Trisha is on MCA records.
Trisha lives on a ranch in Owasso, Oklahoma with husband Brooks and his three daughters.
In 1996, while flying from Nevada to New York, Yearwood saved a man's life. Francesco Maccarrone, a baggage handler, was trapped in the belly of the plane.
Trisha married her second husban Robert Reynolds. The bass player for The Mavericks, on May 21, 1994, and they divorced in 1999.
Trisha married her first husband, Christopher Latham, in 1987 but the two divorced in 1991.
Trisha's full name is Patricia Lynn Yearwood
Trisha was born September 19, 1964 in Monticello Georgia.
Trisha states that her biggest influence was Linda Ronstadt.
Trisha married Garth Brooks on December 10, 2005. This is her third marriage and his second.
Trisha became the first female country singer ever to sell a million copies of her debut album.
Trisha first toured as Garth Brooks opening act. She also sang backup vocals on his first album, Garth Brooks.
Trisha enrolled at the University of Georgia, but shortly after in 1985 she decided to move to Nashville and transfer to the music business program at Belmont College.
As a child, Trisha loved Elvis.
Trisha has sung at the Academy Awards, the Olympics and the Library of Congress.
In 1997 and 1998 Trisha won back-to-back CMA Awards as country's Female Vocalist of the Year.
Trisha has several albums, they include three Gold Record winners, four Platinum awardes, a Double Platinum seller and a Quadruple Platinum blockbuster.
Trisha carries a shotgun with her when she hikes, to keep away wild animals.
Trisha loves Prince. She has ever song he ever recorded on her iPOD.
Trisha admitted to Glamour magazine that she wanted to get her teeth capped so she could have a smile like Farrah Fawcett, but her dentist discouraged her.
Reba McEntire taught Trisha how to play poker.
In 2001, Trisha's hometown honored her with the naming of Trisha Yearwood Parkway.
In 2000, Trisha was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Trisha's first number one single was She's in Love with the Boy, in 1991.
In September of 2005, Trisha released her 10th studio album entitled Jasper County.
Trisha is five foot eight inches tall.
Trisha was so good at doing demos that she would double park in front of the studio, do the song in one take, then leave before she would get a ticket.
Trisha is a member and also a alumni of Phi Theta Kappa.
Trisha was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on March 13, 1999
Trisha earned a bachelor's degree in Music Business from Nashville's Belmont College in 1987
Trisha's first Grammy came in 1994 in the Vocal Collaboration category for I Fall to Pieces, with Aaron Neville. In 1997, she was a double winner: She captured the Best Female Country Vocal Performance Grammy for How Do I Live and Best Country Vocal Collaboration for In Another's Eyes with Garth Brooks.
Trisha (About her marriage): The only place that I have to be really careful is I don't want people buying tickets to my shows thinking they are going to see Garth Brooks, because he is a stay-at-home dad. He is not coming on tour with me, and I just don't want people to be disappointed.
Trisha: Originally, this was supposed to be a private ceremony in a garden with family, ... Garth told me later that he knew when they unveiled the statue [I was going to ask] `Why is there a wedding ring on your hand?' He was gonna have some explaining to do. He said he knew that was the moment, no matter if there was one person there or a thousand people there, that was what he had to do.
Trisha: As a musician, I have a deep respect and appreciation for the gift of hearing and the beauty that it brings to life, ... Having been on an international hearing mission trip with the Starkey Hearing Foundation, my respect and appreciation is equally great for the work it is doing to open the ears of the world's children. Through its many good works, the Starkey Hearing Foundation is not just giving the gift of hearing to those in need but the gift of life.
Trisha: When you're a celebrity on your own there's a certain amount of acknowledgment. When two people who are both famous get together it becomes a bigger thing. It almost becomes bigger than the couple.
Trisha: What's meant to be will always find a way.
Trisha: Songs are like movies to me, and so you put yourself in the movie. You become a character in the movie. The new ones are exciting because they're fresh. But if it's not that, if the story is not what you get into, maybe it's the crowd response. You hit the first chords of 'She's In Love With The Boy' and 20,000 people start to scream, you're pretty motivated. You get what you need. And it's a great story. It works.
Trisha: I always want to sing, but I don't always want to be trying to have Number 1 records. I don't think you can do it forever. I don't know what the time span of that is going to be. I want to sing because I want to sing.