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1. “Man Against Machine”. 2. “Rodeo”. 3. “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House”. 4. “The Beaches of Cheyenne”. 5. “The River”. 6. “Two Pina Coladas”. 7. “Papa Loved Mama”. 8. “Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up)”. 9. “Unanswered Prayers”. 10. “That Summer”. 11. “The Thunder Rolls”. 12. “In Another’s Eyes” (with Trisha Yearwood).
Trisha Yearwood set, 13, “XXX’s and OOO’s (An pointe shoe painting print - ballet shoe - ballerina art - creative dance wall art - girls room gift - © not included - mysti ro American Girl)”, 14, “How Do I Live”, 15, “PrizeFighter”, 16, “Wrong Side of Memphis”, 17, “She’s in Love With the Boy”, Garth Brooks second set, 18, “Shameless”, 19, “Callin’ Baton Rouge”, 20, “Friends in Low Places”, 21, “The Dance”, 22, “Fever”, 23, “If Tomorrow Never Comes”, 24, “Amarillo By Morning”..
The multiplatinum country star, who originally retired from music in 2000, was in prime form as his comeback tour settled into the SAP Center in San Jose on Friday. His voice was as strong as ever and he was very energetic through, well, most of the show. “I’m like 115 years old by now,” joked Brooks, as he paused for a moment onstage to catch his breath. Most important, the singer — who is actually just 53 — showed that he can still entertain a crowd like few others in the business.
Brooks had the capacity crowd of some 17,000 fans in the palm of his hand throughout the roughly two-hour concert, which opened a three-night stand that pointe shoe painting print - ballet shoe - ballerina art - creative dance wall art - girls room gift - © not included - mysti ro continues through Sunday at SAP Center, He had them up and dancing to the fast numbers, softly swaying along to the ballads and, of course, always singing along, Well, except maybe for that first number, The singer opened the show with the title track to last year’s “Man Against Machine,” his ninth studio album and his first since “Scarecrow” in 2001, It’s a bizarre “message” number, full of paranoia and apprehension about the modern world, It sounds like a lost Roger Waters B-side, which, really, you wish had stayed lost..
From that lone misstep, Brooks sailed right into the big hits and longtime fan favorites, locking into a rambunctious “Rodeo” (from 1991’s “Ropin’ the Wind”) and then strolling through “The Beaches of Cheyenne” (off 1995’s “Fresh Horses”). Brooks — who ranks as the top-selling solo artist of all time in the U.S. — seemed absolutely thrilled to be back in San Jose for the first time in 18 years. “Thanks for letting us come back to the great city of San Jose to play our music,” he said near the start of the show.
He delivered some of his most passionate work of the night on “The River,” the closing track from the 14-times-platinum “Ropin’ the Wind,” coming across like a preacher working a revival tent as he pumped his fists in the air to punctuate the inspirational lines: “So don’t you sit upon the shoreline/And say you’re satisfied/Choose to chance the rapids/And dare to dance the tide.”, Brooks then lightened the mood by doing his best Jimmy Buffett impersonation on “Two Pina pointe shoe painting print - ballet shoe - ballerina art - creative dance wall art - girls room gift - © not included - mysti ro Coladas,” which hails from 1997’s “Sevens,” before rolling like a freight train along “Papa Loves Mama,” another “Ropin'” offering..
“You want to go higher than that?” Brooks asked the audience. The fans responded in the affirmative, which sent Brooks and his ace band into an even higher gear for the party anthem “Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up),” which hails from 1993’s “In Pieces.” He would finally cross into 1990’s “No Fences” — Brooks’ best-selling studio album — for the sweet ballad “Unanswered Prayers” and the electrifying “Thunder Rolls.”.
Brooks wife, country star Trisha Yearwood, would join him for the duet “In Another’s Eyes,” then stuck around to perform her own likable five-song set, which included the hits “Wrong Side of Memphis” and “She’s in Love with the Boy.”, Brooks returned to the stage with his powerful Billy Joel cover, “Shameless,” and then dialed up the Oakridge Boys favorite “Callin’ Baton Rouge.”, He was in good spirits and humor throughout the gig, goofing around with his band mates, pointe shoe painting print - ballet shoe - ballerina art - creative dance wall art - girls room gift - © not included - mysti ro spraying water on fans and racing around the open stage like it was a track, Brooks was surrounded on all sides by fans — including what would technically be behind the stage — and put on a 360-degree show designed to entertain everyone in the house..
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