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Trisha Yearwood is an award-winning country music artist known for such hits as 'She's in Love with a Boy' and 'I'm Still Alive.'
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In 1999, Yearwood and Reynolds divorced. The following year, she recorded "Real Live Woman" (2000), which featured the popular tracks "I'm Still Alive," "Try Me Again," and the Bruce Springsteen cover "Sad Eyes." Yearwood followed this personal album with 2001's love-themed "Inside Out" - a record that featured the hit "I Would've Loved You Anyway." She released "Jasper County" in 2005, and that same year, married friend and mentor Garth Brooks. Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love (2007) on Big Machine records. Two anthologies soon followed: 2007's Greatest Hits and 2008's Love Songs. In April of 2008, the star collaborated with her mother and sister to publish the cookbook entitled Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen.
Yearwood currently lives in Owasso, Oklahoma with musician Garth Brooks.
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