Garth Brooks announced Wednesday that the release of his planned Triple Live album has been delayed. "Amazon has a wonderful promotion idea that will not happen this fall, so we're going to delay Triple Live coming out," Brooks said during a press conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Triple Live was initially supposed to be released as part of Brooks’ Anthology Part III Live collection on November 20, 2018. Triple Live focuses on the three years Brooks spent on his massive World Tour that ran from 2014 to 2017. It will still be considered a part of the five-part Anthology when it comes out on a to-be-announced date. Brooks also announced Wednesday that he'll be embarking on a stadium tour in 2019.
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