Personally, I am more excited about the upcoming Sara Evans greatest hits CD than Garth Brooks’.

Garth Brooks to release hits album
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Garth Brooks may be retired from touring, but he’s not slowing down.
Brooks announced Saturday that a greatest hits package called “The Ultimate Hits,” with four new songs and a DVD full of videos, will be released on Nov. 6.
Brooks, 45, retired in 2001 to be a stay-at-home dad. He said he has no plans to tour, but he assured more than 200 radio executives and music retailers that he will be promoting the album.
“You’re going to see us everywhere,” said Brooks. “It’s my job to let people know it’s out there. And then after February, I’m going to go back to whatever I was doing before this.”
Brooks’ hits include “Friends in Low Places,” “Shameless” and “Longneck Bottle.”