Garth Brooks Releasing 5-Part Anthology of His Music, Career - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Garth Brooks Releasing 5-Part Anthology of His Music, Career

The book comes with five CDs containing 52 total songs

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    FILE - Garth Brooks sings "Ain't Going Down" to open his performance at Yankee Stadium, July 8, 2016, in New York. Brooks announced on Sept. 27, 2017, that the first installment of his forthcoming five-part autobiographical book series will be released Nov. 14. The series will also include music recordings, some previously unreleased, from the country superstar.

    Garth Brooks is taking a long look back at his career in a five-part anthology series comprising of books and unreleased music, the first of which will go on sale in November.

    The country music superstar announced Wednesday that "The Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years" goes on sale Nov. 14. It promises "all the secrets, details, origins, true stories an insider would get."

    Some of those stories include background on some of Brooks' early hits, including "The Thunder Rolls," ''Friends in Low Places" and "The Dance."

    The book comes with five CDs containing 52 total songs, including 19 new, unreleased or demo versions and unreleased photos.

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    (Published Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018)

    This is the first book authored by Brooks.