Trisha Yearwood is being honored by the Country Music Hall of Fame. A new exhibition about the Country superstar’s life and music opened at the Nashville museum this week. Trisha and husband Garth Brooks were both on hand at its premiere Tuesday night. Among the mementos on display at the exhibit are Trisha’s wedding dress from her 2005 wedding to Brooks, some of her Grammy and CMA awards and her special edition Barbie doll. “Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When”
Yearwood’s Mother Loved The Grand Ole Opry Before Singer Was A Member. Yearwood’s Mom and Dad supported her wholeheartedly in her career choice. In fact, her Mom was a huge music fan, and had entries in her diary about the first time she attended the Grand Ole Opry. When Yearwood was inducted into the Opry family, her mom brought that diary and managed to get some of the singers she saw that first night to autograph it for her. The diary is in the exhibit “Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When” at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.