Garth Brooks Brings His Yankee Stadium Shows into Your Living Room

Mark TuckerFor two nights last summer, the cameras rolled as Garth Brooks took over Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, playing the first country concert in the iconic venue, as well as his first New York City show since his legendary Central Park stand in 1997. Next month, you’ll be able to experience the event for yourself, in the comfort of your own home, as the concert comes to TV -- and even Garth himself says you’ll feel like you’re right in the middle of the action.

“This show is HUGE!!!!” he says excitedly. “I got to see the show for the first time this week and I was blown away with how clear it looks, how real it feels… it is like you are right there when it is happening!”

Expect classics like “The Dance,” “Friends in Low Places,” The Thunder Rolls,” The River,” Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up),” and “Papa Loved Mama,” as well as a guest appearance by Mrs. Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, joining Garth for “In Another’s Eyes,” and contributing her own hits like “She’s in Love with the Boy.”

Garth Brooks/Yankee Stadium/LIVE premieres November 10 at 8 p.m. ET on all AT&T platforms, including AUDIENCE Network and the DIRECTV and U-Verse apps.

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"We've got a different type of performance scheduled. We've got a little surprise, a little different version of it, but it's gonna be super-powerful," Brian tells ABC Radio.

"We're just excited about getting out there, performing together," he adds. "We've done it a couple of times, but I think this'll be the best, this'll be the most powerful and we're just excited about seeing the faces of our friends and family and fans....seeing their reactions and [hearing] their thoughts."

Between the two categories in which the song's nominated, Tyler Hubbard knows which one he'd rather win: Single of the Year.

"I think that song just deserves some recognition," he tells ABC Radio. "I think it'd be cool to get up there and share a stage with Bebe -- just to share that moment, I think it'd be really special."

He adds, "That song's changed our life, all three of our lives, and it's just unexpected and very, very cool to see what that song's done this year and how it's connected with our fans and continued to inspire us." 

Tune in to see which trophies, if any, "Meant to Be" wins when the 52nd Annual CMA Awards air live from Nashville on ABC Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

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