“See You Again,” she says, “takes a positive spin on moving on out of this life, on death.”
No sooner had Carrie Underwood played the final notes on her Blown Away Tour (which concluded last night in Abbottsford, British Columbia), then did she turn her attention to her home state of Oklahoma.
Taylor Swift was up for Record of the Year at the 55th GRAMMY Awards Sunday night, but she lost out to Gotye and Kimbra for their infectious hit “Somebody That I Used To Know.”
“This past year I’ve had the pleasure of being on the road with one of the greatest voices in the world period,” Hunter Hayes said as he introduced six-time GRAMMY Award winner Carrie Underwood.
The songwriting team of Josh Kear and Chris Tompkins have done it again. After landing their first GRAMMY together for writing Carrie Underwood’s 2008 hit “Before He Cheats,” they landed another one this year for Carrie’s smash 2012 hit “Blown Away.”
After the uptempo pop fun of “Good Girl,” the first single from her 2012 album Blown Away, Carrie Underwood chose a song of a different color for her next one.
The list of performers at this year’s GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 10 is growing. In addition to the previously announced names, including Taylor Swift, the Black Keys, fun., Mumford & Sons, and Rihanna, you can now add Carrie Underwood. […]
What does a megastar like Carrie Underwood get her famous hockey husband, Mike Fisher, for Christmas?
With a narrative centering around infidelity and murder, Carrie Underwood’s new single, “Two Black Cadillacs,” isn’t exactly a lighthearted number. But it sure is compelling.
It involves a wife, a mistress, an unfaithful guy, a pair of matching automobiles, and…well, you’ll have to listen and find out.