Trisha Yearwood is adding another trophy to her extensive collection. The three-time Grammy Awards winner will be the newest recipient of the prestigious ASCAP Voice of Music Award, honoring her numerous musical achievements.

The award is given to "songwriters and artists whose music gives voice to the spirit of a generation" and possess a "unique style of creative genius that will inspire and enrich generations to come." Past recipients of the honor include George Strait, Amy Grant, Kenny Chesney and others.

Yearwood will receive the ASCAP Voice of Music Award at the 53rd annual ASCAP Country Music Awards, set to be held on Nov. 2 at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The event, which is invitation only, will also honor the songwriters and publishers of ASCAP's most-performed country songs from April 1, 2014, through March 31, 2015.

The year 2015 is shaping up to be a rewarding one for Yearwood: The country star, along with her husband, Garth Brooks, is also being inducted into Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame, during a special ceremony that will be held next month.

“Trisha and Garth are two great artists who represent what makes Nashville special,” Nashville Mayor Karl Dean says. “They are musicians. They are entrepreneurs. And they are generous community advocates. The way they care about Nashville is as inspiring as their music.

“… The city of Nashville is proud to recognize their accomplishments as individuals through inducting them into the Walk of Fame,” Mayor Dean continues, “and we are thrilled they will be our first husband-wife team to receive this honor."

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