Fresh off the biggest add day of her career for the single "Every Girl In this Town," Trisha Yearwood announced the Aug. 30 release of Every Girl, her first solo country album since 2007's Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love.
"My album cover was leaked early. So I said to myself - dust yourself off, put your lipstick on, you've got this baby," she wrote on Instagram. "I want you to see it from me, #EveryGirl, the album out August 30th! Album pre-order coming soon xo."
The celebrity cook and '90s country legend's new role as a modern hit-maker should be furthered by her 12th studio album. A track list making the rounds on Twitter includes fresh material, plus covers of Gretchen Peters ("The Matador") and Ashley McBryde ("Bible and a .44").
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In a chat with Jenna Bush Hager on Today, Yearwood shared that the unlikelihood of "Every Girl in This Town's" success made for a relatively stress-free trip to the studio.
"There is that freedom of being a little bit older," Yearwood says. "I'm a 54-year-old woman in country music. We're struggling to get women played on the radio. I really didn't think about it at all. I just wanted to go in the studio and have fun and make records and do what I enjoy."
A 22-city fall tour follows the album's release. Yearwood's Every Girl on Tour trek kicks off with a three-night run at Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center (Oct. 3-5) and wraps up on Nov. 8 in Naples, Florida.