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Current Single

Blown Away, the title track of Carrie Underwood's fourth album which has held the #1 position for five consecutive weeks on Billboard's Top Country Albums Chart, has been selected as her current single.

Carrie’s new duet with Aerosmith Can’t Stop Loving You from their new album Music From Another Dimension s now available to download on iTunes and Amazon. You can purchase it here from iTunes and here from Amazon. It’s a amazing song and even Carrie reminded us to go and get it by tweeting a few hours ago

Don’t forget, the new Aerosmith album is coming out tomorrow! And I’m on it! Crazy!!! #dreamcometrue#bucketlist

Critically Acclaimed Tour Plays to Capacity Crowds This Fall In 55 Arenas
40 New Shows Added In 2013 Red Cross Donation Continues For Disaster Relief

Superstar Carrie Underwood will continue her critically acclaimed “Blown Away Tour” in 2013 with an additional 40 North American dates beginning February 13 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Following an international run in June, this will bring the tour’s combined total to over 100 shows. Hunter Hayes will continue as special guest. “The Blown Away Tour” is presented and hydrated by vitaminwater® and promoted by AEG Live. Tickets will be available for the 2013 dates in select markets beginning Friday, Nov. 2; check local venues for exact on sale date information. Please go to Home · The Official Carrie Underwood Fan Club for additional on sale information.

Superstar Carrie Underwood will continue her critically acclaimed “Blown Away Tour” in 2013 with an additional 40 North American dates beginning February 13 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Following an international run in June, this will bring the tour’s combined total to over 100 shows. Hunter Hayes will continue as special guest. “The Blown Away Tour” is presented and hydrated by vitaminwater® and promoted by AEG Live. Tickets will be available for the 2013 dates in select markets beginning Friday, Nov. 2; check local venues for exact on sale date information. Please go to Home · The Official Carrie Underwood Fan Club for additional on sale information.

Carrie’s two previous headline tours, 2008’s “Carnival Ride Tour” and 2010’s “Play On Tour,” performed for a combined total of nearly 250 shows with 2.2 million fans in attendance, and she wrapped both years as the top-ranked female country touring artist.
Later this week, Carrie and Brad Paisley will co-host the The 46th Annual CMA Awards for the fifth time, where Carrie is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year. The CMA’s will air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Thursday, November 1, at 8 PM ET, on ABC.
In addition to her CMA nomination for Female Vocalist, Carrie is also a double-nominee for the upcoming American Music Awards, up for Favorite Female Artist – Country, as well as Favorite Album – Country, for Blown Away. Airing November 18 on ABC, the American Music Awards are fan-voted, with online balloting underway now at Vote – American Music Awards –
Carrie’s Blown Away album made history this spring by debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart, making Carrie only the second country artist in the 47-year history of the chart to have each of their first four albums debut at No. 1. Blown Away also debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, making Carrie only the second country artist in history to have three consecutive albums debut at No. 1. Blown Away became country’s best-selling digital album debut since 2010 and has now sold a million copies. The album’s first two singles, “Good Girl” and “Blown Away,” both reached No. 1 status earning her a total of three weeks atop the country airplay charts in 2012, more than any other female country artist this year.

Please visit for up to date information on “The Blown Away Tour.”
New 2013 dates for “The Blown Away Tour”:
2-13 Colorado Springs, CO — Colorado Springs World Arena
2-14 Broomfield, CO — 1STBANK Center
2-17 Boise, ID — Taco Bell Arena
2-19 Billings, MT — MetraPark
2-21 Spokane, WA — Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
2-22 Yakima, WA — Yakima Sundome
2-25 Oakland, CA — Oracle Arena
2-26 Stockton, CA — Stockton Arena
3-2 Las Vegas, NV — Mandalay Bay Events Center
3-3 Ontario, CA — Citizens Business Bank Arena
3-5 Fresno, CA — Save Mart Center
3-8 Rio Rancho, NM — Santa Ana Star Center
3-21 Richmond, VA — Richmond Coliseum
3-23 Roanoke, VA — Roanoke Civic Center
3-25 Hershey, PA — Giant Center
3-26 Buffalo, NY — First Niagara Center
3-28 Hamilton, ON — Copps Coliseum
3-30 Kingston, ON — K-Rock Centre
4-2 St. John, NB — Harbour Station
4-9 Portland, ME — Cumberland County Civic Center
4-11 Youngstown, OH– Covelli Centre
4-13 Lansing, MI — Breslin Student Events Center
4-14 Ft. Wayne, IN — Allen County Memorial Coliseum
4-16 Greenville, SC — BiLo Center
4-17 Columbia, SC — Colonial Life Arena
4-19 Augusta, GA — James Brown Arena
4-20 Jacksonville, FL — Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
4-23 Houston, TX — Toyota Center
4-25 San Antonio, TX — Freeman Coliseum
4-27 Cedar Park, TX — Cedar Park Center
4-29 Lafayette, LA — Cajundome
5-2 Bloomington, IL — U.S. Cellular Coliseum
5-3 Milwaukee, WI — BMO Harris Bradley Center
5-5 Toledo, OH — Huntington Center
5-8 Charleston, WV — Charleston Civic Center
5-10 Rockford, IL — BMO Harris Bank Center
5-12 Omaha, NE — CenturyLink Center
5-13 Sioux City, IA — Tyson Events Center
5-15 Winnipeg, MB — MTS Centre
5-18 Edmonton, AB — Rexall Place

