Yearwood said it’s “so wonderful” she and Ronstadt became friends.
From the beginning of her career, Trisha Yearwood’s made no bones about it: Linda Ronstadt is her musical hero.
Through the years, the two have become friends, with the renowned “You’re No Good” singer recognizing the two-time CMA female vocalist of the year’s talent. Yearwood even filled in as a member of the Trio with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris when Ronstadt couldn’t make it to back up George Jones on “Where Grass Won’t Grow” on 1994’s “The Bradley Barn Sessions.”
All told, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ronstadt only has one tiny beef with the best-selling author and Food Network host: she’s never gotten to eat her cooking. But Yearwood is planning to fix that.
“We’ve been discussing