Garth Brooks daughter Allie Colleen is working her way to country music stardom just like her father.
Allie has already released a few singles to radio over the last few years and her latest one is called “Ain’t The Only Hell (My Momma Raised).”
She told us it was the “memory of an old photograph” that inspired her to pen the song, which takes the lyrical message of Johnny Paycheck’s classic “I’m the Only Hell (My Mama Ever Raised).”
A line in the song sings, “You can’t expect me to learn from something I ain’t even tried / I ain’t afraid to crash and burn, just wanna live while I’m alive / I’ve got her blood in my veins / I ain’t the only hell my momma raised.”
Colleen is one of Brooks’ three daughters with his first wife, Sandy Mahl.