might be laying the groundwork for his comeback to country music. The singer will wrap up his three-year run at the Wynn in
Las Vegas next month, two years earlier than originally planned. Garth told the Huffington Post, "We're just going to start. It will be fun. We've got our youngest baby (Allie), this is her junior year, and she's really in touch. Now, down from three to one (at home), you spend a lot more time with that one. She's in on every plan. She knows all the decisions. She's really well-educated in what's going on." In fact, Trisha Yearwood says that Allie is encouraging Garth to hit the road again hoping that "she'll be home by herself." Garth added that he will be counting on the great songwriters to help breath new life into the career that he has put on hold for the last several years saying, "You talk about songwriters, the great ones can birth a career but the greatest ones can bring life back into one. So we'll be looking hard for songs just to see what the future might hold for us." Garth was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday (October 21st) in Nashville. He will play his last date in Las Vegas on November 17th.