Garth Brooks is looking at 2014 to possibly be his biggest year yet. He said during an interview with Country Aircheck that he would be working on the biggest project of his career early during 2014. And no, that's not referring to his new album or his previously announced plans to tour.
"There is something that could be happening between now and the tour that might be the biggest thing I've ever tried to take on," he said during an interview. "I'm excited. If it comes to fruition, and it looks like it's going to, it will be the biggest thing I've ever tried to attempt. I'm really excited about it. It'll be done right, it'll be done quality. I'm in love with the idea and we just have to see if it's going to happen. We'll know within the next four weeks or so."
We're wondering if this newest revelation has anything to one of the mystery posts that Brooks published on his blog during 2013. One particularly bizarre message read that "the sevens have aligned." This was prior to the country star's announcement that he would be going on tour, yet the symbolism of the number seven has yet to be realized.
Although that big project remains unexplained, Brooks did give some clarification as to when fans could expect that tour to take place. He and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, weren't messing around when they said they were going to wait until his daughters were off to college. Fans shouldn't expect a tour until Fall, after his youngest is out of the house.
As for the potential super-project? All we can figure is that Brooks is building the Death Star. If you've got better ideas, by all means let us know.