Garth Brooks’ Triple Live album became available for free on Monday night (Aug. 27) — but only if fans followed the correct steps. The new three-disc project was recorded during his most recent world tour with Trisha Yearwood. Brooks made the announcement on his weekly Facebook livestream ‘Inside Studio G’, revealing a special code. Fans were able to download the album on Ticketmaster onto a desktop or laptop computer only.  This announcement was made during a press conference to announce the details of Brooks’ upcoming show at Notre Dame. Tickets for that Oct. 20 show will go on sale through Ticketmaster on Sept. 14 at 10AM.  Brooks’ current single out now is called “All Day Long.”

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