It was recently announced that country superstar Trisha Yearwood will be honored with her own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The exhibit is being named Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When, and will launch at the Nashville museum on July 3rd.
Starting in her hometown, Monticello Georgia, the exhibit will chronicle Trisha’s life as she moves to Nashville and starts her career in music. It will educate fans on how Trisha worked as a record label receptionist for a short time, as well as a tour guide at the very museum this exhibit with be displayed.
The exhibit will of course show off all of Yearwood’s musical accolades which include multiple platinum selling albums, two Grammy awards on her own, and another with her superstar husband Garth Brooks for their collaboration on the song “In Another’s Eyes.”
This tribute would not be complete without a large portion of it dedicated to Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, her Emmy Award winning Food Network cooking show, and her string of New York Time’s Bestselling cookbooks, her most recent being Trisha’s Table.
The CEO of the museum, Kyle Young, is eager to unveil this new showing and says “She was the first female country singer to have a debut album sell one million copies in its first year, driven by her first #1 single “She’s in Love with the Boy.” And that was only her first milestone. This exhibit shares her story—from small-town roots to platinum albums.”