Garth Brooks wants to return to Ireland

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It remains to be seen if the Friends in Low Places singer would get a warm welcome

Who could forget country-western king Garth Brooks’ plan to play five Dublin gigs in a row in 2014?

It was the story that dominated in June of that year, with hundreds of thousands of fans ready to rock their cowboy hats.

Alas it wasn’t meant to be and now the saga continues.

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This week the If Tomorrow Never Comes singer featured in a live webcast on Facebook and mentioned “Dublin, Ireland” when asked if there’s anywhere he’d love to perform, saying:

“There’s a place that I haven’t played yet that I’ve played before, if this makes any sense? Dublin, Ireland… how can I say it any more than that? Cross my heart I’ll get to play there again.”

Speaking recently about the Croke Park fiasco of two years ago, he told Billboard Magazine, “I can tell you, next to losing my mom, that might have been the hardest day ever for me in music.”

During Inside Studio G: A Monday Night Conversation Brooks also gave fans an insight into the making of his next album, so it seems the 54-year-old may be Much Too Young to hang up his cowboy boots just yet.