Garth Brooks Credits Being an “Old-Fashioned and Sensitive Songwriter” For His Success

In three weeks time, Garth Brooks will receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors in celebration of his incredible, three-plus-decade long career in country music. Regarding his success, to the Washington Post, he credits resurrecting “old-fashioned and sensitive singer-songwriter” sensibilities in songs like “The Thunder Rolls,” “Friends In Low Places,” and “We Shall Be Free.” He… Read more »