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Fly Her to the Moon

On her first new album in 12 years, Trisha Yearwood tackles songs associated with Frank Sinatra. The country singer talks Let’s Be Frank (out Feb. 15) and writing with husband Garth Brooks.

HIGH HOPES: OVERCOMING HER NERVES ABOUT TACKLING OL’ BLUE EYES

I’m not a nervous person. I get nervous in my life, but as far as singing goes, I pretty much know how to do that. But if you were interviewing my husband,

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