Trisha Yearwood Tour 2021
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Trisha Yearwood (born September 19, 1964) is an empowering American country singer, author and actress, hailing from Monticello, Georgia, U.S.
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Growing up in the American south on a musical diet of Patsy Cline, Kitty Wells and Hank Williams, Yearwood soon found an interest in music and began singing in musicals, choirs and talent shows. During her time at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, Yearwood worked as a intern, then a full-time employee, at MTM Records, subsequently using the label’s resources to record a series of demo tapes.
Through a connection with Garth Brooks, the singer signed with MCA Nashville who released her debut self-titled album in 1991. Led by the single “She’s in Love with the Boy”, the album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart, exposing Yearwood to a national audience.
Documenting the emotional heartache of her first marriage’s decline, Yearwood’s sophomore album “Hearts in Armor” earned critical acclaim from a host of reputable sources. Unmistakably an album of ballads, it features esteemed artists including Don Henley, Emmylou Harris and Raul Malo and the singles “Wrong Side of Memphis”, “Walkaway Joe” and “You Say You Will”.
Yearwood’s subsequent release, 1993’s “The Song Remembers When” cemented the country singer’s commercial and critical success and was followed by the Christmas album “The Sweetest Gift” in 1994. Her fourth proper full-length album “Thinkin’ About You” earned the singer two more No. 1 hit singles “XXX’s” and “OOO’s (An American Girl” and started a trend in a more adult contemporary direction. 1996’s “Everybody Knows” continued this trend, as did 1998’s “Where Your Road Leads” produced by Tony Brown, “Real Live Woman” released in 2000 and the country chart topping “Inside Out” in 2001.
After a four year hiatus and a two year return to the industry, in which time she released the albums “Jasper County” and “Heaven, Heartache and the Power the Love” and participated in “Broadway Goes Country”, the singer took another hiatus to focus on writing a collection of southern cook books. In 2014 Yearwood signed with RCA Records Nashville and released the greatest hits album “Prize Fighter: Hit After Hit”.