"She's in Love With the Boy" from Trisha Yearwood’s debut album was an instant hit. It rocked the country charts along with other hits from the record such as "Like We Never Had a Broken Heart," "The Woman Before Me" and "That's What I Like About You." All these singles took Yearwood to stardom. She jumped on her first tour wagon soon after, but remained Brooks opening act. This was her first live exposure that earned her high fan following and commercial success.
After this tour, the sales of her album sky rocketed. It made her the first ever female country music singer to sell over two million copies of her first release. Moving on, Yearwood climbed the ladder of fame. Her album Hearts in Armor released in 1992 and was certified Platinum. It featured beautiful numbers like "Wrong Side of Memphis" and "Walkaway Joe." The latter was a duet sung with Don Henley. It showed the creative side of the star. She continued to prove her versatility with new albums. The 1994 holiday release, The Sweetest Gift featured the countrywide hit, “The Song Remembers When.”
Thinkin' About You, was Yearwood’s fourth album. It became famous for two songs; "XXX's and OOO's" and "I Wanna Go Too Far." With this album she took a turn towards adult contemporary and country-pop.. Many artists aspired to play music like her. The artist continued her journey and released her next album Everybody Knows featuring a smashing hit "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)." The album proved to be lucky for her. It was certified Platinum and won the musician her first Grammy Award.
Earlier on, she had collaborated with Aaron Neville for a duet, "I Fall to Pieces." It made it to the category of Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. The summer of 1996 saw a memorable performance by her at the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Songbook: A Collection of Hits, her first compilation album released soon after. However, the ballad from the OST of Con Air, “How Do I Live" got her more appreciation and popularity than ever. The song was nominated at the Academy Awards in the category of the Best Song. This album is known as her best work so far. It also became an RIAA multi-platinum certified album. The most popular tracks if the album were "In Another's Eyes” and "Perfect Love.”
In 1997 and 1998, Trisha Yearwood got luckier. The Grammy, CMT and ACM Awards for the Beset Female Vocalist of the Year in both these years went to her. The album Where Your Road Leads released in 1998. With songs like "Powerful Thing", "I'll Still Love You More “and "There Goes My Baby" the record earned Trisha positive reviews worldwide. The year 2000 was the release of her album Real Live Woman. This album was like an emotional fallback of her second divorce. It had sentimental covers of songs like Bruce Springsteen's "Sad Eyes” and "Try Me Again” by Linda Ronstadt. These two covers became record’s hits. Yearwood was able to sell more than 500,000 copies of the album based on these two songs alone.
Inside Out was Yearwood’s millennium release. It was very different from her previous contributions. It had a number of collaborations with Don Henley, Vince Gill and Rosanne Cash. All the songs had themes like love, passion and romance. These themes gave her vocals a timeless touch. For the next decade, Trisha remained busy with more studio efforts and live concerts. Albums like “Jasper County” and “Broadway Goes Country” are the highlights of this time. From MCA Nashville Records, Trisha moved to Big Machine Records to release her tenth album Heaven, Heartache, and the Power of Love. In the beginning of 2014 she announced her 2014 US tour. Trisha Yearwood tickets are now available so get yours as soon as possible.