Country music superstar Garth Brooks maintained music as his primary artistic calling throughout the 1990s, becoming one of the top-selling recording artists of all time. Along with a smattering of guest shots as himself on TV, Brooks also appeared in several country music documentaries, including Hunks With Hats (1993) with Clint Black and Alan Jackson. In 2000, Brooks prepared to make a move into the realm of fiction films with The Lamb, a feature starring him as the titular kohl-eyed rocker alter ego introduced by Brooks' 1999 album ...In the Life of Chris Gaines. In 2001 he was the executive producer on the family-friendly holiday made-for-TV holiday film Call Me Claus. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi