Trisha Yearwood found success early in her country music career with her debut single, "She's in Love with the Boy," which was released in March of 1991 and nabbed the No. 1 spot on the country charts. Her stellar vocals won the hearts of millions of fans, and she's gone on to sell more than 15 million albums worldwide.

Songs such as "Walkaway Joe," "Thinkin' About You" and "I Would've Loved You Anyway" were some of her big hits, but her most massive song thus far was released in 1997. That's when Yearwood recorded "How Do I Live" for the movie Con Air and scored a Grammys trophy due to its success. Yearwood also won Grammys for "I Fall to Pieces" (a country collaboration with Aaron Neville) and "In Another's Eyes" (a collaboration with her husband Garth Brooks).

Over the years, Yearwood's been out on the road often, but her most massive undertaking was her trek with Brooks, his 2014-2017 World Tour. It launched in September of 2014 and concluded in December of 2017; there were nearly 400 shows as part of the tour. As any fan who's seen her perform recently knows, she is still shining bright!

Click through the photo gallery above to see Yearwood performing live throughout the decades.