The country music duo has lived in Owasso, Ok. since 2003 in order for Brooks to be close to his three daughters while growing up. Now that the youngest of Brook's daughters will be entering college in the fall, there is no reason to hang around Ok. when Nashville is calling.
Brooks retired from country music in 2001 through 2009. In 2001 he entered into a residency in Las Vegas at the Wynn Theater that ended in 2013.
Yearwood has been busy with her new cooking show, "Trisha's Southern Cooking," that airs on the Food Network. She has also published a cookbook titled, "Home Cooking." In addition to her cooking duties, Trisha is out on tour for the latter part of March and April. Click here to see the concert schedule.
Both of these artists are in demand to record new music and it appears that they are both ready to do just that with announcing a move back to Nashville.
Brooks will be heading to Ireland this summer for a concert series that is being billed as his "Comeback Special Event" that will run from July 25-29, 2014 in Dublin.
Along with the move to Nashville, and the current concerts this country duo have put together for the spring and summer, it shouldn't be long before we hear some new music from both Yearwood and Brooks.