Her first Thanksgiving away from home, the country star discovered that gratitude and tradition can travel far.
I’d recently moved to Oklahoma when Garth Brooks popped the question. No, not that one. It would be a while before he got down on one knee and proposed to me in front of 7,000 people. This was a more private request, one that gave me goosebumps nonetheless.
“Honey,” he said one October night, “I’ve been thinking maybe we could do Thanksgiving with my family. What if I invited them over?”
“That sounds wonderful,” I said.
“One more thing,” he said. “Could you do the cooking? You know how to make everything, right?”
Historic Photographs, Replica Memorabilia, and Narrative Provide a Time Capsule of the Annual CMA Awards
Check out some of Trisha’s stories from CMA Awards past. The glamour, history, backstage stories, and memorable moments from more than 40 years of the annual CMA Awards, “Country Music’s Biggest Night,™” are collected in a new, unique book, The CMA Awards Vault, now available nationwide.
Cowboys & Indians’ magazine has a special treat for Trisha Yearwood fans! Those who get the digital copy of the December issue of Cowboy’s & Indians will receive digital only bonus pages! Get the scoop from country superstar Trisha Yearwood on some of her favorite holiday traditions and twelve extra pages of their holiday gift guide. For more information click here!
Country music star Garth Brooks announced Thursday morning he will hold a concert in December for victims affected by the May flood in Middle Tennessee. Trisha Yearwood was on hand at the press conference and will be performing at the December 17th show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The tickets will be $25.00. Further ticketing information will be announced Wednesday, Nov. 3 at noon Central. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Keep checking the site for further details.
Premieres Saturday, December 4, at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Viewers will get a glimpse inside the homes of Dancing with the Stars co-host Brooke Burke, The View’s Sherri Shepherd and country music superstar Trisha Yearwood, as HGTV decorates their homes for the holidays. Whether it’s a country Christmas or a California-inspired theme, viewers will receive incredible holiday décor ideas and decorating tips from designers Brandon Branch, Mike Russo and Sandra Espinet.
Perhaps the last place you’d expect to run into a one-time Country Music Association female vocalist of the year is at a gourmet gathering in the far-from-Nashville setting of New York City.
But there was Trisha Yearwood, the voice behind such hits as “The Song Remembers When” and “She’s In Love With the Boy,” making a multi-layer carrot cake for a gathering of fans at the New York Wine & Food Festival this weekend. more!
Trisha asked for questions for her latest column “Cooking With Trisha Yearwood” in PEOPLE Country Magazine, and you guys didn’t let her down! Congratulations to Shirley Bohbrink who’s question was answered in Trisha’s column and will receive a signed copy of this issue of PEOPLE Country! Pick up your copy of the November PEOPLE Country on Newsstands now through November 8th, 2010.
On October 7th, the USO will hold its annual USO Gala in Washington, DC to salute the U.S. Military and their families. Guests will include celebrities, military leadership, Washington dignitaries, and many more.
The event will recognize one service member from each branch of the U.S. military along with a special Spirit of the USO Award. Specials guests include host Bill Engvall and musical guest Trisha Yearwood. This year the show will be streamed live at military.com on October 7th at 8:30 PM ET.