After nearly a six year abscence, Garth Brooks returns to the chart with "After The Fire Is Gone", a duet with Trisha Yearwood and a remake of the 1971 country hit by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. Taken from his boxed set, "Blame It All On My Roots", "After The Fire Is Gone" marks the sixth time Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have charted with a collaboration, tying them for second place with Linda Ronstadt/Aaron Neville and Tim McGraw/Faith Hill. Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton have charted with most duetsas their ninth, "You Can't Make Old Friends", moves up to #16.
1991#08 "Like We Never Had A Broken Heart"
1997#06 "In Another's Eyes"
1998#31 "Where Your Road Leads"
2002#10 "Squueze Me In"
2006#07 "Love Will Always Win"
2013#85* "After The Fire Is Gone"
Garth Brooks first appeared on UU-BRU Internet Radio in late 1989 with "If Tomorrow Never Comes" [#12]. Since then he has charted an additional 55 times, including seven number one hits. His cover of Billy Joel's "Shameless" was the number one song of the year on UU-BRU Internet Radio for 1991.