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Garth’s Comeback Event In Ireland Just Got Bigger
Garth’s Comeback Event In Ireland Just Got Bigger

Garth Brooks has added a fourth show to his comeback event in Ireland.  It was originally scheduled for two nights but those shows sold out in 90 minutes so they added a third and eventually, a fourth.  Garth’s comeback event runs July 25-28.

Blake Shelton is a little frustrated with Garth because he doesn’t sell his music on iTunes.  Garth doesn’t like the fact that fans can buy singles.  He believes if you’re only buying the popular songs you’re missing out on other great songs on the album and that’s also hurting the songwriters.  I’m guessing Blake’s Twitter plea probably won’t change things.

Blake Shelton will join Jay Leno tonight as he wraps up his time on the tonight show.  Garth will appear tomorrow night on Jay’s final show and Jimmy Fallon takes over February 17th. I can’t wait!!

Pop star, Katy Perry recently hit 50 million followers on Twitter making her the most followed celeb.  Just one country star in the top 10 and that’s Taylor Swift.  She has 38.8 million followers.

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