Garth Brooks is full of surprises lately. The country legend announced his 2014 comeback tour earlier this week on 'Good Morning America' this week, later spilling even more details on 'The Talk.'

Usually comeback tours are here and gone in a flash, but leave it to Brooks to do it big. His tour won't just last through 2014, but for three awesome years.

“The whole goal in life is to make whatever you’ve done before look small,” Brooks says. “So, the 2014 world tour will be the first of probably a three-year world tour. I’m excited. I’m very excited.”

The country legend wouldn't comment anymore about what he has in store for fans, but he did tell Robin Roberts that he'd be starting to chat with radio very soon. He says they're the ones he wanted to share it with first, but just couldn't contain his excitement.

“We want to tell them and celebrate with them, because it sure feels good to get to throw your hat back in the ring," Brooks shares.

While on 'The Talk,' Brooks also discussed his new box set, his musical influences (some might surprise you) and music in general. He also dished on his upcoming shows at the Encore Theatre in Las Vegas that happen in early January.