Garth Brooks is about to make history yet again. The country music icon will make an unprecedented appearance on 'Today' on Jan. 8, appearing in all four hours of the broadcast.

Brooks' visit to the Emmy-winning show marks the first time in the show's 62-year history that an artist has appeared in all four hours of the program. The morning talk show often plays host to country artists, with Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, Kip Moore, Blake Shelton and others all having appeared.

The 52-year-old artist released his 'Man Against the Machine' album in November. He is currently crossing the country on his world tour, along with his wife, Trisha Yearwood.

“This thing is just starting to crack open,” Brooks says of the trek. “You can start to see some light, and you’re starting to catch up, if that makes any sense.”

Brooks was scheduled to appear on 'Today' in late November, but he cancelled his appearance in light of the protests and violence occurring in Ferguson, Mo.

“To spend the day promoting our stuff like nothing was wrong seemed distasteful to me,” Brooks said at the time. “I will gladly reschedule any or all appearances the networks will allow.”

'Today' airs at 7 AM local time.

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