1. Medium of Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood speaking to reporter
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, recording artists on hearing themselves on the radio for the first time:
"I was in my old truck on I-40 (Interstate 40) there in Nashville. I heard it, as soon as it was over I clicked over to the other station and it was in the solo of it first time, so I got to hear it one-and-a-half times the first time I ever heard it. And it was awesome. And it never gets old. How about you?"
"I mean, I remember I was on Hillsboro Road in Nashville and I rolled down all the windows in my car, I think I wanted everybody I driving by to hear it as well."
3. Jordan Davis speaks to reporter
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jordan Davis, recording artist, on the most memorable time he heard himself on the radio:
"We were in Houston, Texas. We were outside of a Sprouts parking lot, so that was the first time. You know, I'd heard it before, like when I knew it was going to come on. But you know, the first time you're not expecting it, you start hearing your song. It was pretty cool."
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"I was kind of like man, that sounds familiar. Then you're like wait, that's my song! That's me, I wrote that."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Russell Dickerson, recording artist, on the most memorable time he heard himself on the radio:
"The first time I heard it, officially, on the radio, we were driving to my grandmother's house. And I was like, 'I know that guitar solo. I played that guitar solo.' And so it was just one of those crazy experiences to just hear that for the first time. That's a big milestone."
7. Dylan Scott speaks to reporter
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dylan Scott, recording artist, on the first time he heard himself of the radio:
"I was in Tennessee, riding down the interstate in this little-bitty small town that just so happen to play my song. And I wasn't even listening for like, myself. I was just listening to the radio. I was like, 'You've got to be kidding me, right now?' So it was really cool."