Trisha Yearwood - "When We Were Still In Love"
She’s a platinum-selling, multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award winning vocalist with one of the most powerful voices in country music. From the moment her very first single debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country Singles Chart (“She’s In Love With The Boy” in 1991), she has charmed audiences with her warmth, wit and honesty. From selecting the songs that move her, to determining how she was “packaged” by the music industry, she has graciously but firmly stood her ground. As a singer, Trisha is a world-class interpreter of emotion, and that is something that I admire greatly.
She was once called "The Greatest Voice in Country Music" and that is something I believe to be true, at least for her generation of country music singer. She never has ventured far from her genre, but it just goes to prove the old adage: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". I hope she never does.
So today, with a wistful nod to the past and a hopeful look to the future, I choose Trisha Yearwood's "When We Were Still In Love" as my, get on down to it, find a way to walk on, live for the moment you're in, song for a, don't let heartache hold you back, embrace change - it is the only constant, find every little happiness along the way, Thursday.