Some country fans may not even realize Garth Brooks isn't on iTunes, but it's true. The country legend is one of the last hold outs to turn his songs over to the digital retailer, or a digital retailer. You'll struggle to find Brooks' music for sale or streaming outside of brick and mortar stores. Should that change? 

In this week's Encore commentary from Taste of Country's Billy Dukes, he explains why Brooks is holding out, and makes an argument that it's time for a truce. The timing couldn't be better, with a comeback scheduled for 2014 and excitement for his music at levels not seen in over five years. To get the inside scoop and insight into the biggest stories in country music, subscribe to Taste of Country’s YouTube channel by clicking the button below.