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New Trisha Yearwood single coming

Monday, July 2, 2007 – Trisha Yearwood's first single for her new label is set for a July 30th airplay date. "Heaven, Heartache And The Power Of Love" is the first song released from her upcoming Big Machine Records album of the same name. It will be the first studio recording from Yearwood since 2005. The album is produced by Yearwood's long-time producer Garth Fundis.

A clip of the new single on her website (www.trishayearwood.com) and her MySpace page (www.myspace.com/trishayearwood) will be available July 13th.


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CD review - PrizeFighter: Hit after Hit Trisha Yearwood is better known these days for being on the Food Network for her cooking show and publishing cookbooks plus being Mrs. Garth Brooks than she is for her own recording career. "Prizefighter" is a greatest hits collection plus with 10 hits and 6 new songs, going all the way back with her career song and debut single, "She's in Love With the Boy," which still resonates 23 years later. There are the upbeat ("XXXs and OOO's" and "Heaven, ...
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