The country music legend opened a second window to purchase his highly sought after box set on Thursday (March 14), following the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards.
As fans know, Garth's decision to add another window to buy the specially priced Legacy Collection came after he nearly broke the Internet when he put the collection on sale last month. While there was initially a 24-hour window for an allotted number of boxed sets to be sold, they were gone in just over 12 hours. And since the demand exceeded the allotted amount of inventory, Garth decided to open another six hour window, which brought his total number of vinyl albums sold to 420,000, breaking a sales record, in the first window alone.
However, even after selling so many box sets, fans still wanted more. So, Garth decided to open a second window on Thursday.
Fans now have the opportunity to buy the box set with your personalized number at www.garthbrooks.com/vinyl until 7:15 p.m for a special one-time price of $129.95 (shipping included)! So get on it and check out Garth's live stream from backstage at the 2019 iHeartMusic Awards HERE!
The Legacy Collection includes three boxed sets: The Limited, Original Analog, and Remixed/Remastered Editions. Each boxed set contains seven vinyl discs along with accompanying CDs of his albums No Fences, The Chase, In Pieces, Fresh Horses and the recently released Triple Live that have been created from the analog or digitally remixed and remastered recordings, along with one of six new collectible Triple Live covers.
Fans are still able to snag the "The Legacy Collection" for a special price before it hit retailers at garthbrooks.com/vinyl.
During the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Garth —who is the #1 selling solo artist in U.S. history, with more than 148 million albums sold — was honored with the first-ever iHeartRadio Artist of the Decade for his great contributions to the music industry. He also gave fans the collaboration we didn't know we needed when he brought out Chris Pratt on stage to perform "Friends In Low Places."
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