About Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood is a country music superstar from Muskogee, OK. Growing up in music, Underwood would perform at her local church and festivals in different states. In 2005, Underwood had all but given up on making singing a profession when she quickly rose to fame as the winner of season four of the hit TV show, American Idol.
In late 2005, Underwood released her debut album, Some Hearts. It became the top selling female country album in 2005, 2006 and 2007, and has been certified six times platinum. Her lead single of that album was "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and spent six weeks at number one on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. She won multiple Grammy’s for that single and album.
In 2007 and 2009, Underwood released Carnival Ride and Play on, which were both a runaway success. Underwood’s single from Play On, "Cowboy Casanova," was her fastest selling single to date.
Underwood has won numerous awards including six Grammy Awards, sixteen Billboard Music Awards, eleven ACM Awards and eight AMA's. She is also the co-host of the CMA Awards with Brad Paisley held in Nashville each year!
Some Hearts (2005)
Carnival Ride (2007)
Play On (2009)
Blown Away (2012)
The American Country Countdown Awards officially returned on May 1 live from the Forum in Inglewood, CA. Here is a complete list of the winners from the evening:
Male Vocalist of the Year
Luke Bryan (WINNER)
Female Vocalist of the Year
Carrie Underwood (WINNER)
Group / Duo of the Year
A Thousand Horses
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line (WINNER)
Zac Brown Band
Breakthrough Male of the Year
Sam Hunt (WINNER)
Breakthrough Female of the Year
Kelsea Ballerini (WINNER)
Breakthrough Group / Duo of the Year
A Thousand Horses
Dan + Shay
Old Dominion (WINNER)
Song of the Year
“Stay a Little Longer” – Brothers Osborne
“Home Alone Tonight” – Luke Bryan feat. Karen Fairchild
“Strip It Down” – Luke Bryan
“Die a Happy Man” – Thomas Rhett (WINNER)
“Homegrown” – Zac Brown Band
Digital Song of the Year
“Girl Crush” – Little Big Town (WINNER)
“Kick the Dust Up” – Luke Bryan
“Die a Happy Man” – Thomas Rhett
Digital Album of the Year
Anything Goes – Florida Georgia Line
Montevallo – Sam Hunt (WINNER)
Tangled Up – Thomas Rhett
Touring Artist of the Year
Garth Brooks (WINNER)
Zac Brown Band
Album of the Year
Storyteller – Carrie Underwood
Traveller – Chris Stapleton (WINNER)
Kill the Lights – Luke Bryan
Montevallo – Sam Hunt
Jekyll + Hyde – Zac Brown Band
Artist of the Year
Florida Georgia Line
Luke Bryan (WINNER)
Carrie Underwood has added a slew of tour dates to her 2016 “Storyteller” Tour. The new dates kick off on September 4th in Spokane, WA.
Carrie Underwood is a country music superstar from Muskogee, OK. She rose to fame as the winner of season four of the hit TV show, American Idol. Underwood has won numerous awards including six Grammy Awards, sixteen Billboard Music Awards, eleven ACM Awards and eight AMA’s. She is also the co-host of the CMA Awards with Brad Paisley held in Nashville each year!
Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers will be joining her on tour in 2016.
2016 Carrie Underwood Fall Tour Dates
Sept. 4 — Spokane Wash. at Spokane Arena
Sept. 6 — Boise, Idaho at Taco Bell Arena
Sept. 8 — Seattle, Wash. at KeyArena at Seattle Center
Sept. 10 — San Jose, Calif. at SAP Center at San Jose
Sept. 13 — Bakersfield, Calif. at Rabobank Arena
Sept. 14 — Los Angeles, Calif. at Staples Center
Sept.20 — Dallas, Texas at American Airlines Center
Sept. 22 — Nashville, Tenn. at Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 24 — Columbia, S.C. at Colonial Life Arena
Sept. 26 — Roanoke, Va. at Berglund Center
Sept. 28 — Providence, R.I. at Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Sept. 29 — Manchester, N.H. at Verizon Wireless Arena
Oct. 1 — Hershey, Pa. at Giant Center
Oct. 4 — Indianapolis, Ind. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Oct. 5 — Milwaukee, Wis. at BMO Harris Bradley Center
Oct. 7 — Des Moines, Iowa at Wells Fargo Arena
Oct. 8 — Sioux Falls, S.D. at Denny Sanford Premier Center
Oct. 20 — Cincinnati, Ohio at U.S. Bank Arena
Oct. 22 — Charlottesville, Va. at John Paul Jones Arena
Oct. 23 — Charlotte, N.C. at Time Warner Cable Arena
Oct. 25 — New York, N.Y. at Madison Square Garden
Oct. 27 — Albany, N.Y. at Times Union Center
Oct. 28 — Uncasville, Conn. at Mohegan Sun Arena
Nov. 6 — Hamilton, Ontario, Canada at FirstOntario Centre
Nov. 9 — Rockford, Ill. at BMO Harris Bank Center
Nov. 11 — Evansville, Ind. at Ford Center
Nov. 13 — Memphis, Tenn. at FedExForum
Nov. 14 — Birmingham, Ala. at Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Nov. 16 — Tampa, Fla. at Amalie Arena
Nov. 17 — Sunrise, Fla. at BB&T Center
Nov. 22 — Wichita, Kan. at Intrust Bank Arena
Nov. 23 — Oklahoma City, Okla. at Chesapeake Energy Arena
Nov. 26 — Las Vegas, Nev. at T-Mobile Arena
Nov. 28 — West Valley City, Utah at Maverik Center
Get ready to ring in the New Year with Carrie Underwood.
