Garth Brooks

garthReviews:

Albums

The Ultimate Hits

Singles

“More than a Memory”

“Midnight Sun”

“Workin’ for a Livin”

Features:

Favorite Songs by Favorite Artists

Classic CMA Awards Moments: #11 (Entertainer of the Year, 1991)

Industry Honors:

Grammy Awards

  • Best Male Country Vocal Performance: Ropin’ the Wind, 1992
  • Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: “In Another’s Eyes,” (with Trisha Yearwood)1998

Country Music Association Awards

  • Horizon Award, 1990
  • Music Video: “The Dance,” 1990
  • Album: No Fences, 1991
  • Entertainer, 1991, 1992, 1997 & 1998
  • Music Video: “The Thunder Rolls,” 1991
  • Single: “Friends in Low Places,” 1991
  • Album: Ropin’ the Wind, 1992
  • Vocal Event: “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair,” 1993

Academy of Country Music Awards

  • Album: No Fences, 1991
  • Entertainer, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998 & 1999
  • Single: “Friends in Low Places,” 1991
  • Song: “The Dance,” 1991
  • Top Male Vocalist, 1991 & 1992
  • Video:  “The Dance,” 1991
  • Video: “We Shall Be Free,” 1992
  • Video: “The Red Strokes,” 1995

RIAA Certifications:

Albums

21x Platinum

  • Double Live, 1998

17x Platinum

  • No Fences, 1990

14x Platinum

  • Ropin’ the Wind, 1991

10x Platinum

  • Garth Brooks, 1989
  • The Hits, 1994
  • Sevens, 1997

9x Platinum

  • The Chase, 1992

8x Platinum

  • In Pieces, 1993

7x Platinum

  • Fresh Horses, 1995

5x Platinum

  • Scarecrow, 2001
  • The Ultimate Hits, 2007

3x Platinum

  • Beyond the Season, 1992
  • The Garth Brooks Collection, 1994
  • The Lost Sessions, 2006

2x Platinum

  • In the Life of Chris Gaines, 1998

Gold

  • The Magic of Christmas, 1999

Singles

Gold

  • “Lost in You,” 1998
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