- Hit songs include "Friends in Low Places," "The Dance," "The Thunder Rolls," and "Unanswered Prayers"
- Member of the Grand Ole Opry, Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Musicians Hall of Fame (with The G-Men)
- Received multiple ACM, American Music, CMA, Grammy, People's Choice, and Billboard awards
- First and only artist in music history to achieve seven career Diamond Award albums
Garth Brooks is certified by the RIAA as the top selling solo artist of the 20th century with over 138 million albums. He has received every accolade the recording industry can bestow on an artist.
Garth rose to fame in the early 90s with his first three albums (1989-1991) selling 30 million copies by the end of 1991. His popularity continued through the 90s and 2000s with chart-topping albums and sold-out concerts around the globe. Songs like "If Tomorrow Never Comes," "The Dance," and "Friends in Low Places" made him a household name and propelled him through three decades at the top of the charts.
Aside from his exceptional tour schedule, Brooks has always lent his talents to the benefit of others. In 2008, Brooks performed at President Obama's Inaugural Celebration. That same year, at the request of the Governor of California, Garth performed 5 concerts in 2 days to benefit F.I.R.E., an organization created to provide financial help to recent fire victims and support the future of fire fighting in the state of California. In December 2010, Garth finished an astonishing 9 sold out concerts in 6 days to raise money for the flood relief efforts in Tennessee. His children's charity, Teammates for Kids, has distributed more than $80 million of aid to children throughout the world.
Garth Brooks is recognized for his musical and songwriting talent, command of the stage, charitable nature, and genuine appreciation for his fans. His impact continues.
Inducted to the Music City Walk of Fame on September 10, 2015.