Garth Brooks was in New York on Tuesday (May 17) for a press conference live from Yankee Stadium to discuss his upcoming return to the Big Apple after nearly two decades. While en route to the event, he filmed a 10 minute segment with Facebook Live to answer fan questions about his tour, upcoming show in NYC and his next album.

During each live show, Brooks insists his main concern is his fans in the audience.

"You try and make each seat front row, that's what you do," he shares. "The more you can get to the people, hopefully the better show they have. The better show they have, the better show you have. If the people are happy, the artist and the band are happy."

While Brooks and his crew currently film what they call Opening Night Live, which gives fans a glimpse into backstage before, during and after the show, he says he'll be doing a similar video series after his tour date in New York City on July 9.

"That Monday (July 11) will become the birth of Inside Studio G," the star explains. "We're going to take you inside what happened the weekend before. We're gonna document Opening Night Live in every city, do little highlights, and then the things that happen on stage, off stage that happen. It's the most fun."

"The thing I'm going to love most is getting ready to take you into the new album," he adds. "Take you into songwriting sessions, take you into recording sessions, see places. You're going to see the room where 'The Dance' was cut. You're going to see the room we packed 15 people in to sing 'Friends in Low Places,' and you're going to see the new album be created and you're going to be part of it."

"Finally the people that make an artist an artist, get to come be with that artist and create. This is going to be good," Brooks promises.

Come July, the singer's focus will shift from the live show to "the most important thing — the music."

"Come with us. You're invited."

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