Nothing can hold Garth Brooks back. Before Garth, it was unheard of for a country artist to go multi-platinum. His 1990 album, "No Fences," changed that by dominating the charts. His following albums have been no different, even debuting at the top of pop charts. He made more history by combining rock-and-roll techniques like explosions and light shows with his stadium performances. Garth eventually eased into retirement, hanging up his microphone in exchange for baby bottles. But, he couldn’t be stopped. After a few years out of the limelight, he returned with his first box set, "The Limited Series," but made one declaration – he wouldn’t return to recording new material until his youngest daughter was in college. Come 2013, Garth was ready for his comeback, releasing a box set of covers and announcing a world tour. He released his ninth studio album, "Man Against Machine," in November 2014 and has already announced another album to drop next year.