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The Garth factor : the career behind country's big boom

Author: Patsi Bale Cox
Publisher: New York : Center Street, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Revealing the controversies, conflicts, and career highs and lows behind one of country's most successful superstars, this unauthorized biography chronicles Brooks' relationship with Trisha Yearwood and the truth behind his alter ego Chris Gaines.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Garth Brooks; Garth Brooks; Garth Brooks
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Patsi Bale Cox
ISBN: 9781599950990 1599950995
OCLC Number: 245536539
Description: x, 335 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: "It's a tough town, son" --
Shitkickers & cowboys --
"Uncle Joe, you know we owe it to you" --
"I'd have titled it Randy Travis if I could have gotten away with it" --
"Watch your back, pal" --
Only in America --
Good times roll just ahead of the thunder --
Bustin' in like old John Wayne --
"Who the hell is Garth Brooks?" --
Why should rock 'n' roll get all the glory? --
Country's big boom --
Damn this rain and damn this wasted day --
"It's a once-in-a-lifetime thing" --
"A white tuxedo and a lot of red paint" --
"I looked like hell and smelled worse, but the song was finished" --
"I guess we can work with it" --
"Who the shit is paying for all this?" --
New York shows up to kick some ass --
"Hopefully, we're starting to build a family" --
"Has Garth lost his freakin' mind?" --
"Say it ain't so, Garth" --
If you ever wonder what happened to me --
Epilogue: Time is not your enemy.
Responsibility: Patsi Bale Cox.
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New York Times bestselling author and industry insider Patsi Bale Cox gives exclusive insights into the controversies, conflicts and career highs and lows of country's most successful modern  Read more...

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"What a great inside look at Garth and the business! There's so much new stuff here it should set Music Row a-buzzing. And I really enjoyed all those stories behind the songs."

 
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