Garth Brooks is just one of the many country artists waiting for fans to discover on Amazon Music Unlimited, a new streaming service from the online retail giant.

Brooks famously held out on offering his vast catalog of hits for streaming for years, but now that Amazon has jumped into the streaming space, the country megastar has partnered with Amazon Music Unlimited exclusively to offer all of his music for streaming in one place.

Beginning Dec. 24 at 12AM ET, fans will be able to stream all 16 of Brooks' studio albums exclusively on Amazon Music Unlimited, including classic hits like "The Dance," "Friends in Low Places," "What She's Doing Now" and "The Thunder Rolls" that helped him become the best-selling solo artist in history.

Brooks' latest album, Gunslinger, will also be available for exclusive streaming, making the service one-stop shopping for Garth Brooks fans. Brooks believes so strongly in Amazon Music Unlimited that he even made the streaming service the official sponsor of his 2017 Garth Brooks World Tour.

Amazon Music Unlimited offers ad-free on-demand music streaming from a catalog of tens of millions of songs. Fans can choose from any genre, artist or album, or select a recommended playlist or station devoted to a specific style or genre. Amazon Music is accessible by phone, Amazon Echo, tablet or PC. Amazon Echo also offers exclusive new voice controls with Alexa.

Music fans can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Music Unlimited, and discover for themselves everything the service has to offer. After 30 days, the price for unlimited music delivered right through your chosen device is just $9.99 per month, or $7.99 per month for Amazon Prime members.

Check it out at Amazon's website today, and make sure you've cleared some time in your schedule. You're about to have a whole lot of music to listen to!

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