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Trisha Yearwood

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Trisha Yearwood

Trisha Yearwood is one of the biggest names in Country music, and has won numerous awards. They include CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, and a Grammy for her recording of "How Do I Live" from the movie Con-Air, in which she defeated the LeAnn Rimes version.

Trisha has been my special guest on "Red Hot & Country" on three occasions. Back in 1995, she joined me on Oasis 96.6FM, whilst she was touring Britain with Emmylou Harris and Marty Stuart. We hooked up again, for two programmes on Century 106FM, in 1998.

She returned to the UK in September 2000, and played a magnificent concert at The Royal Albert Hall, in London, on the 25th. She was joined by Kim Richey on three songs, including Kim's composition "Believe Me Baby (I Lied)" and Paul Anka's "It Doesn't Matter Anymore".

It was backstage, after the show, at the Royal Albert Hall, where we posed for this photo. She looked as lovely as ever, and I displayed my new 'shorter' hairstyle, for the first time!

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