Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are each amazing country music stars in their own right, with each of them putting out hit after hit over the years. However, much to the dismay of their fans, they have held off on releasing an album of duets: until now.
According to American News, Garth and Trisha will release their new album of duets entitled “Full Circle” on March 4. The album will feature some original songs, but also many covers including “After The Fire Is Gone,” which was originally performed in 1971 by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty. While the original is beautiful, Garth and Trisha’s is absolutely jaw dropping.
To pay tribute to Lynn, Garth and Trisha recently sat down with an interview with PBS to talk about what she has meant to them. The interview is for the upcoming special American Masters-Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl.
After all these years, fans never expected Garth and Trisha to do a duets album, so any interview they give talking about it is a surprise. SHARE this story if you can’t wait to hear their new songs!