6 Songs Worth Remembering: Trisha Yearwood

We all love a good throwback, especially when it’s 90’s country.

We tend to hear some of the major hits on a regular basis. Like how many country artists cover “Friends in Low Places” during their set? A lot. What about those other hits that have gotten left behind?

My favorite moments are when an old song comes on that you haven’t heard in years, but you still know every word. It gets you feeling all nostalgic for three minutes and you can’t help but get lost with the song. It’s time to give some attention to those old songs and remember how much you loved them.

Trisha Yearwood was without a doubt one of the queens of 90’s country. Some of her most well-known include her first two number ones. She hit number 1 with her lead single, “She’s in Love with the Boy” in 1991 and had her second number one in 1995 with “XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl).” With twelve albums, she has so many other songs that don’t get near as much attention anymore.

Here are 6 songs worth remembering from Trisha Yearwood:

“Thinkin’ About You” – 1995

“Wrong Side of Memphis” – 1992

“There Goes My Baby” – 1998

“A Perfect Love” – 1998

“I Wanna Go Too Far” – 1995

“Walkaway Joe” – 1992