Garth Brooks' brand new single, “All Day Long,” was born out of his fondness of playing honky-tonks. It's been many years since Garth has played that circuit on a regular basis, but he had occasion to do so one night earlier this year in Nashville, and the memories came flooding back. Garth tells us: “‘All Day Long’ was pretty much born from just realizing how much I miss honky-tonks . . . (and) how much that music pretty much is me . . . so it just made sense to kinda do this thing all honky-tonk style.”

Garth co-wrote the song with Bryan Kennedy and Mitch Rossell, who wrote Garth's recent chart-topper “Ask Me How I Know.”

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