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Garth remains one of the few artists that does not support selling or streaming his music via Apple Music and Spotify. This evolved to a broader conversation about the way digital music providers are not fairly compensating the singers and songwriters who compose it. Trust me. Songwriters are hurting. So, I applaud Miss Taylor and I applaud everyone for standing up for the songwriters, because without them, music is nothing. Even though Garth does not have a YouTube channel, fans and media organizations have uploaded over , of his music videos, live performances and interviews to YouTube. They were all fired up.
But it's not the streaming service that's in his line of fire. It's YouTube. And Brooks doesn't mince words when sharing his opinion, either.
His three-year arena run, which started Sept. Following a hiatus that lasted over a decade, Brooks returned to the road to pent-up demand, playing up to 11 shows in some cities, and averaging 80, tickets per town. Hinting at new deals to be made and new fields to be conquered, Brooks has plans that will take him into In an expansive interview with Billboard , Brooks seems to have total recall of every show on the tour, and of nearly every fan.