Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's enduring love story commenced in 1987 when they crossed paths at a demo recording session in Nashville. As struggling artists, they instantly connected. Brooks, promising Yearwood an opening slot in his shows once he secured a recording deal, remained true to his word.\r\n\r\nREAD: \u201cSopranos Star Michael Imperioli\u2019s Broadway Debut! Unveiling the Drama, A-List Cast, and Plan B\u2019s Bold Move in An Enemy of the People!\r\n\r\nDuring the initial thirteen years of their relationship, they cultivated a deep friendship marked by collaborations, joint stage performances, and contributions to each other's albums. Yearwood's debut single, 'She's In Love With The Boy,' featured backing vocals by Brooks, reciprocated when she appeared in Brooks' 'Ropin the Wind,' marking the first country album to reach the Billboard Top 200.\r\nGarth Brooks\r\nReflecting on their early days in 2009, Yearwood revealed to CMT, "We hit it off. But I had no idea he would turn out to be Garth Brooks!" Their first meeting occurred while Brooks was still married to Sandy Mahl, with whom he had three children\u2014Taylor, August, and Allie.\r\n\r\nBrooks, speaking on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, admitted to feeling a connection reminiscent of meeting his wife, despite being married for 13 months at the time. He expressed a genuine fondness for being in Yearwood's company.\r\n\r\nIn 2001, Brooks divorced Sandy Mahl, and he and Yearwood officially became a couple. Their journey culminated in marriage in 2005. As Brooks staged a comeback with his Vegas Residency Tour, Yearwood stood by his side, supporting him every step of the way.\r\n\r\nIn a 2021 appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Brooks likened their relationship to a duet, emphasizing the importance of harmonizing and making each other feel like a star. He humorously remarked, "If not, you're gonna turn into a solo act pretty damn quick, if you know what I mean."