A+E releases trailer for Garth Brooks documentary | The Music Universe
Documentary will air in November
A+E has released the trailer for the upcoming four part documentary about Garth Brooks. Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On , part of the network’s Biography franchise, is set to air this November and is dubbed “The Documentary Event of the Year.”
The series highlights Brooks’ prolific career through never-before-seen interviews with Brooks, wife Trisha Yearwood, his original road band and other personal and professional figures. It promises “exclusive unprecedented access from the No. 1 selling artist in history” as a camera crew follows Brooks’ on his record-setting stadium tour that launched in March 2019 with a sold out show in St. Louis.
“If I was ever going to do a documentary on my life and music, I wanted A&E to do it,” Brooks shared from the A+E Upfronts presentation earlier this year. “They have interviewed all the people who would know what the true stories are, so no matter how this turns out … I can’t say it isn’t the truth.”
Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On is produced by Film 45 and Endeavor Content’s nonscripted division for A&E Network.
Actual air dates have yet to be disclosed as of press time.
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