EXCLUSIVE: Garth Brooks Praises Ashton Kutcher's Rendition of 'Friends in Low Places,' Talks Two New Albums

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Garth Brooks seems like he's done it all, but somehow he keeps finding new ground to cover in his already legendary career.

The GRAMMY winner performed at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, for the first time on Thursday and he just launched The Garth Channel on SiriusXM Radio.

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"We're asking people, 'C'mon and take this ride with us,'" Brooks told ET.

Brooks dished that fans can expect appearances on his channel from wife Trisha Yearwood, as well as new music from himself.

"I have been in the studio," he said. "You will actually hear two new albums: the duets Christmas album and then the new fall record."

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While Brooks' voice and charm are one of a kind, Ashton Kutcher and Thomas Rhett paid tribute to the icon by performing his hit "Friends In Low Places" at the Back Porch Revival show in Iowa nearly two weeks ago. Their fun rendition earned rave reviews from Brooks.

"They were fantastic!" Brooks said. "I would love to take a shot at singing that with [Kutcher] to see if I can do any better than Rhett or by both of them."