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Posted: September 28, 2017

Music City Minute: Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, & Midland! 

Garth Brooks has written his autobiography, and like everything he does, it's a big deal. It's divided into five separate multi-media packages that will be released at different times. 

Each will include a hardcover book, CDs, photos, tons of behind-the-scenes stuff… and each one will have it's own two-and-a-half hour documentary.

The first package is called "Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years", and it'll be out November 14th. That one talks about how his massive hit "The Thunder Rolls" was supposed to be released by a different artist. 

It also reveals that he was very close to NOT recording two of his signature hits, "Friends in Low Places", and "The Dance"

Each package will be available in stores at a list price of $39.98.


So, I was looking up to see if Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany is having the baby anytime soon, and well she hasn’t. But I saw that Jason Aldean and his wife, the guys of Florida Georgia Line, and their wives are all in Idaho right now relaxing on a little vacay! Maybe a little pre-baby trip? They’ve been posting some cute pictures of their fun times and you can check those out on our Y100 Facebook page. 


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chillin with my boys @thubbmusic @playbkplay @russelled @justinmrusek @flagaline in Idaho on a few days off.

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Much needed trip to Idaho💕

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The guys of Midland are a modern-traditional country act, but they’re still one of the more eclectic new bands to hit country music in recent years. They’ll continue down that path by cutting a Spanish version of “Drinkin’ Problem” 

The bands main singer Mark, is from Tuscon, Arizon but used to spend a lot of time in Mexico, as he’d travel across the border with his family on Sundays to attend church service and shop at the local markets. A Spanish rendition of the track will be a natural fit for the group, who whole-heartedly embrace the Spanish culture in their own sound.

Mark says, “I speak pretty good Spanish, but to actually translate it to be correct is a little bit challenging,” So he’s having two of their friends who speak Spanish fluently are help translate the song.

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