NASHVILLE (press release)—One of country music’s most influential female artists, Trisha Yearwood will be highlighted in an exhibition “Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When” July 3-December 2015 at The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.
“Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When” will chronicle Yearwood’s life, career, and critically- acclaimed musical achievements. The story begins in her hometown, Monticello, Georgia, and is followed by a move to Nashville, where Yearwood became a music business major at Belmont University. In Music City, the future three-time Grammy award-winning artist began her career in music, spending time first as a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and a receptionist at a record company. Now, millions of albums and countless accolades later, Yearwood is among the best-selling female artists in country music history.
Building on her initial success, Yearwood recorded a string of platinum albums and hit singles, including “The Song Remembers When” and “Believe Me Baby (I Lied).” Her 1997 duet with future husband Garth Brooks, “In Another’s Eyes,” added a third Grammy to her rapidly growing array of CMA, ACM, and other prestigious awards.
The Grand Ole Opry member has also established herself as a lifestyle maven with three New York Times best-selling cookbooks like her most recent, “Trisha’s Table,” and host of the Emmy-Award winning Food Network show, “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” which is currently in its sixth season. This spring, Yearwood also released a new line of cookware, Trisha’s Precious Metals, and unveiled her own line of furniture, The Trisha Yearwood Home Collection, in partnership with Klaussner Home furnishings.