Garth Brooks has inked with WME for representation.

The agency will represent Brooks in all areas, including music, film, television, books and endorsements. Brooks continues to be managed by Bob Doyle & Associates.

Brooks’ current tour, the Garth Brooks World Tour, has broken ticket sale records — set by Brooks himself — in 35 cities, and recently sold out two upcoming shows in Yankee Stadium. With over 4 million tickets sold, it was the No. 1 selling tour for a country artist in 2015, according to Pollstar. Brooks previously did a four-year residency at the Wynn Las Vegas.

According to his reps, Brooks is the only solo artist to have six albums, including “No Fences,” “Sevens” and “Double Live,” top 10 million sales. Brooks has also had 25 singles reach No. 1 on the country charts. His most recent album, “Man Against Machine,” was released in late 2014 exclusively to his online music store GhostTunes.