Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood perform ̵

6;Amazing Grace’ at the Inside Studio G concert aired on Brooks’ The Garth Channel on Sirius XM.

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Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have been married for over 15 years, and now they’re sharing the secret to a happy long-term relationship.

while the guest hosted “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Friday. Country music couples raise questions about love. One viewer asked, “What is the key to a long marriage?”

Brooks stepped up to provide advice with musical analogy.

“I think you have to act like a partner,” Brooks said. You have to make your partner feel like they’re the stars, and if not, you’ll quickly become a solo act. if you know what i mean We’re talking about a solo violin player, a bass solo.”

Yearwood agreed and offered her own constructive advice to another audience. who complained that her boyfriend’s loud video game kept her from sleeping at night.

“Every significant other has at least one annoying habit. Even if you’re in a perfect relationship And you have to come up with creative ways to deal with it.” “Makes me crazy”

“He told me to stop telling him not to whistle. because it would make his happiness disappear,” she added. “But after whistling the same song over and over for 3-4 hours, I did this by changing the melody. So I’ll start singing something else to get him off the track.”

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In February Brooks released a statement revealing that Yearwood was “under the utmost care” at home after contracting COVID-19, he said while he tested negative for the disease. Both Brooks and Yearwood have both been vaccinated.

Near the start of the pandemic, Yearwood and Brooks tried to entertain their fans. With virtual concerts on Facebook Live, fans are eager to tweak the overloaded website that fails over and over again.

Throughout the show, the husband and wife team were comfortable at home. performed a soulful and soulful “Inside Studio G” concert for fans to watch from their homes.

“We’re all in this together,” Brooks said after watching Yearwood sang “Amazing Grace” tearfully during the broadcast.

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Contributor: Brian Alexander; Dave Paulson, Nashville, Tennessee

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