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Jerrod Niemann & Morgan Petek Divorce After 4 Years of Marriage

Nash Country Daily has confirmed that Jerrod Niemann and Morgan Petek have divorced after more than four years of marriage.
Morgan filed for divorce on June 18, 2018, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
The divorce became final on December 17, 2018.
According to the final divorce decree, Jerrod paid his wife a “$170,000 cash lump sum.” Both parties retained their personal cars, while Morgan assumed total possession of a Nashville house she paid the mortgage on. Jerrod was awarded assets in a family trust, including a Nashville property. Neither party is entitled to alimony or spousal support. Jerrod retained complete ownership of the two LLCs related to his music career.
The couple, which married in October 2014 in Puerto Rico, do not have any children together.
Jerrod released his most recent album, This Ride, in 2017. He has scored a trio of Top 10 hits over the last decade, including “Lover, Lover,” “What Do You Want” and “Drink to That All Night.”

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com


Source: Country Weekly

Trisha Yearwood Hosts “Let’s Be Frank” Album Release Party in NYC [Photo Gallery]

Trisha Yearwood Hosts “Let’s Be Frank” Album Release Party in NYC [Photo Gallery]

Trisha Yearwood released her first full-length studio album in more than 10 years on Feb. 15 with Let’s Be Frank, a collection of tune made famous by Frank Sinatra.
Trisha recorded 11 of Sinatra’s tracks live with a 55 piece orchestra at the iconic Capitol Records building in Hollywood using Sinatra’s microphone and sitting on the same stool where he sat while recording the originals.
With a recording career that spanned more than 50 years—and 59 albums—Sinatra’s catalog of work is formidable, but, as Trisha says, she went with her instincts when creating her collection.
“I went through and kind of highlighted classic Frank songs that you have to do—and then my favorite songs that I have to do,” says Trisha. “And I remember the first sit-down meeting with [producer] Don Was, and he said, ‘Ok, right now, just write down 12 songs. If you had to pick 12, what would they be?’ And, honestly, this album turned out to be 11 of the 12! And the twelfth song ended up being an original song [“For the Last Time”] that I wrote with Garth, which I never intended to be on the record. It just kind of found its way because it seemed to fit.”
To celebrate the release of the new album, Trisha hosted a signing party at William Sonoma in New York City on Feb. 14, performed at NYC’s Rainbow Room and stopped by Live With Kelly & Ryan on Feb. 15.
Check out our photo gallery from Trisha’s album signing party in NYC, courtesy of Steven Bergman, AFF-USA.com.

Let’s Be Frank Track List

“Witchcraft”
“Drinking Again”
“All the Way”
“Come Fly With Me”
“Over the Rainbow”
“One for My Baby”
“They All Laughed”
“If I Loved You”
“The Man That Got Away”
“The Lady Is a Tramp”
“For the Last Time”
“I’ll Be Seeing You”


Source: Country Weekly