Garth Brooks is calling his new album Man Against Machine. The disc is the country superstar's first full collection of new studio material in more than 13 years, and he says it's "a remarkable feeling to be making music again."
Garth adds that over the past 14 years he's "watched heart and soul, dreams and individualism, fighting for their very existence in a world of increasing technology." He says his new album is "a reminder to all those who dream, work, and fight for what they believe" to "not give up your vision."
Brooks' Man Against Machine, including his new single, "People Loving People," will be available November 11th.
Garth has also added another city to his tour. Tickets are now on sale for his shows in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Brooks will launch a ten-performance run at the Target Center on November 6th. The next stop on his tour is Jacksonville, Florida. Garth will play the first of his six concerts at Veterans Memorial Arena this Friday.