grandMAs played a key role in a series of recent eight, sold-out concerts in Kansas City featuring country music legend Garth Brooks. The concerts, which were staged from October 31 to November 15, 2007, included a simulcast to local cinemas which later aired on cable’s Great American Country network as the 90-minute special, Garth: One Artist, One City, One Night—his first televised concert since 2001. “It was kind of family reunion,” reports Don Lockridge, project manager for grandMA ...

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