Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on February 7, 1962, Garth Brooks signed with Capitol Records and released his self-titled first album in 1989, which had mild success. His third studio effort, Ropin’ the Wind, was the first country album to debut at No. 1 on the pop charts. Brooks has made a number of albums since, selling more than 100 million in all. He retired in 2000, but began performing again in 2009.Brooks announced at the end of 2000 that he wanted to spend more time with his wife, Sandy, and three daughters, Taylor Mayne Pearl (born 1992), August Anna (1994), and Allie Colleen (1996). He released the album Scarecrow in 2001 which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. It would be his last studio album for over a decade. Struggling to balance his work and family life, Brooks divorced his wife in October 2000 and officially retired from recording and performing. Brooks remarried in 2005, to fellow country artist Trisha Yearwood, and in 2009 he returned to the music scene with regular performances on the Las Vegas Strip.
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