I wouldn't trade a thing. Even the troubles that I had. I have become the husband and mate to my wife that I have because of what I went through, including the bad times. I wouldn't trade that.

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

Profession: Singer
Nationality: American

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Why I got into music was James Taylor, so to see him be a real down-to-earth guy that's unbelievably talented... then to hear him sing those lyrics of 'What I'm Thankful For,' which is a song Ms. Yearwood and I got to write together, that was definitely a highlight of my recording life.

Just keep taking chances and having fun.

I believe in the 'Wal-Mart' school of business. The less people pay, the more they enjoy it.

I wouldn't mind producing a movie with a music storyline, but acting in one is too close to home.

As a kid, before I could play music, I remember baseball being the one thing that could always make me happy.

I'd love to play a villain in a movie, the kind of bad guy you would never think of me being able to play. Like most people, I have a darker side I'd like to explore onscreen.

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

It would have been fun to have played Tim Robbins' role in Bull Durham.

When I went to see Kansas and Queen and Styx, I don't even remember the music. But I know what I saw.

Whatever I do, I hope it's quality, I hope it's something that's class.

Country music is what is sincere; that's the main thing.

I don't know of too many double Christmas albums, so it is something that's new, and hopefully will be fun, and there's plenty of stuff out there to cut.

I just wake up and say, "You're a bum, go do something worthwhile today.".

If you're true to yourself, you just do what you do.