Just in time for the holidays, Garth Brooks releases a new boxed set. Titled, “Blame It All On My Roots,” the set will feature songs from country to classic rock that have influenced Garth. Click to check out a remake of ‘After The Fire Is Gone’ a duet with his wife Trisha Yearwood.
The boxed set is a collection of songs that Garth performed during his 4 year run at The Wynn in Las Vegas. Selecting songs that had inspired him growing up. One of those songs was the Conway Twitty – Loretta Lynn duet ‘After The Fire Is Gone.’ And his wife Trisha Yearwood made the perfect duet partner. Giver the song a listen below and tell us what you think.
Included in the boxed set, Blame It All On My Roots:
• Eight discs total, six CDs and two DVDs,over seven hours of entertainment including
77 songs and a new photo booklet
• Four new studio albums that include 44 cover songs from Garth’s time at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas that span genres including Classic Country, Classic Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul and Melting Pot.
• A two hour DVD of Garth’s Wynn performance.
• Two CDs containing 33 songs from The Ultimate Hits (plus the bonus track, “Leave A Light On”) and a DVD with music videos for the 33 song tracks.
• The boxed set retails for $24.96 and is available exclusively at Wal-Mart, SAM’S CLUB and Walmart.com
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