October 3, 2019 (Nashville, TN) – Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning country superstar Trisha Yearwood kicked off her highly anticipated solo tour Every Girl On Tour tonight with the Nashville Symphony. During opening night of the special three-night engagement held at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Yearwood performed an array of music from her biggest hits to selections from her most recent albums Every Girl and Let’s Be Frank.
The night began with songs from Yearwood’s critically acclaimed album Let’s Be Frank, a collection of the singer’s favorite songs by Frank Sinatra. Backed by the 70-piece orchestra conducted by Enrico Lopez-Yanez, Yearwood poured her heart into some of her favorites from the American songbook including “Witchcraft,” “Come Fly With Me,” “One For My Baby,” and “I’ll Be Seeing You.”
The second half of the show brought both nostalgia and excitement when Yearwood showcased her most popular hits as well as tracks from her latest album, Every Girl. Joined by her longtime band and the Nashville Symphony, Yearwood started with her current radio hit “Every Girl In This Town” and concluded the night with a moving rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Following the show, Yearwood went live on Facebook to talk about the first stop of the tour, her nerves, and if she forgot any lyrics. Watch HERE:
From “She’s In Love With a Boy” and “Walkaway Joe” to the latest from Every Girl, the all-encompassing performance was the perfect way to kick off Every Girl On Tour.
The 22-city trek continues throughout the United States with stops in New York, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Fort Worth, Minneapolis and Jacksonville. Tickets are on sale now.