NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Music legend Garth Brooks will be launching a radio network featuring a Nashville station called “The BIG 615.”
Brooks, a two-time Grammy winner, made the announcement in a press conference on Music City’s celebratory 615 Day (June 15).
“I believe that country music listeners want to hear the latest from George Strait followed by the latest from Luke Combs,” Brooks said. “The latest from Ashley McBryde followed by the latest from The Chicks.”
"We can't lose country music. We just can't." -Garth Brooks
TuneIn Radio will be home of The BIG 615 and SEVENS Radio Network. TuneIn is a global audio streaming service providing news, radio, sports, music, and podcasts to more than 75 million monthly active users, according to their website.
Television and radio broadcaster Storme Warren will be the host of The BIG 615.
“I’m a fan first, and ambassador next,” Warren said alongside Brooks Thursday. “Thank you for this, it’s going to be a blast.”
SEVENS Radio will be launching multiple stations on TuneIn in 2023. It'll be dedicated to country music and more.
"We are going to lean a little more traditional when it comes to music," Brooks added. He says the “balance between females and males on this channel is fantastic."
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