DENVER, Colo. (January 6, 2016) – Garth Brooks and CINCH JEANS & SHIRTS will launch “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” and will feature jeans and shirts endorsed and inspired by the record-breaking music legend. This marks Brooks’ first licensed clothing endorsement in his 26-years as a singer, songwriter and performer.
The “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line showcases high-quality jeans and shirts at accessible prices. Designs come from Brooks’ stage-inspired styling and combine his high-energy on-stage presence with CINCH’s commitment to authentic western apparel. High-quality fabrics, ideal fit and unique western taste will be seen in all “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing. The shirts and jeans in the line are geared towards the core western lifestyle audience and all those who love the cowboy way.
The Brooks and CINCH JEANS & SHIRTS collaboration was born from synergies around authenticity, passion for the western lifestyle and a responsibility to serve others. Brooks’ commitment to the country music and entertainment business is amplified by CINCH’s pledge to stay true to its core western lifestyle customer. Similarly, Brooks’ involvement with important charities, such as Teammates for Kids Foundation, was significant to CINCH, who also focuses its business efforts around growing western lifestyle and entertainment event opportunities for cowboys. Authenticity is at the core of “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line, which embodies functional and fashion-forward styling.
The “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line will be available for sale at your local CINCH retailers in the early fall 2016. Retailers will first see the line at the Denver Merchandise Market in January 2016.
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About Cinch Jeans & Shirts: LEAD, DON’T FOLLOW. Since 1996, the Cinch Clothing brand has been creating quality jeans and shirts for both in and out of the arena. Some of the best athletes from the rodeo, bull riding and equine performance circles love Cinch jeans and shirts because of the quality fit and the authentic western look. From collared shirts with short sleeves or long sleeves to outerwear and athletic gear to fashion-forward western jeans, the Cinch brand puts fit and styling first. Whether fashion basics or premium styles, the designs and reputation of Cinch Jeans make Cinch Clothing the number one choice for those who live and breathe the western way of life. Visit CINCH online at www.cinchjeans.com.
About Garth Brooks: Garth Brooks is certified by the RIAA as the #1-selling solo artist in U.S. history with over 136 million albums. He has received every accolade the recording industry can bestow on an artist.
In 2001, Garth retired and moved back to Oklahoma to raise his children. In 2008 The President Elect, himself, requested that Garth headline his Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial. A crowd of over 300,000 did the “wave” to Garth’s performance of “Shout” while the President sang along. That same year, at the request of the Governor of California, Garth performed 5 concerts in 2 days, a feat believed to have never before been attempted by any artist. F.I.R.E., an organization created to provide financial help to recent fire victims and support the future of fire fighting in the state of California, received proceeds from 83,000 tickets sold. Portions of the live concerts were shown as a TV special, “Garth Brooks: Live in L.A.” allowing viewers to donate as well.
In December 2010, Garth finished an astonishing 9 sold out concerts in 6 days to raise money for the flood relief efforts in Tennessee. ABC World News Tonight declared Garth The Person of the Week and the Mayor of Nashville announced that this was a record December for downtown Nashville merchants due to the over 145,000 who attended the concerts.
In January, 2012 he was named the best-selling artist of the last two decades by Billboard, Nielson and Soundscan, with a whopping 68.5 million sales. Brooks also sold out his recent appearance at the 100th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede. The sell-out 15,000+ seats happened in less than a minute. Garth was recently inducted into the International Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York as well as the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. In October he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Performing for his induction were his heroes George Strait, James Taylor and Bob Seger.
On November 29th, 2013, Garth took the night with almost nine million viewers watching his CBS special “Live From Las Vegas.” That very day Garth released his new boxed set, Blame It All On My Roots, which debuted for the 13th time in Garth’s career at #1 on the country charts. The boxed set also rose to the top of the Billboard 200 Chart making it the 9th time Garth has been able to achieve that feat.
Garth’s performance of “Friends in Low Places,” was the last thing heard on The Tonight Show as Jay Leno ended his 22 year reign as The Tonight Show host.
On July 15th, 2014, Garth announced the three year Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood. On September 3rd, 2014, Garth released a new single, “People Loving People.” It was his first new single since 2008. The very next day, September 4th, Garth began his 11 sold out shows at the Allstate Arena in Chicago. In 1998, Garth set the concert ticket sales records for every city on the tour. This time he has already beaten his own records. In Portland, Garth celebrated his 100th show on the world tour and two million in ticket sales. The next day he traveled to Dallas to perform at the 50th Anniversary ACM Awards and receive the Milestone Award.
Garth’s ninth studio album, MAN AGAINST MACHINE, was released November 11th. It was his first new studio album in 13 years. It became the 14th time in Garth’s career that one of his albums debuted at #1 on the country charts where it remained for seven non-consecutive weeks. The second single off the album, “Mom,” became the inspiration for a Good Morning America contest encouraging viewers to send in videos nominating their mother or friends mother to be surprised by Garth serenading them at their door.
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