Counting down Garth Brooks’ top 3 songs

Garth Brooks is the best-selling solo album artists in US music history. It’s a fantastic feat since there are still pockets of the mainstream music audience who wouldn’t have a clue who he is. In country circles, he’s one of the all-time greats. Let’s check out some of his best songs!

#3 More than a Memory

After retiring from music and performing in 2001, Brooks disappeared for several years before making a big comeback in 2005. His fans questioned whether he would be the same performer. This emotion-packed single, released in 2007, proved that Brooks hadn’t lost his touch.

#2 Friends in Low Places

In the fall of 1990, “Friends in Low Places” raced to the top of the charts and is one of Brooks’ rowdiest songs. It is the lead single to his album, “No Fences” and its success as a song can largely be attributed to Brooks’ mother, who gave a copy of the song to the local radio station (whom subsequently played it incessantly).

#1 What She’s Doing Now

Topping the singles chart for four weeks in early 1992, “What She’s Doing Now” remains Brooks’ most enduring song (at least according to this list). Amazingly, the song was initially cut as “What He’d Doing Now.”

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