth on it
    11. what techniques is his website (planetgarth) using to get people to buy albums and merchandise?
    12. info on producers (allen reynolds.. who else?) and also, what does a producer do exactly?

    okay - that's pretty much it!! any replies can be posted here or e-mailed to me directly at meredithlee26@earthlink.net. THANKS EVERYONE SO MUCH, AGAIN! i look forward to your generous responses

    ~*Meredith

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    1. record label Garth started with? was it Capitol?
    - Yes

    2. why he left, if he did
    - Never left Capitol.. still on it.

    3. estimated annual earnings or how much he's worth
    - he's worth about $500 Million

    4. how did he get his start - first big break - was it the bluebird cafe?
    - Yes it was.

    5. current industry status (i know, retired, but how are his albums/singles doing?)
    - 104 Million sold.. only had one single ever released. "Lost In You" sold 500,000 copies. (Largest Selling Solo Artist Ever. Artist of the century, and of the Decade(90s))

    6. all number 1's and on what charts
    - That could take time.. search the net you'll find it

    7. involved in convergence? been in movies, TV, comercials?
    okay i know all about The Lamb, televised concerts, Dr Pepper
    commericals, but how do i cite this? is there a documented source?
    - Never was in a movie yet... Dr. Pepper was his ONLY commercial.
    Had cameos in "Mad About You" and "Empty Nest."

    8. to whom are his songs targeted?
    - Anyone that wants to listen

    9. what radio formats are we likely to hear his songs?
    - Just about any.. Country, Rock, Pop.. usually.

    10. i need a playlist from ANY country station in the nation with Garth on it
    - Check radio websites for that.

    11. what techniques is his website (planetgarth) using to get people to buy albums and merchandise?
    - This is not 'his website' Garth has no official website. This is a fan website. Garth has always said he's not 'cool enough' to have his own official site.

    12. info on producers (allen reynolds.. who else?) and also, what does a producer do exactly?
    - Country.. it was only Alan. The Gaines project it was Don Was.
    A producer is what sets up the album.. from the music recordings to what order the songs will be on the album.

    Good luck Meredith

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    Chris gaines - thanks so much for all that! a couple more things - i've checked a bunch of radio websites for playlists - they just don't post them, and if they do then it's like the top 10 of the week or something and obviously garth's not on that.. do you think i would be able to get one by calling my local radio station? if anyone knows of a radio station that posts their playlists that includes Garth, i would LOVE a link!

    also - all of garth's #1's.. is that on this website somewhere? or maybe billboard.com...

    one more thing - i have to cite all of this info, so do you think i should just cite www.planetgarth.com as his official website, and where i got all this info?

    even though my mass media professor seems to think i have all the time in the world to research this, i DO have other classes and other research and other exams to prepare for, so this help from all of y'all is MUCH appreciated.

    ~*meredith

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    PlanetGarth is *NOT* an official website for Garth Brooks. It won't be proper to cite it as such. It's an UNOFFICIAL website. but you can cite it as where you got the info.. cause most of it.. I typed from my head.. I didn't search of it.. so credit PG is fine

    And your welcome.

    Call Radio.. if you say it's for a project maybe they will fax you a playlist.

    Most Garth's #1's are listed on www.roughstock.com then click on the "Garth Museum link.. in the text of each album it tells what songs was number one.

    Jason

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    Ahh, Jason you are my Garth guardian angel

    roughstock.com is perfect, just what i needed!

    now if i can only get the radio playlists, all will be well!

    Thank you a thousand times.

    ~*Meredith

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    here's a playlist from OUTSIDE the USA.. LOL...

    Wonder if it will do? It's got Garth & Trisha

    http://www.twangtownusa.com/wwwboard/messages/1027.htm

    Jason

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    Also ProducerJ (here on PG) is in radio.. maybe she can email you a copy of one?

    Send her a Private Message. She'll reply.. since she hasn't seen this post yet...

    Jason

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    Jason - I just e-mailed my professor and asked about the playlist from Scotland. I have a feeling he'll accept it, but you never know. Hopefully I'll hear back from him soon. I private messaged ProducerJ just in case.

    Once again, you are a savior. A million thanks. It's so wonderful to know that Garth fans can and will help each other out like this. If you ever need anything that I might be of assistance to, feel free to let me know!

    ~*Meredith*~

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    You're welcome as always Meredith

    You need to come back when ya get it back and tell us what you got on it

    Jason

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    Good news! The playlist from Scotland is acceptable. Yesss!

