Country Star Trisha Yearwood Brings Her First Headlining Tour in Five Years to the Taft This Weekend

Yearwood's 14th album, 'Every Girl' — her first all-new and original studio effort in 12 years — was released in late August and features a duet with Don Henley on a song written by former Cincinnati Bengals player Mike Reid

click to enlarge Trisha Yearwood - Photo: Russ Harrington
Photo: Russ Harrington
Trisha Yearwood

Country music superstar Trisha Yearwood is currently on her first headlining tour in five years. The 22-date trek brings her to Cincinnati this weekend for a show at the Taft Theatre on Saturday (Oct. 26). Kim Richey opens the concert at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets ($50- $128) are still available; visit for details.

The tour is dubbed "Every Girl On Tour" in honor of her latest album, Every Girl, which was released in August. It's her first album of new material since 2007's Heaven; last year she released an album tribute to Frank Sinatra, Let's Be Frank. She has spent the past few years touring the world with her husband, Garth Brooks.

The new album features several guest vocalists, including Brooks, Kelly Clarkson, Patty Loveless and Don Henley, who sings with Yearwood on album closer "Love You Anyway," which was written by veteran songwriter and former Cincinnati Bengals player Mike Reid.

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