NASHVILLE – A week after launching its paid streaming music service, Amazon announced a deal with one of streaming music’s biggest holdouts: country superstar Garth Brooks.
Brooks, who is the bestselling solo artist in U.S. history with 138 million albums sold, has kept his music off streaming services. On Wednesday, select albums and songs will be available on Amazon Music Unlimited.
In addition, Brooks’ albums will be sold digitally via Amazon Music, which were only previously available through his own GhostTunes service.
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