    I'm almost done, I just have to write about the techniques used to sell merchandise, then find an artist that's like Garth at an independent music website and compare them, and then write about Allen Reynolds.

    Then it's on to my Westen Civ essay - gotta love college when EVERYTHING's due on the same day!

    I'm getting through it though, but I couldn't have done it without this help. I'm not even sure if this is going to be graded, my professor's funny about that, but if it is I'll definitely report back!

    ~*Meredith

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    This is probably too late to help you, and since the Scotland playlist will be accepted, you don't need it, but my radio station lists the last 20 or so songs they play on their website at http://www.wklb.com/previous.php. Right now, there is a Garth song on the list (Rodeo) that was played about 45 minutes ago.

    Good luck on your project!

    Paula

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    Who put their own dreams on the shelf
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    Geez Jason, you're like a Garth encyclopedia.....I mean that in a good way

    Good luck on the project Meredith
    -Susan-

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    Good heavens, when did you get this assignment? LOL

    I have playlists from XM 15 when Wrapped Up in You was on the chart I think..... or at least Squeeze Me In or Some Things Never Change. Let me know if you want me to send one.'

    I don't know if you got all of the info you need on his singles and TV shows, but Monica has this AMAZING biography / career milestones thing she compiled on Garth that Daddy Sugarbritches has yet to put up, but she could probably find all of that if she's on tonight.

    Good luck! It's a cool assignment.
    J.

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    couldn't you also use TIGB, TIGB too, and his concert specials, as well as anything else he di on tv, including his recent Inside Fame thingy.. as being on tv.. seems to me that'd be the right answer..

    good luck

    god and peace,
    Vanessa

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    Don't know if I can fit this all here or not but I'll try:

    Note: This was compiled by Karen Byrd, Garth's PR Manager. This list will not be completely up to date.

    Garth’s Career Milestones



    • Garth Brooks is the top-selling solo artist of the century according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). With sales over 95.5 million albums resulting in certification of over 105 million since 1989, Garth is the top artist of the decade and the fastest-selling album artist in RIAA history. He is also the only solo artist in RIAA history to have 4 albums top the 10 million mark.


    • Garth’s U.S. album certifications by the RIAA are as follows:
    o Garth Brooks (1989) 9 million
    o No Fences (1990) 16 million
    o Ropin’ The Wind (1991) 14 million
    o The Chase (1992) 8 million
    o Beyond The Season(1992) 3 million
    o In Pieces (1993) 8 million
    o The Hits (1994) 10 million
    o The Garth Brooks Collection 3 million
    o Fresh Horses (1995) 6 million
    o Sevens (1997) 7 million
    o Double Live (1998) 15 million
    o In The Life of Chris Gaines (1999) 2 million
    o Garth Brooks & The Magic of Christmas(1999) 1 million
    o Scarecrow(2001) 3 million

    TOTAL: 105 million

    • Garth has received the RIAA’s Diamond Award, for albums selling over 10 million units in the U.S., for four titles: No Fences, Ropin’ The Wind, The Hits and Double Live.

    • The original Garth Brooks album quietly shipped less than 20,000 records at the start. This 1989 release contains Garth’s first #1 song, ‘ If Tomorrow Never Comes” and Garth’s favorite song he has ever recorded, “ The Dance”. This self titled debut album peaked at #2. Its successor, No Fences was #1 at the time. This album is closing in on becoming Garth’s fifth album to sell 10 million copies.

    • No Fences was Garth’s first number one album and his first album to sell more than 10 million copies. To date, No Fences is Garth’s biggest selling album.

    • Ropin’ The Wind was the first album ever to debut at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and the Billboard Country Album Chart. The Chase and In Pieces were the second and third albums in music history to do so. Sevens and Double Live also accomplished this feat.

    • Capitol Records shipped 5 million copies of The Chase. At the time, it was the larges initial shipment in music history.

    • In Pieces was recorded during Garth’s first headlining tour, which is why “ Ain’t Goin’ Down (Till The Sun Comes Up)” “Standing Outside The Fire” and “Callin’ Baton Rouge” reflect more of the live show rather than the studio feel of the first four albums.

    • Fresh Horses had the biggest first week sales of any previous Garth album, nearly half a million copies. After the first week of its release eight of the ten songs on the album appeared on the country singles chart…another first in music history.

    • Sevens was released in November 1997 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and Country Albums chard with first week sales of 896,932. This was the top-selling debut week of any album released in 1997. Sevens topped the Top 200 chart for a total of 7 weeks and the Country chart for 13 weeks.

    • Garth Brooks has taken 25 singles to the #1 position on the country charts.