Credit – Carrie Underwood Official


Missed Carrie Underwood’s show in Bridgeport last month? “The Blown Away Tour” is stopping by Connecticut again on November 10th for a SOLD OUT show at the XL Center in Hartford! Even better, it has just been announced that Carrie Underwood is also going to be the latest artist to play 96.5 TIC’s Acoustic Café!

The country star will play an exclusive and intimate show for her fans at the Rocking Horse Saloon in downtown Hartford on November 10th.

The former American Idol contestant has risen to become a certified Platinum recording artist and one of the top American Country acts of today! Released last spring, Underwood’s latest album, Blown Away, reached number one on the Billboard Top 200 chart and Country Albums chart in only its first week!

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear Carrie Underwood perform new hits, “Good Girl,” and “Blown Away,” as well other favorites in this exclusive acoustic performance! Keep listening to 96.5 TIC to find out how you can attend this special event!

Credit – 96.5 TIC

Country songbird Carrie Underwood is looking forward to the holidays. She returns to the BOK Center on Nov. 21, just in time for Thanksgiving.

“Coming back to Oklahoma for concerts is always exciting – I’m definitely looking forward to it,” she said during a recent telephone interview.

But like any family holiday, she also gets the jitters.

“I cross the state line, and I definitely feel like I’m at home,” she said. “I’ve spent so much time around Tulsa my whole life, so when I’m in Tulsa, even though it’s an hour away from my parents house and my hometown, and that’s why all of this still feels like home,” she said, then paused.

“I have to add, there still feels like there’s a little added stress because we generally have so many family members and friends coming to those shows.

“I’m like ‘Where are your tickets, where are your tickets?’ ‘When are you going to get here?’ ‘Yes, I want to say hi to you, don’t leave without saying hi!’ So, yeah, it can get a little hectic sometimes.”

Whether her husband will join her also adds a bit of stress, she admitted.

“The lockout with the NHL is still happening, so there’s no telling if he’ll be with me or not. Honestly, he wants to play hockey, so that’s what I hope he’s doing. That’s his job.”

Thankfully, the couple have three weeks to figure out their plans for the Tulsa tour stop.

Thursday night, however, Underwood will be in Nashville as a co-host, performer and nominee in the Country Music Association Awards show. For the fifth year, she’ll join Brad Paisley at 7 p.m. Thursday on the ABC network as the gala is broadcast live from Nashville.

Both are well-known for their senses of humor – “I told Brad I’d kill him if he pranked me on that stage,” she said.

“But, boy, we have a lot of fun. It’s fun to be the ones that get up there and drive the bus, so to speak. It makes me not worry about performances or nominations. … He’s actually always been a perfect gentleman on those days, which I really appreciate.”

She’s also nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year, a competitive category that pits her against Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, Martina McBride and Kelly Clarkson.

One of her favorite moments in recent years was when Hank Williams Jr. walked onstage last year to poke fun at himself during a parody of Williams’ hit “Are You Ready for Some Football?”

“That was a really cool moment, to stand there with him, he’s a legend, and Brad and I couldn’t keep a straight face. Hank is really funny. That was a really cool moment,” she said.

The laughs during the awards show feel spontaneous because many of them are, she added.

“Yeah, we wear many hats. A lot of it is scripted, but not down to the word, like we don’t always say what’s on the Teleprompter, so I think that helps us stay more off-the-cuff. … I think we get better every year and have more fun with it every year because we know what to expect.”

Co-hosting the CMA Awards isn’t a gig she or Paisley are ready to end, either, she said.

“It’s a good thing to do, so we’ll be doing it as long as they’ll let us.”

After Thursday night’s awards show, Underwood goes back on tour.

‘Blown Away’
The whirlwind of her daily life and the tornado scene from her latest hit, “Blown Away” makes a real appearance in her stage show, she said.

