Trisha Yearwood is a female country singer who made her debut in 1991 with a self-titled album that sold approximately 2 million copies. She is the first female country artist to sell that many copies of her debut album.
Yearwood's single "She's in Love with the Boy", which comes from her debut album, was her first number one hit song. She produced eight more no. 1 hit songs including "Walkaway Joe" and "I Still Love You More." In 1997, she won a Grammy Award for her hit song "How Do I Live," which she recorded for the movie "Con Air," and which became Yearwood's signature song.