Trisha Yearwood is "Every Girl" on new album coming August 30

Gwendolyn RecordsTrisha Yearwood’s first all-new country album in more than a decade will arrive August 30.  It's called Every Girl, in a nod to its lead single.

The two-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year revealed the news ahead of schedule on her socials.

“My album cover was leaked early,” Trisha posted. “So I said to myself - dust yourself off, put your lipstick on, you've got this baby!”  -- quoting the lyrics of “Every Girl in This Town.” 

“I want you to see it from me,” she added, along with the new artwork, which features a casual snapshot of a smiling Trisha in a white top against a white background.

Every Girl is Trisha’s first full-length country album of all-new material since 2007’s Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love. Earlier this month, the lead single, “Every Girl in This Town,” marked her highest chart debut ever in her nearly-thirty-year career.

Trisha kicks off her Every Girl on Tour dates on October 3, with three nights at Music City’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center with the Nashville Symphony.

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