Trisha Yearwood has always placed a premium on the musical part of her public persona, but this year, she's taken the production aspect of her concert tours to the next level. For the Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love Tour, she's added new visual elements intended to enhance the live experience.
"I really wanted to do something different this year for the fans, and for myself and the band, too," Trisha says. "This year we've been incorporating some music videos, including some video footage never seen before. Plus, you'll also see some photographs of all of us through the years — including many from the big-hair days! We just wanted to give the fans something extra."
For the moment, Trisha's not spending time on stage; instead, she's promoting another "extra" for the fans: her new cookbook, Georgia Cooking In An Oklahoma Kitchen. In fact, she won't be leaving her kitchen for another concert date until she appears at the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif., the first weekend of May.
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