Garth Brooks has announced the first southern stop on "The Garth Brooks World Tour" and it's in Atlanta. It will be the first time Garth has played Atlanta in 18 years. The concert will be Friday, September 19 (Trisha Yearwood's birthday) at 6:30 PM at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Tickets will be on sale Friday, August 8 at 10:00 AM EST. There will be a six ticket limit per purchase. They can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com, 1-800-745-3000 or Ticketmaster Express 1-866-448-7849. The price of tickets for this show will cost $56.94 plus $4.56 tax, a $4.00 facility fee and a $6.00 service charge, totaling $71.50.
Brad Paisley has announced the track listing for his August 25 album release, Moonshine in the Trunk. The album, co-produced by Paisley and Luke Wooten, sports a 14-song track listing with 13 songs written or co-written by Brad himself. With the album release less than a month away, Paisley decided to have some fun with his fans (and his record label!) with a succession of weekend tweets and song previews from @BradPaisley that began with the message, "I'm going rogue. The label doesn’t know I’m doing this. Seriously. But I made a Moonshine Preview teaser. Don’t tell," and continued through the weekend with more music previews and more commentary from Paisley, including, "I really do love my record label. Especially for puttin’ up with my $h@t. But I love ya’ll even more. Ha! Priorities," and "Someone just asked if the label really didn’t know I was gonna post this clip tonight. They really & truly didn’t know."
Jason Aldean’s just-released lead single "Burnin' It Down" exploded into the top selling spot in the country tallying 183,672 total digital sales. With a total of 135 stations onboard, the lead single from his upcoming sixth studio album for Broken Bow Records also received the most first-week radio adds of any single in Aldean’s career. Aldean will round out the successful run of hi "Burn It Down Tour" with his upcoming performance this weekend at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.