When you find your purpose, you just know it. As such, Trisha Yearwood considers music to be “more like a calling than a choice.” That becomes instantly apparent on her 2019 solo album, "Every Girl." The award-winning singer, artist and performer approaches these fourteen songs with the same freedom and fire first ignited at the dawn of her storied career, yet further fueled by a few years of well-earned wisdom. The album marked an important milestone. Other than the holiday duet album, "Christmas Together," with husband Garth Brooks, "Every Girl" closed a 12-year gap since the release of her last original solo record, "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love," in 2007.