Garth Brooks is set to take an extremely close look at his career with a five-book autobiography, the first part of which hits stores this fall, according to Billboard.
“Part 1: The First Five Years,” available Nov. 14, focuses on the country superstar’s hot start from 1989 to 1993. During this time period, he released his first five albums for Capitol Nashville and was on the road to stardom.
Along with telling his stories behind those records, which include such seminal hits as 1990’s “Friends in Low Places,” the tome will feature contributions from the musicians, songwriters and Brooks’ manager, Bob Doyle.
The 240-page hardcover memoir, which is the first book to be written by the Grammy-winning singer, features 150 previously unseen photos.
It also includes five CDs offering 52 songs, 19 of which are new or unreleased versions.