Garth Brooks released his debut country album in 1989, and despite a long hiatus from the road between then and now, he has been in the spotlight since ... And he's worn some interesting shirts.

There's no question Brooks is traditional country, from his big cowboy hat down to his boots, but he's never been afraid to be loud and proud when picking out a shirt. These pictures prove that the "Mom" singer is a fan — a really big fan — of wacky Western wear. In fact, Brooks put a small brand of shirts, Mo Betta, on the map! The country superstar started wearing the Apache, Okla. company's threads in the '90s, showing up to concerts, awards shows and even album cover photo shoots sporting their out-there looks. For example, on the cover of The Chase,Brooks threw on this fashion statement.

We've found the most fun looks from Brooks' shirt collection, which you can see in the photo gallery above. This is one guy who isn't afraid to rock paint splatter, and he does it so well.

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