Here's my whole marketing idea: treat people the way you want to be treated.

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

Profession: Singer
Nationality: American

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People said, 'How could you walk away from music?' But being a dad - there's nothing that can touch that.

What I love about 'Midnight Train' is that it's a song about a journey, but the music actually takes you on that journey. It feels like you're moving through the whole song.

It's the sweetest thing to be a parent of a daughter. When they hit their twenties, they become these lovebugs that come back. It's just so sweet.

If I have any talent at all it's from God, and my mom, who was on Capitol Records also.

I'm much too young to feel this damn old.

I'm gonna stay an album guy. In fact, concept albums are really blowing my mind right now, because if you want to promote an album, think about it - a concept album might be the way to go.

Doing new stuff live is tough just simply because I pay my money, I stand in my seats, and I see the guys I love. And if I paid that ticket, there's a good chance that I'm there to hear the stuff that made me fall in love with 'em - we call it the 'old stuff.'

In our house, everyone's opinion is welcome. I grew up in a house where everything wasn't when it came to politics or religion.

If God came down here with the box that had the reason for living in it, I'd like to find just 2 words: The Music. That would be neat.

You aren't wealthy until you have something money can't buy.

I've been taking batting practice in my barn where nobody can see me, so I may be better than anyone thinks.

I remember in the '80s, Randy Travis was my guy. He's the reason I moved to Nashville, and I just loved him. But at some point when he was winning everything, you find yourself pulling for other people.

People aren't always themselves. They're always holding back something.

What you do on tour is you build this 'You and me against the world' thing.