On July 3rd, country music singer Trisha Yearwood will be featured in a new exhibit at The Country Music Hall of Fame.
This new exhibit featuring country star, Trisha Yearwood, located in the Country Music Hall of Fame, will be dedicated to her career. Running from July 3-December 2015, the exhibit will be called Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When. It will show the journey from Trisha’s move to Nashville where she attended Belmont University to major in music business to the country legend she is today.
Before fame, Yearwood worked giving tours at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and was a receptionist at a record company. Her exhibit will showcase her musical career as well as her life as a writer and TV host on Food Network. From She’s in Love With the Boy,Â to her incredible cooking show,Â Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, her exhibit will allow fans to better understand how Yearwood went from being a small-town, self-proclaimed Georgia Peach to selling platinum albums.
Yearwood is recognized as one of the top country female singers of the 1990s. She has won countless awards, including one from the County Music Association in 1997 for Female Vocalist of the Year, as well as her 1997 Grammy for Best Female Vocal Performance.
The exhibit is an excellent representation of Yearwood coming full circle from leading tours of the museum to being one of their most celebrated artists. Be sure to check it out!