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Garth Brooks Launches Digital Music Service

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Now we know why GARTH BROOKS refused to make his music available digitally.  Yesterday he announced that he’s partnered with a brand new music service called GhostTunes.

 It’s similar to Spotify and iTunes in that it’s an online store where you can buy music from tons of artists in all genres.  Over seven million songs are currently available.  For Garth, the most important thing is that it gives the artist more power.

 They can choose HOW their music is offered, whether it’s by album, single, multi-album bundle or whatever.  Obviously, it’s the only place you can buy Garth’s digital music.

 And he’s launching it with a sweet offer:  For a limited time you can buy a Garth “digital bundle” for $29.99.  It includes ALL EIGHT of his studio albums, his “Double Live 25th Anniversary” edition, his NEXT two albums, and the obligatory “extras.”

 Here’s Garth explaining why he did it his way:  Quote, “When I decided it was time to ‘go digital.’  I didn’t find an existing way that really fit how I wanted to do it.  I shared my dream with some amazing minds and together have created something really special.

“This is a site that treats music with the utmost respect, where our job every day is to offer music the way the artists want to share it to the listeners who live for and love it.”  You can check it out by logging onto


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