Country music star Garth Brooks speaks at a news conference on Thursday, July 10, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
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Garth Brooks is finally embracing digital music, but he's doing it his own way.Brooks, one of the last holdout big-name musicians still refusing to put his music on iTunes, said Thursday he will make his back catalog of hits and his new music available for download, but only through his own website. He said the digital downloads of previous music would be available in a few weeks to tide fans over until a new album comes out later this year."So, we'll be doing our digital the best way we can, the only way we know how, because we are the only ones who kind of play our own way," Brooks said at a press conference in Nashville.He also announced a new deal with the Sony Music label, which will put out an album of his first new music since 2001 . Brooks said it would likely be issued sometime around Black Friday. Brooks said tickets had already been sold for five shows and if he couldn't play them all, he would play none.
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