Garth Brooks’ 10-disc box set Garth Brooks: The Ultimate Collection hits Target today, where the massive release is available exclusively.
Along with such hits as “Friends in Low Places,” “Rodeo” and “The Dance,” The Ultimate Collection includes a number of a live performances – a magnetic reading of Don McLean’s “American Pie” – and Brooks’ new studio album Gunslinger. That record won’t be released on its own until November 25th.
Ronnie Dunn’s latest solo release Tattooed Heart is also out today. Named after a song by Ariana Grande, which Dunn covers, the album includes the single “Damn Drunk,” another drinking anthem in “That’s Why They Made Jack Daniel’s” and a new duet with Reba, “Still Feels Like Mexico.”
“It’s about going to the beach and staying at a cheap motel and partying, like everybody does in Cancun. Spring break, but not really spring break,” Dunn told Rolling Stone Country. “It’s two people reminiscing, looking back at what it was like.”
Finally, vocalist Ty Herndon unveils House on Fire. The album is Herndon’s first since 2013’s Lies I Told Myself, and his first since coming out as a gay man in 2014. The new album, with a vibrant contemporary sound, is among his most personal and is announced by lead single “That Kind of Night.”