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- Garth Brooks Confirms 2014 World Tour
- Hayden Panettiere: Nashville Resident?
- Garth Brooks Reclaims Country Album Crown With Blame It All on My Roots
- Taylor Swift's Red Earns Grammy Nods
- George Strait Sells Out Final Date of Cowboy Rides Away Tour
- Jake Owen's Album Philosophy
- Danielle Bradbery Finds Herself on Debut Album
- Carrie Underwood Soars in The Sound of Music Live!
- Carrie Underwood Brushes Off Critical Tweets About The Sound of Music
- Jake Owen Embraces His Days of Gold
- More Than 100,000 Fans Will Attend George Strait’s Final Show
- Wrangler NFR 2013: Jake Wright is Making a Name for Himself
- David Nail Shares Career Ups & Downs in Introducing: David Nail
- Lee Brice & Wife Welcome Second Son
- Garth Brooks Announces 2014 World Tour
- Jon Pardi Won’t Be Home for Christmas
- Wrangler NFR 2013: Six-time world champion Cody Ohl rebounds to set record
- Carrie Underwood Responds to The Sound of Music Critics
- Wrangler NFR 2013: Shane Proctor Scores Second Straight Win
- Nominees for the 2014 GRAMMY Awards Announced
Trisha Yearwood (born September 19, 1964) is a three-time Grammy-winning American country music singer. She cites Linda Ronstadt as her biggest influence, and Ronstadt's sound and vocal stylings are clearly apparent in Yearwood's music. Other influences include Emmylou Harris, Patsy Cline, and Elvis Presley. Patricia Lynn Yearwood was born in Monticello, Georgia to Jack and Gwen Yearwood, and developed her musical talent in Nashville, Tennessee, where she interned as a receptionist for the local company MTM Records.