He's one of the biggest artists and entertainers in the entire world and he has special ties to Wyoming.

All I have to do is type his name and you know exactly who he is...GARTH.

It doesn't matter if you listen to country, rock, pop or hip-hop music, he is a household name.

Since Garth Brooks has such a big voice around the music world, it won't take you long to recognize that voice when you watch National Geographic's new episode of the series, America's National Parks.

During season 1 of the series, Garth narrated specials about the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Big Bend, Badlands and Hawai'i Volcanoes.

Those are cool and all, but NOT as cool as the first episode of the new season, that happens to air tonight on NatGeo...Grand Teton National Park.

Yep, they're starting season 2 out with a bang, Wyoming.

Checking out the episodes preview, one of the topics that will be covered is Bear 399 and her long history with the park.

Garths history with Wyoming goes back a long time. He's been known to just pop in from time to time, you know, on the Beaches of Cheyenne. One of his great friends and singing partners Chris LeDoux lived here in Wyoming and a couple of years ago, Garth was on hand at the dedication of the LeDoux bronze statue that sits in front of Cheyenne Frontier Days.

There are stories that Garth has been known to just pop in to Wyoming from time to time and thanks to National Geographic, he'll be popping in tonight at 7pm.

Photo's of Wyoming's Incredible Northwest Beauty

PICS: Garth Brooks Received Kennedy Center Honors

The Kennedy Center Honors recognize those in the performing arts for their lifetime contributions to American culture. In 2020, Garth Brooks was part of an honoree class that also included singer Joan Baez; dancer, choreographer and actor Debbie Allen; violinist Midori and actor Dick Van Dyke, who were celebrated over five days in Washington, DC, in May of 2021, after the annual event was postponed and adjusted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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