This morning, Garth Brooks called in to chat for a few minutes about his two upcoming shows at American Airlines Center in Dallas on September 18 and 19. Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am.

Now, I'm a HUGE Garth fan, so this was a pretty amazing experience for me. As I told Garth at the beginning of the interview, I was honestly a little afraid that I'd answer the phone, he'd say "Hey, this is Garth Brooks," and all you would then hear me say is some weird random noises.

Luckily for me and for anyone who wants to hear the interview, I was able to make words come out and Garth had some really interesting things to say! In fact, he said that when ever he's had a chance to talk to George Strait, he ends up doing exactly what I was afraid of doing! We even got to reminisce about my very first concert ever: Garth live in 1992 in Manhattan, Ks.

If you have seen any of the other shows during the last 10 months of this tour, don't expect the same thing when Garth comes to Dallas. He says that they have completely reevaluated the show, changed some things with the stage, and made some changes to the setlist.

Speaking of the setlist, with 9 studio albums, 53 singles, and almost every song being a fan favorite, you have to wonder how Garth views the songs after all these years. No surprise, he says 'The Dance' is still the song that he hopes is his legacy. He says it's all about the songs that talk about loving one another. He even told a really cool story about his show in 1997 in Central Park and how even though there were a million people there, there were only 2 arrests!

Since I don't get the opportunity to talk to Garth Brooks every day, I decided to go ahead and ask a question that the hardcore Garth fans have wondered for a while. When Garth released the very misunderstood Chris Gaines album, we were told there would also be a movie to go along with it. Will we ever get to see this film? Not only did Garth answer, but he had a little bit of a laugh at the question.

As cool as it was to talk to Garth, I had to ask him after the interview to do me a favor. As big as a fan as I am, my Mom may be the only person I know who likes him even more. I've seen Garth live with her 4 times between 1992 and 2009. I asked him to just give her a little bit of a shout-out. Garth decided to go above and beyond with it!

Trust me, you won't want to miss your chance to see Garth Brooks live at one of these two shows in Dallas in September. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 24th at 10am at You can get more info on our info page here!