    • Brooks released a boxed set, The Limited Series ( so named because only 2 million units were produced) on May 5, 1998. The set contained his first 6 multi-platinum studio releases~Garth Brooks, No Fences, Ropin’ The Wind, The Chase, In Pieces and Fresh Horses~ as well as a new bonus track on each CD, for a total of 66 cuts and over three hours of music. Due to its success, Brooks is the first artist to debut at #1 on two charts with a boxed set. It topped the Billboard Country chart and was the first boxed set to reach #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart since the inception of Soundscan in 1991. First week sales for the set were 372,410 units, a record for first week sales of any boxed set in the Soundscan era. ( The only other artist to debut at #1 with a boxed set was Bruce Springsteen, in 1986.) The collection has sold 2 million units, resulting in the RIAA certifying each album contained in The Limited Series for an additional 2 million copies.

    • Garth Brooks Double Live is the best-selling live album in music history. When it was released on November 17, 1998 it set an all-time record for the Soundscan era by selling 1,085,373 copies in its first week. It was not only a record for first week sales, but for any one-week sales period by any artist. Featuring 25 cuts and over 100 minutes of music, including 3 new songs, Double Live stayed at the top of the Billboard Top 200 chart for 5 weeks.

    • Garth placed three albums at the top of the Billboard Top 200 chart in 1998~ Sevens, The Limited Series and Double Live. He was the first artist to accomplish this feat since Elton John in 1975.

    • Garth was #1 on the 1998 Los Angeles Times Calendar Ultimate Top 10 of Music, a tally that combines album sales and concert grosses.

    • During Garth’s 1996-1998 concert tour, he played 350 shows in 100 cities, selling over 5.3 million tickets. In 1996, he sold over 1.8 million tickets, more than any other touring act that year. He sold out practically every show on the tour, playing multiple shows in each city and consistently breaking venue attendance records set by the likes of Elvis Presley, The Grateful Dead, Elton John and Neil Diamond. Amusement Business states it was easily the top country music tour of all time and likely the biggest arena tour ever.

    • On August 7, 1997, Garth drew the largest crowd ever to attend a concert in New York’s Central Park. Garth Live From Central Park, airing on HBO, was the highest rated original program on HBO in 1997, as well as the most watched special on cable television in 1997, drawing 14.6 million television viewers. The special beat all broadcast competition in the time period as well as 2 of the 4 networks combined. It earned a 15.2 rating/25 share in HBO homes. Ratings continued to rise throughout the evening, peaking at a 19.1 rating/29 share in the last 15 minutes of the concert. ( Rating information based on Nielson) Garth Live From Central Park was nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Music Program and Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special.

    • Garth has received every accolade the recording industry can bestow on an artist, including: 2 Grammys, 16 American Music Awards, 11 Country Music Association Awards, 18 Academy of Country Music Awards, 5 World Music Awards, 12 peoples Choice Awards and 24 Billboard Music Awards (more than any other artist). He was named the Artist of the 90’s at the 1997 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, received the Artist Achievement Award an the 1997 Billboard Music Awards and was named the Artist of the Decade at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 1999 and at the American Music Awards in 2000.

    • Garth also received a nomination, with co-writer Jenny Yates, for Best Original Song at the 2001 Golden Globe Awards. The nomination was for “When You Come Back to Me Again” a song they wrote and Garth recorded for the New Line Cinemas feature Frequency. From the beginning of the project, it was determined that the song would not be included in a film soundtrack and would not be released as a single to promote the film. I was written and recorded solely to underscore the movie’s emotional impact. Later, it would make its way to Garth’s final studio album Scarecrow.

    • Garth has sung on album by Pat Alger, Charlie Daniels, Helen Darling, Stephanie Davis, George Jones, A KISS tribute LP, Chris LeDoux, Martina McBride, Eddie Murphy, Victoria Shaw, Trisha Yearwood, and Asleep at the Wheel’s Tribute to Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys.

    • Garth co-wrote “Walk Outside The Lines”( the title cut/first single from the 1993 Marshall Tucker Band album) and “ Like We Never Had A Broken Heart” ( a hit single for Trisha Yearwood). Additionally, Trisha recorded “Victim of The Game”. “What’cha Gonna Do with a Cowboy” was co-written by Garth and released as a duet single with Chris LeDoux. Chris also recorded Garth’s song, “Slow Down”. Crystal Gayle recorded “What He’s Doing Now”. Barry Manilow recorded “If Tomorrow Never Comes” and Tanya Tucker recorded “The Thunder Rolls”.

