After a self-imposed hiatus, country singer Trisha Yearwood will release her first album in four years, "Jasper County," on September 13
After a long hiatus, during which she had a hard time finding tunes, Trisha Yearwood finally is back. This time the country singer brings in hand something special for her fanatics, which is an album. Dubbed "Jasper County," the album is her 4th, which also marks her 11th release for MCA Nashville.
Produced by Garth Fundis, who has worked on many of her albums, for the work Yearwood also involves such writers, as Beth Nielsen Chapman, Al Anderson, Anthony Smith and Leslie Satcher. As for the album's first single, the star has pointed her finger on the currently No. 17 on the Hot Country Songs chart, "Georgia Rain."