Brooks goes "All Day Long"
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
– Garth Brooks released a surprise new single today, "All Day Long," from a forthcoming album slated for 2019.
Brooks, who helped write the song said to be a honky tonker, also plans "an imminent tour," although there was no word on when that would happen.
Co-written by Brooks, the track evokes Brooks sing-a-longs. He also released an exclusive bonus track, "The Road I'm On," for those pre-ordering the disc. The song will open the tour.
"From the very first lick, this song is a party," said Brooks on his live online broadcast "Inside Studio B" last night. "Country radio, uptempo honky-tonk and summer go soooooooo good together," he said.
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