If you take a second to step back and analyze it, Garth Brooks has a lot of competition for concert tickets and radio airplay these days. Of course, competing with the likes of Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban are nothing new, as he vied with fellow Hall of Famers George Strait and Reba McEntire for attention back in the 1990s. So, he’s used to that. But, perhaps Brooks’ biggest competition is his own legacy, sewn in iconic fashion with hits such as “The Dance” and “Friends In Low Places,” which still get plenty of play on Country radio. How does one compete with that?....Read the rest of the review.