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    Here is a list of Garth's Awards and Achievements

    As compiled by Karen Byrd, PR Manager


    Awards and Achievements


    1990

    ACM – Entertainer of the Year
    ACM – Top Male Vocalist
    ACM – Album of the Year – No Fences
    ACM – Single of the Year – Friends in Low Places
    ACM – Video of the Year - The Dance

    CMA - Horizon Award
    CMA – Music Video of The Year

    The Nashville Songwriter’s Association Award – Song of the Year

    UK’s Country Music People Award – Top International- Single of the Year.

    Mayor Jim Blankenship proclaims Garth Brooks Day in Yukon, OK on December 12th.


    1991

    ACM - Entertainer of the Year
    ACM - Top Male Vocalist
    American Music Awards - Favorite Single
    Billboard Top 200 Album Artist
    Billboard Top Country Album Artist
    Billboard Top Pop Album Artist
    Billboard Top Country Singles Artist
    CMA Entertainer of the Year
    CMA Album of the Year
    CMA Single of the Year
    CMA Music Video of the Year
    Juno Award Foreign Entertainer of the Year
    NARM Best Selling Artist
    NARM Best Selling Record
    NARM Best Selling Recording by a Male Artist
    NARM Best Selling Country Music Recording by a Male Artist
    Best Selling Music Video- Garth Brooks
    Radio and Records Performer of the Year
    Radio and Records Male Vocalist of the Year
    Radio and Records Best Single
    Radio and Records Best Album
    The Netherlands Grammy: Best Country Album
    TNN/Music City News Video of the Year
    TNN/Music City News Songwriting
    United States Grammy: Best Male Country Vocal Performance

    1992

    ACM Entertainer of the Year
    ACM Favorite Male Artist
    AMC Special Achievement Award
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist
    American Music Awards Favorite Album
    American Music Awards Favorite Single
    ASCAP Award – Songwriter of the Year
    ASCAP Award – Voice of Music Award
    Billboard Pop Album Artist
    Billboard 200 Album
    Billboard 200 Album Artist
    Billboard Country Artist
    Billboard Hot Country Singles Artist
    Billboard Country Album
    Billboard Country Album Artist
    CMA Entertainer of the Year
    CMA Album of the Year
    TNN/Music City News Entertainer of the Year

    1993

    ASCAP Songwriter of the Year
    ACM Entertainer of the Year
    ACM Video of the Year
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist
    Billboard Pop Artist
    Billboard 200 Album Artist
    Billboard Country Artist
    Billboard Country Album Artist
    Billboard Hot Country Singles Artist
    CMA Vocal Event of the Year
    People’s Choice Award- Favorite Male Vocalist




    1994

    ASCAP Songwriter of the Year
    ACM Jim Reeves Memorial Award
    ACM Video of the Year
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Vocalist
    Billboard Country Album Artist
    Billboard Country Male Artist
    People’s Choice Award Favorite Male Vocalist

    1995

    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist
    The Hollywood Walk of Fame- June 30, 1995
    People’s Choice Award Favorite Male Vocalist

    1996

    American Music Awards Favorite Album
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist

    1997

    ACM Entertainer of the Year
    ACM Favorite Male Country Artist
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist
    Billboard Special Achievement in Music Award
    CMA Entertainer of the Year
    Garth Brooks Day- Proclaimed by Mayor Rudy Guilani, August 7, 1997
    People’s Choice Award Favorite Male Country Vocalist

    1998

    ACM Entertainer of the Year
    ACM Special Achievement Award
    American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist
    Billboard Male Album of the Year
    Billboard Country Album of the Year
    Billboard Country Singles Artist of the Year
    Billboard Country Albums Artist of the Year
    Billboard Male Albums Artist of the Year
    Blockbuster Award Top Recording Artist of the Year
    CMA Entertainer of the Year
    People’s Choice Award Favorite Male Artist

    1999

    ACM Artist of the Decade
    American Music Award Favorite Male Artist
    American Music Award Favorite Album
    ASCAP Founders Award
    Blockbuster Award Artist of the Decade for 1990’s
    People’s Choice Award: Favorite Male Vocalist

    2000
    American Music Award Artist of the Decade
    American Music Award Favorite Male Country Artist
    American Music Award Favorite Country Album
    Inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame- June 23, 2000
    Certified by RIAA- 100 Million in Sales- Top Selling Solo Artist


    2001

    ASCAP Golden Note Award- Sept 11, 2001 (postponed)


    2002

    ASCAP Golden Note Award – March 12, 2002
    Songwriter’s Hall of Fame- Hitmaker Award
    American Music Awards- Award of Merit
    People’s Choice Awards- Favorite Male Vocalist

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    Merideth...

