Both were just unsigned demo singers, and that’s what they were doing in Blazy’s attic studio on that fateful day.“We hit it off,” Yearwood would later say, according to CMT.
“But I had no idea he’d turn out to be Garth Brooks!
”Brooks said that when he got his record deal, she could open shows for him. It’s not clear if the demo they recorded turned into anything special — heck, Brooks didn’t even get paid! Yearwood, on the other hand, walked away with a crisp .
Even in 1987 dollars that’s barely enough to fill your gas tank.
The Friends In Low Places singer gushed: 'I've got to tell you, I never knew it could be like this. " I said "well it's strange, because I felt that feeling like when you just meet your wife, but I've been married for 13 months."'Brooks married Sandy Mahl on May 24, 1986. Brooks said he then met Yearwood in 1987, which he described as a conflicting experience: 'So you being married, it's got to be right.
I never knew that every day you can wake up and feel like this. Yearwood to thank.' Opening up: Garth Brooks makes an appearance on The Ellen De Generes Show on Friday, November 29, and tells Ellen how he met his wife, Trisha Yearwood, while still married to college sweetheart Sandy Mahl He said: 'Alright. This is who you went to college with and you were married in front of God and your family and everything,' he said.
Garth is active in the professional music career since 1985.
He played and sang in mainly clubs and bars during the initial phase.
This gained him fame and success in the country music industry.Garth faced negative comments from his fans when he denied performing in President Trump’s inauguration program.Presently, he isn’t part of any rumors or controversies that surround his personal or professional life. Furthermore, he released other 7 albums until 2001.Due to inability to maintain career and family, he retired in 2004.