Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are one of the most powerful couples in country music. Not only have they built successful careers as individuals, they have come together for several collaborations, and Yearwood has even joined her husband at dozens of live shows over the years.

The pair have become known for their undying support of each other and have gushed about their spouse in interviews on numerous occasions. It's hard not to say "aww" when you see these two!

How Did Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Meet?

Brooks and Yearwood first met in 1987. Both were young artists trying to land a record deal and make a name for themselves in Nashville. For the next 13 years the two remained friends and supported each other's career.

In addition to appearing on stage together a handful of times, they provided vocals for one another: Brooks sang backup on her self-titled debut album in 1991 and Yearwood's voice can be heard on his Ropin' the Wind album, which was released the same year.

Yearwood and Brooks won a Grammy for best country collaboration for their duet "In Another's Eyes." The song, their first duet, was featured on Yearwood's 1997 album (Songbook) A Collection of Hits.

When Did Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Get Married?

The powerhouse couple went public with their relationship in 2002. Brooks proposed to Yearwood in May 2005 and the two said "I do" in a small ceremony outside of Tulsa, Okla. on Dec. 10 of that same year.


30 Gushy Photos of Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Together

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are two peas in a pod. The pair not only support each other professionally, they are big fans of each other on a personal level, as well. Both of them have been known to gush about their spouse in interviews — they speak very highly of one another!

After tying the knot in 2005, the couple's love has grown over the years. Now, nearly 20 years later, Brooks and Yearwood are closer than ever. The two are partners in life, music and even a new business with the opening of Nashville's newest bar Friends in Low Places, which they curated.

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