Chris Gaines

Chris Gaines (born August 10, 1967 ) was a fictional alternative rock persona created as an alter ego for Garth Brooks to explore rock and roll styles far removed from his success as a country singer.

Initially, Brooks planned to feature the Gaines persona in The Lamb, a motion picture which, ultimately, never materialized. In 1999, Brooks released one album as Gaines; the album produced three charting Billboard singles, including the Top 5 pop hit "Lost in You."

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Saturday Night Live (season 25) - Episodes
... and "Stacked Actors." 5 ... Garth Brooks Garth Brooks as Chris Gaines November 13, 1999 In a callback to Brooks' appearance when he hosted in season ... Chris Gaines performed "Way of the Girl." 6 ... Jennifer Aniston Sting November 20, 1999 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? winner John Carpenter appeared in the cold ... As well, lead singer Michael Stipe makes an appearance in a "Mango" sketch with Chris Kattan ...
Greatest Hits (Chris Gaines Album)
... The Life of Chris Gaines, is part of the alter ego project of American country music artist Garth Brooks, in which Brooks assumes the fictitious persona of alternative rock. 13, 1999, Brooks hosted Saturday Night Live as himself but performed the musical numbers as Chris Gaines without acknowledging to the audience that they were the same person ...
Chris Gaines - Discography - Singles
... Lost in You" 70 ... US Gold In the Life of Chris Gaines "It Don't Matter to the Sun" 113 — 24 — — 23 — "Right Now" — — — — — — — "That's the Way I Remember It ...
Garth Brooks - Pop Crossover Success - 1999: Chris Gaines
... The Lamb was to have revolved around Chris Gaines, a fictional rock singer and his emotionally conflicted life as a musician in the public eye ... To create buzz for the project, Brooks took on the identity of Gaines in the October 1999 album Garth Brooks in.. ... The Life of Chris Gaines, which was intended as a 'pre-soundtrack' to the film ...

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