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Mar 27

Trisha Yearwood Prepares for a Busy Summer & Fall

Trisha Yearwood Prepares for a Busy Summer & Fall

Trisha Yearwood

Things are changing for Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. With Garth’s oldest daughter, Allie Colleen, set to graduate from high school this spring, they plan to see her off to college before launching his world tour this fall. Before hitting the road, Trisha has a few things to get done. She is currently on her own tour, working on a third cookbook, finishing up new music and planning the next season of the Food Network’s Trisha’s Southern Kitchen which will film this summer.

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Trisha has already talked with the Food Network about what her tour plans with Garth mean for her show as they won’t be able to set up in the same kitchen each day. “The Food Network has been wonderful,” she told The Tennessean.  ”I’m like, ‘I want to keep doing it because I’m loving it, but my life is getting ready to change. If you can figure out a way to change with me, then we can figure out what this is going to be.’ They’re totally open to suggestions. I’m not sure what it’s going to be yet, but I think it’s doable.”

Trisha hopes the tour will follow a similar pattern of Garth’s previous tours, which kept them in the same town for several days. If that happens, she will likely be able to do other things while in that city, such as film her show. She has also given herself a year-end deadline to finish her album so she can have new music to play while on the road with Garth.

“I’ve got a lot on my plate, but I can get it all done,” she told the paper. “I go to bed at night and I don’t go to sleep. I’m like, ‘I need to get up and I need to write down, I need to do this and I need to do that.’ There’s a lot up in the air at the moment, but it’s getting done. It’s busy but it’s good busy.”

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