Trisha Yearwood Columbus Tickets
One name that has certainly made an impression in the world of country music is, Trisha Yearwood. Her music has been described as strong and confident by the critics and she is known for her hit singles like, She’s is in Love With a Boy, Thinkin’ About You, Believe Me Baby (I Lied) and Perfect Love. She has come out with ten studio albums so far out of which two topped the Top Country Albums chart. Yearwood is also a member of the Grand Ole Opry and has won three Grammy Awards. The artist is now gearing up for her tour so book your Trisha Yearwood Columbus tickets and make your way to the Schottenstein Center to catch her performance live.
Trisha Yearwood is one of the most successful names in the world of country music. She caught the attention of people and critics when she made her debut in 1991. The artist has made valuable contributions to the music industry due to which she became a member of Grand Ole Opry and has sold more than twelve million albums according to the RIAA.
Records that Made Trisha Yearwood a Star
Ever since making her debut by coming out with her first self-titled studio album in 1991, Trisha Yearwood has been on fire releasing nothing but hits one after the other. She has come out with nine studio albums more since the release of ‘Trisha Yearwood’ out of which, ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Jasper County’ reached the top spot on the Top Country Albums. Both records tasted commercial and critical success and featured hit singles like, I Would’ve Loved You Anyway, Inside Out, Georgia Rain and Love Will Always Win.
Reaching to the Top
Trisha Yearwood is enjoying immense success in the music industry. She has not only established herself as a top country artist but has also tried her luck in acting and has starred in flicks like, ‘Ellen’ and ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Women.’ Apart from that, she has won two Academy of Country Music Awards and three Grammy Awards. Now the Georgia Music Hall of Fame inductee is going to hit the road. Get your Trisha Yearwood Columbus tickets if you want to catch her performance live at the Schottenstein Center.