To Celebrate Trisha Yearwood’s birthday, here are four of her biggest hits


Patricia Lynn Yearwood was born on September 19th in Monticello, Georgia. She released her debut album in 1991; since then she has gone on to become an actress, author, TV personality, and celebrity chef. Some of her career highlights include three Grammys, three ACM awards, an Emmy, and three CMA awards. She also would marry fellow country music legend Garth Brooks in 2005. In celebration of her birthday, here are four of her biggest hits.

“How Do I Live”

Written by Diane Warren and originally recorded by LeAnne Rimes, Yearwood would later record her own version and have the song featured in the movie Con Air. Billboard noted that Yearwood’s voice took the song to a different level and really expressed the longing for a loved one. This re-recorded version would go on to reach number 2 on the Billboard charts.

“That’s What I Like About You”

“That’s What I Like About You” was the third single off of Yearwood’s debut album Trisha Yearwood. It was actually written a year prior by Kevin Welch, Wally Wilson, and John Hadley, with James House recording it for his album. For one of her first singles, the song was a burst of honk-tonk nostalgia.

“She’s In Love With The Boy”

This lead single off of Trisha Yearwood was released in March of 1991 and written by John Ims. It would go on to become Yearwood’s first number 1 on the Billboard charts. The music video has an impressive 38 million views.

“XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl)”

Released in 1994, “XXX’s and OOO’s” was the lead single for Yearwood’s Thinkin’ About You. It would be her first number one hit since “She’s In Love With The Boy” and her second number 1 on the U.S. charts.

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