    Mechandise was both sold at concerts AND with Catalogs.

    and there is a catalog website for Garth too... but the store is closed.

    www.garthstore.com

    If that helps some

    Jason

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    They had the store too for awhile for merchandise.


    allison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allisonv7
    They had the store too for awhile for merchandise.


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    Yep.. In Nashville.... least it lasted a few years...

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    Hey everyone! I just want to thank all of y'all who replied later yesterday and last night. I finished my project around 9 last night, and turned it in today and made a mini-presentation where I played Cd 1 of Double Live and talked about why I like Garth and why he's so popular and what his concerts are like, etc. I think it went well! Everyone was impressed by how much he's sold and everything, of course!

    I think I was the only one who found an answer to the question about earnings/worth. So that's good!

    I was talking to some friends in the class and I mentioned I got a lot of help from one of Garth's message boards and she said she also posted on a message board about her artist and no one helped. That made me so thankful for all of y'all!

    The one time I went to Nashville, in 2001, I searched for the Garth Store and asked so many people and finally got the news that it was closed. I was so freaking disappointed, it was like one of the major things I was looking forward to in Nashville! Does anyone know why it closed?

    Once again, a trillion thanks to all of y'all who offered help! Y'all are wonderful and Garth would be so proud! I'll let everyone know when and if I get a grade back.

    ~*Meredith*~

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    Awesome Meredith!

    The Garth Store closed because Garth had moved on from the role of music to be a father. They was going to re-open the website for Scarecrow sales, but I guess desided against it.

    But it closed well before 2001, I'm thinking in 1999 or so.

    Congrats again!!

    Jason
    PS .. if I'm ever in SC ya owe me a dinner haha I'm just kidding!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Gaines
    The Garth Store closed because Garth had moved on from the role of music to be a father. They was going to re-open the website for Scarecrow sales, but I guess desided against it.

    I was told all the Scarecrow merchandise sold out at the three Coast to Coast concerts so that may be why the Garth Store didn't open back up - there was nothing left to sell.

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    Well I know Jen and I attended a charity event a few months after Coast to Coast and Garth had donated a ton of shirts and hats, including a bunch of Scarecrow ones, that they sold for charity.

    And the thing about t-shirts is... you can always make more. Did he not think we'd buy them? I mean really, if you've ever checked out the ridiculous prices people buy GB shirts for on Ebay, you know the demand is there. I'm guessing they just didn't want to deal with it... he'd moved on.

    But that's just my guess.
    J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monica Lockhart
    Don't know if I can fit this all here or not but I'll try:

    Note: This was compiled by Karen Byrd, Garth's PR Manager. This list will not be completely up to date.
    Those are quite the lists! Thanks Karen and Monica.

    Paula

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProducerJ
    Well I know Jen and I attended a charity event a few months after Coast to Coast and Garth had donated a ton of shirts and hats, including a bunch of Scarecrow ones, that they sold for charity.

    And the thing about t-shirts is... you can always make more. Did he not think we'd buy them? I mean really, if you've ever checked out the ridiculous prices people buy GB shirts for on Ebay, you know the demand is there. I'm guessing they just didn't want to deal with it... he'd moved on.

    But that's just my guess.
    J.
    exactly Joyce... they had TONS of left overs!
    in many sizes... I too think they just didn't wanna mess with it.. I'm sure it's all in Garth's Barn.. somewhere with everything else he saves.. lol

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    Joyce - Some Things Never Change? Never heard of that one.

    Monica - HOLY CRAP! And that list is not complete?!

    Meredith - So, what's the answer to the question about earnings/worth?

    Krystal

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    Rooster read my 1st post.

    Net worth is 500 Million.

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    Some Things Never Change is the duet with Chris LeDoux that was on Chris's last album. It's my FAVORITE Garth duet ever. Don't know why Capitol didn't release it as a single, but we played it anyway.
    J.

    you can hear a clip here that's entirely Garth singing... its a great song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProducerJ
    Some Things Never Change is the duet with Chris LeDoux that was on Chris's last album. It's my FAVORITE Garth duet ever. Don't know why Capitol didn't release it as a single, but we played it anyway.
    J.

    [i]you can hear a clip here that's entirely Garth singing... its a great song.
    Just finxin ya link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Gaines
    Rooster read my 1st post.
    Missed that... sorry. Thanks.

    Joyce, thanks... know the name of the album?

    Krystal (who is now itching to leave work to go find this album)

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