Garth Brooks Reveals 2014 World Tour with Trisha Yearwood in the Works
: December 10, 2013
Country megastar Garth Brooks has announced that he is due to embark on a world tour next year, over a decade after he last hit the road.
Brooks, 51, decided to retire from record ...
Garth Brooks Eyes Concert Tour in 2014, Yearwood May Join
: July 16, 2012
Though Garth Brooks announced his official retirement 12 years ago, he has often opened up the possibility of a new tour after all of his children are out of high school – and he ...
trisha yearwood Biography
Trisha Yearwod, the American country music singer, was born on September 19, 1964 in Monticello, Georgia. In 1990 Yearwood signed a contract with MCA Records. She rose to prominence after releasing "She's in Love with the Boy," her debut single. Her albums focused on personal issues and she became noted for her ballads that centered around vulnerable young women. Throughout the 1990s she also collaborated with other notable musicians, including Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson and Rodney Crowell.
Yearwood achieved major success during the 1990s, particularly with her No. 1 hit single "How Do I Live." The song won her a Grammy Award. In 1997 as well as 1998 Yearwood also won awards from the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music. Yearwood also has worked with Make a Wish Foundation and Habitat for Humanity. In 2008 Yearwood released her first cookbook.
In 1991 Yearwood released "Trisha Yearwood," her debut album. The set spawned the No. 1 hit single "She's in Love with the Boy." Three other singles off the album reached the top 10 as well. The album eventually was certified 2x platinum. "Hearts in Armor," Yearwood's critically acclaimed second album, was released in 1992. The album was mostly made up of ballads that drew from Yearwood's emotional conflicts concerning her divorce. Emmylou Harris and Don Henley collaborated on the album. Four singles were spawned off the album, including the No. 2 hit "Walkaway Joe" (with Don Henley) and No. 5 "Wrong Side of Memphis." In 1993 Yearwood released "The Song Remembers When," her third album. The title track peaked in the No. 2 spot on Billboard's country chart. The set included collaborations with Willie Nelson and Rodney Crowell.
In 1995 Yearwood released "Thinkin' About You," her fourth album. It spawned two No. 1 hit singles. Her cover of the Patsy Cline song "I Fall to Pieces" with Aaron Neville won a Grammy Award in 1995. Yearwood released "Everybody Knows," her fifth album, in 1996. In 1998 "Where Your Road Leads" was released. The album spawned three top 10 hit singles. In 2000 Yearwood's seventh studio album, "Real Live Woman," was released. In 2001 "Inside Out," an album featuring collaborations from Vince Gill, Rosanne Cash and Don Henley, was released. "Jasper County" was released in 2005. The album peaked in the No. 1 spot on Billboard's country albums chart and No. 4 on Billboard's 200 chart. Yearwood's most recent album, "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love," was released in 2007.