During the show, Trisha talks about the release of her latest album, Every Girl, her first country album in 12 years. She says, “Music is what feeds my soul and I promise I won’t let another 12 years pass again.” Trisha reveals that “Every Girl In This Town” is one of her favorite songs off her new album because she really resonates with its messaging citing, “We’re not always perfect, we all have flaws, we all have problems and its okay.”
She also discussed her work with Cracker Barrel’s Five Decades, One Voice campaign in honor of their 50th anniversary and shared her thoughts on Lauren Alaina competing on the next season of Dancing with the Stars. She even reflects on her own dancing skills, saying “It depends on how much wine I’ve had.”
Yearwood and Brown threw it back to her first number one song, “She’s In Love With The Boy,” which topped the charts in 1991. Not only was this her first number one song, but it was the first single she ever released. Trisha says she even remembers where she was when she heard the big news. You’ll also hear about her major musical influences including, Emmylou Harris and Reba McEntire, and her thoughts on the evolution of country music.
“The envelope is not small, you know, like there’s room for everybody… Somebody who likes a more traditional sound, they can find that in country music, somebody who likes a more pop sound, they can find that in country music, and everything in between.”
Later in the episode, Trisha unveiled her go-to Karaoke song, her biggest pet-peeve, and her favorite episode from the upcoming season of “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” which debuts on September 28th on The Food Network. As she heads out on her first solo tour in five years, she’s both nervous and excited. Every Girl on Tour will be hitting 22 cities in the US kicking off on October 3rd.