Trisha Yearwood 2015 Tour
1/22/15 - Country music sweetheart Trisha Yearwood has been very busy lately, proving she’s not interested in playing second fiddle to her husband, fellow singer Garth Brooks. The artist has been seen all over the media lately, including appearances in Dec. 2014’s Parade Magazine, the Rachael Ray show, and on QVC. She has been talking not only about her music, but has also been sharing some of her favorite recipes. The artist recently finished up a set of shows in Tulsa, OK and will now be heading to Boston, MA for six shows at the TD Garden venue. The Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy award winner will sing solo and perform several duets with her husband. Tickets for the Boston shows can be yours for $38 for the 7PM show on Jan. 24.
2014 Just Because Tour
Singer, songwriter Trisha Yearwood, is one country music's most beloved sweethearts. Rising to fame in the 90s with unforgettable No.1 single "She's in Love with the Boy," Yearwood is a master of releasing relatable music that resounds with women everywhere. Her vulnerable ballads and powerful vocals have undoubtedly influenced modern-day acts like Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift. Yearwood has paired her personal lyrics with striking melodies and persona over ten albums and 43 singles.
While Yearwood has dabbled, successfully, in other pursuits such as acting, writing and an Emmy Award-winning cooking show, the country superstar is finally returning to the stage and we can't wait! The songstress is currently on the road for a 20-date tour, playing her most favorite hits through April. Her reasoning behind the trek is as simple as the tour's name: "Just Because." You're in for a fun-filled night with Trisha Yearwood tickets, as the songstress' main goal is just to have fun and play real country music. Yearwood is a known country collaborator, and has hinted at special guest appearances through April.
This radio mainstay has numerous accolades, including three Grammy Awards, CMAs and ACMAs for her songs "Walkaway Joe," "The Song Remembers When" and "I Would've Loved You Anyway" and copious others. Yearwood was a feature pioneer in introducing country music to mainstream, with over 12.5 million albums sold worldwide, and the ability to bridge classic country, with rock and pop.