Losing someone you love is painful especially if it is a permanent goodbye. A lot of people experience failed relationships and it’s not easy. But, the struggle can only be felt at first. Later on, most of those who have gone through it are able to get back on their feet. Anyhow, the song “The Dance” from Garth Brooks is one of the loneliest heartbreak country music hits. People who have had failed relationships in the past will surely find it relatable.
Garth Brooks: One of the Best Stars
He rose to fame in 1984 and he had been successful ever since. Garth Brooks is one of the best singers in country music due to his vocal ability. Further, his voice has a special element that can make you feel different types of emotions. For this reason, a lot of his hits went to the charts. Brooks first started as a traditional country singer but he transitioned to country pop. Adjusting his style to the changes in the music industry was a good move. He gained a lot of fans and target market for his hits.
In total, Garth Brooks was able to sell 148 million records in the U.S. In addition, he is also one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time with a total sales of 170 million records. Given the tremendous commercial success that his records have reached, Brooks was able to win 2 Grammy Awards and 17 American Music Awards. Moreover, he was also included in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The Melancholic Hit
“The Dance” was released in 1990 and it was composed by Tony Arata and sung by Garth Brooks. The hit was included on his self-titled album as its tenth track. The song has a universal meaning and it depends on the listeners how they will interpret it.
Just go ahead and listen to the hit for you to find out what its message or meaning is.
Garth Brooks, grammys, The Dance
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