Garth Brooks Launches Download Store

GhostTunes, to Debut Tuesday, Will Offer Digital Songs by Thousands of Artists

This week country-music icon Garth Brooks—who has long refused to allow any download store to sell his music—hopes to show the digital-music world how it’s done.

As the centerpiece of his new strategy, the 52-year-old singer is launching his own iTunes competitor: GhostTunes.

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