TRISHA YEARWOOD AND THE TWO GARTHS

Twelve years ago, Trisha Yearwood started out her career with producer Garth Fundis on her first album. Then, her friend Garth Brooks helped her out by asking her to open for him at a concert.

Now, Trisha's back in the studio with both Garths – Fundis is back in his role as producer and Brooks is helping her with songwriting.

"He [Brooks] and I have written some things – but nothing yet so far that's going to be on the record," Trisha recently told reporters, adding that she's working with some other writers as well.

"I believe there's potential there," she continues. "I think I have something to say. If it's not for this album, then maybe one down the road."

Trisha also says that she doesn't have a date set in stone for her next album, although "it will probably be out next spring, if I'm lucky."

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