ABC announced Wednesday that the country star will perform a number of her hits during “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest” in New York City’s Times Square.
Jenny McCarthy will report live from Times Square.
Underwood released her fifth studio album, Storyteller, last week.
More performers at the New Year’s concert will be announced at a later date. The special, which airs live, starts at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Carrie Underwood is hitting the road in 2016 with her ‘Storyteller’ tour and kicking it all off on January 30th in Jacksonville, FL.
The popular country music singer will be out in support of their new album, Storyteller.
The Storyteller Tour — Stories in the Round will be the singer’s first tour “in the round,” meaning the stage will sit in the center of the arena and fans will surround her. Easton Corbin and the Swon Brothers will handle opening duties.
Carrie Underwood is a country music superstar from Muskogee, OK. She rose to fame as the winner of season four of the hit TV show, American Idol. Underwood has won numerous awards including six Grammy Awards, sixteen Billboard Music Awards, eleven ACM Awards and eight AMA’s.
2016 Carrie Underwood ‘Storyteller’ Tour Dates
Jan. 30 — Jacksonville, FL at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Feb. 1 — Duluth, GA at Infinite Energy Arena
Feb. 3 — Greensboro, NC at Greensboro Coliseum
Feb. 5 — Louisville, KY at KFC Yum! Center
Feb. 17 — Pittsburgh, PA at CONSOL Energy Centery
Feb. 20 — Hampton, VA at Hampton Coliseum
Feb. 22 — Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
Feb. 23 — Boston, MA at TD Garden
Feb. 25 — Washington, DC at Verizon Center
March 11 — Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom at C2C Festival *
March 12 — London, England, United Kingdom at C2C Festival *
March 13 — Dublin, Ireland, United Kingdom at C2C Festival *
March 17 — Youngstown, OH at Covelli Centre
March 19 — Allentown, PA at PPL Center
March 22 — Auburn Hills, MI at Palace of Auburn Hills
March 24 — St. Louis, MO at Chaifetz Arena
March 26 — Lincoln, NE at 2 Pinnacle Bank Arena
March 29 — Colorado Springs, CO at Broadmoor World Arena
March 30 — Denver, CO at Pepsi Center
April 1 — Las Vegas, NV at ACM Party for a Cause Festival *
April 5 — Fresno, CA at Save Mart Center
April 8 — Reno, NV at Reno Events Center
April 10 — Oakland, CA at Oracle Arena
April 12 — Stockton, CA at Stockton Arena
April 14 — Phoenix, AZ at Talking Stick Resort Arena
April 16 — Las Cruces, NM at Pan American Center
April 18 — San Antonio, TX at AT&T Center
April 19 — Houston, TX at Toyota Center
April 22 — Bossier City, LA at CenturyLink Center
April 24 — Lafayette, LA at Cajundome
April 27 — Tulsa, OK at BOK Center
April 28 — N. Little Rock, AR at Verizon Arena
April 30 — Indio, CA at Stagecoach Festival
May 3 — Madison, WI at Kohl Center
May 5 — Green Bay, WI at Resch Center
May 7 — Grand Forks, ND at Ralph Engelstad Arena
May 10 — Casper, WY at Casper Events Center
May 12 — Billings, MT at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
May 15 — Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
May 17 — Rosemont, IL at Allstate Arena
May 18 — Cleveland, OH at Quicken Loans Arena
May 24 — Buffalo, NY at First Niagara Center
May 27 — Ottawa, Ontario at Canadian Tire Centre
May 28 — Toronto, Ontario at Air Canada Centre
May 30 — London, Ontario at Budweiser Gardens
All for the Hall is scheduled for October 6th at the Best buy Theatre in New York City. Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Vince Gill, and Emmylou Harris will headline the event.
Anything can happen at All for the Hall New York as the musicians are encouraged to forgo a setlist and pick tunes in the spur of the moment.
Proceeds in 2015 will support the museum’s education programs that are dedicated to the “enduring beauty and cultural importance of country music.
Article first appeared in Pollstar.
The CMT Music Awards are scheduled for June 10th at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. The awards show announced Eric Church, Jake Owen, Sam Hunt and Zac Brown Band will perform at the awards show.
Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan are also scheduled to perform.
The awards show will be aired on CMT at 8 PM.
The Watershed Music and Camping Festival is back for its fourth year in George, Washington. The 2015 event will be held from July 31st to August 2nd.
Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, and Dierks Bentley are set to headline the 3 day festival.
They will be joined by fellow country music stars: Gary Allan, Frankie Ballard, Easton Corbin, Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Jana Kramer, and Chris Young.
Get more information at www.WatershedFest.com
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