Garth Brooks, the best-selling solo artist of all time, is still selling out arenas. He returns to the Sprint Center for seven shows this weekend and next, but not everybody is happy about it.
Garth Brooks, the best-selling solo artist of all time, is still selling out arenas. He returns to the Sprint Center for seven shows this weekend and next, but not everybody is happy about it. File
Garth Brooks, the best-selling solo artist of all time, is still selling out arenas. He returns to the Sprint Center for seven shows this weekend and next, but not everybody is happy about it. File

Garth haters let the thunder roll, but fans don’t care

May 05, 2017 01:58 PM

UPDATED May 06, 2017 07:36 AM

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