Singer Garth Brooks has been named one of the regular performers on the Grand Ole Opry country music show. Brooks, 28, will be the youngest of the more than 60-member cast when he debuts Saturday night. Brooks also is a finalist for five Country Music Association awards that will be presented Monday night during a nationally televised broadcast. He has been nominated for male vocalist of the year, music video of the year for "The Dance," the Horizon Award for a promising performer and single and song of the year, both for "If Tomorrow Never Comes."