“I don’t want to give away all of our tricks, but we do have some pretty big things to re-create that environment onstage,” she said. “Lots of tanks and fans and CO2 tanks to carry around with us, yeah, really. So we get that visual happening.”

Even her ticket sales contribute to the night’s overall theme, she said.

The American Red Cross gets $1 for every ticket sold, she said.

“We can have the whole storm theme going throughout the show, and the Red Cross has helped so many people in need after storms like these, so we thought it would be a really good tie-in to do something for local communities all over the United States.

“It’s fun to pass that check over at the end of the tour.”

She also plans on playing plenty of new music, along with her hits, she said. Also, opening act Hunter Hayes will join her onstage for a duet.

“He’s so amazingly talented. We wanted to have that special moment together on stage because it always amazes me how everyone reacts to him and to us when we’re together. I look forward to that moment every night.”

Her wardrobe changes are another thing that she – and fans – look forward to every night. She breaks her concert into four “sets,” plus an encore. So, that’s five wardrobe changes every night.

“We make everything really easy – we’ll make really complicated outfits then put one zipper in them. So it looks complicated, but it’s really not.

“There are two people under the stage that are helping me like get my clothes off and put new clothes on. It’s organized chaos, definitely.”

She also doesn’t wear the same outfits more than one night in a row.

“I don’t want to wear the same clothes to work every single day. Also, when people come to see a second or third show, they won’t see the same thing. Wardrobe definitely helps keep it all different.”

Credit -Tulsa World

For the fifth straight year, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will co-host the CMA Awards airing live from Nashville on Nov. 1 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The duo phoned EW this afternoon for a quick chat on what we can expect.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Brad, earlier today, we posted an interview with your wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, who begins a recurring role on ABC’s Nashville tonight. I understand she’ll be presenting at the CMAs with Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. Will we see you and Carrie do a pre-taped bit with the cast of Nashville?

BRAD PAISLEY: That would be cool, but uh, no, we aren’t doing that.

CARRIE UNDERWOOD: Way to bring it up now.

EW Daily Poll: Disney buys Lucasfilm: Thoughts?

PAISLEY: Yeah, great idea. It’s too late to do it.

What can you tease about what you have cooked up for us this year?

PAISLEY: Well, we got some rip-roaring comedy we’re hopin’ to unleash on ya. We’ll see. We have been workin’ really hard on this script. I think it’s really funny. I think we’re takin’ some risks, which is fun. It’s very physical this year, which is all I’m sayin’. It oughta be funny.

UNDERWOOD: We’re gonna get physical.

PAISLEY: Not like Olivia Newton-John, but kinda physical.

UNDERWOOD: We’re gonna be doing some things that I don’t think people would really expect us to do. We want to keep people on their toes, not just do your standard monologue. We feel like we’ve done so well in the past and felt so confident in our jobs as hosts, we just really want to take it to that next level.

And how many costume changes this year, Carrie?

UNDERWOOD: I’m not sure exactly how many. I’m actually headed to the arena in a few minutes to check everything out and see what I have time for. But a lot. [Laughs]

And Brad? How many for you? I don’t want to leave you out of this conversation.

PAISLEY: I am planning on several costume changes. But I’m just gonna wear the various things I debated on wearing for Halloween. I’m gonna be a Star Wars character at first.

UNDERWOOD: Then Captain America.

PAISLEY: Then Captain America for a little while.

UNDERWOOD: Then he even comes out dressed as me.

PAISLEY: Carrie Underwood at one point. [Underwood laughs.] They’ll be talkin’ about it, I think. It’ll make the People‘s best-dressed thing.

Speaking of Star Wars, on your Virtual Reality Tour, Brad, you’ve been introducing your band with a jam set to a sci-fi-themed cartoon, which you animated yourself, that includes nods to Star Wars and Star Trek. How do you feel about the news that Disney is buying Lucasfilm and planning on more Star Wars movies?

PAISLEY: I’m more excited than anybody. I cannot wait. I’m friends with a lot of people at Disney. It’s a great place for that.

UNDERWOOD: You should be in it.

PAISLEY: I should be in it.

UNDERWOOD: Let’s put the word out now.

PAISLEY: I’m gonna make a phone call as soon as we’re done. is happy to help. Do you have a pitch?

PAISLEY: Yes. I believe, actually, that the Force is strong with me. It’s very strong with me. I want to be in, like, the next Cantina Band. Even if it means wearing a prosthetic alien face, I don’t care. I’ll know it’s me.

UNDERWOOD: I see you more as a Wookie.

PAISLEY: You do?

UNDERWOOD: I do. Or an Ewok.

PAISLEY: Either way. I’ll do anything. I don’t care. Yeah, I’m an Ewok. Whatever you want me to be.

Credit – Music-Mix

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