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Garth Brooks... In the Life of Chris Gaines (1999)

TV Movie  |   |  Documentary  |  29 September 1999 (USA)
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Part concert, part documentary on Garth Brooks' planned (but never completed) movie "The Lamb," featuring the country superstar's pop singer alter-ego Chris Gaines.

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Part concert, part documentary on Garth Brooks' planned (but never completed) movie "The Lamb," featuring the country superstar's pop singer alter-ego Chris Gaines.

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You've never seen him like this. You've never heard him like this.

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Referenced in Late Night with Conan O'Brien: Episode #7.13 (1999) See more »

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Written by Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick & Trisha Yearwood
Performed by Garth Brooks
Courtesy of Capitol Records
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This was pretty interesting despite the fiction behind it
25 November 1999 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

I saw this documentary last night on VH1 and I thought this was one of the most interesting alter-ego stories I've ever seen or heard of. It's much better than Roseanne's, "Candy Bar". It just seems like having an alter ego is becoming popular among artists or performers that seem to have briefly been faded from the spotlight.


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