Garth Brooks has been announced to perform a very special live show as part of the lineup for the 2019 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville.

The country megastar will take the stage at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Feb. 13, to recreate the intimate one-man show that was hugely successful in Las Vegas for several years exclusively for CRS 2019 badge holders. The show is set to take place immediately following the Amazon Music Presents: Country Heat at CRS showcase, which starts at 6PM CT.

Brooks will also participate in a special Q&A with Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music, on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 10AM CT as part of the panels and seminars at CRS, which brings together artists, country radio programmers and journalists every year in Nashville for three days of events, interviews and showcases that help determine much of the agenda for the year in country music. Billboard’s West Coast Editor, Melinda Newman, will moderate that conversation. Brooks has an exclusive agreement with Amazon Music Unlimited for streaming rights to his music, after years of holding his songs out of the digital marketplace.

Brooks recently announced that his upcoming new studio will be titled Fun, and while there are currently few details about the project, Fun is now available for pre-order. Brooks has already given his fans a glimpse of the project in the form of two new songs, "All Day Long" and "Stronger Than Me."

The superstar is scheduled to kick off his 2019 stadium tour on March 9 with a show at Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, and he is also planning to cut a live duets album with his wife, Trisha Yearwood.

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