Not all product of reality TV shows are really able to make a dent in the music industry, much less in music history, what with the number of reality TV shoes churning out talent after talent after talent. With the audience getting inundated with so many “talents”, making it big would really be a challenging task. Carrie Underwood is one of those who know just how cruel the music industry can be.
If you have been living under a rock and don’t know Carrie Underwood, well, let’s introduce you to her. Carrie Underwood rose to fame when she won the fourth season of the Amrican Idol which wrapped up last 2005. Originally from Oklahoma, she was able to be part of the American Idol when she auditioned in 2004 at Missouri. She wowed the judges, including Simon Cowell, with her rendition of the song, “Could’ve Been” by Tiffany during the Top 12 girls’ night. During the said competition, she also sang “Alone” by Heart which caused Cowell to predict that she would probably not just win the reality TV show contest but also outsell previous AI winners. Her debut album, Same Hearts, which was released in November 2005 was able to enter the Billboard charts after having sold more than 300,000 copies. It was considered to be the best selling album in the US for 2006 and the best selling country album for 2006 and 2007, still in the US. Her second album, Carnival Ride, on the other hand, was able to sell more than 500,000 copies during its first week. Underwood was more involved in the writing process of the second album. It was able to debut at number one at the Billboard 200 as well as on the Canadian Albums Chart.
Just recently, Carrie Underwood found herself once more on the top of the charts, this time the American Idol weekly airplay list. Her song, “Blown Away,” which was the carrier single of her fourth album of the same name, bested singles by Kelly Clarkson and recent American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips. In order to promote the said album, Underwood has jumped on her Blown Away Tour with her first appearance held at Nashville,at the Bridgestone Arena, last September 23. The show opened with the single, “Good Girl” which was followed by the catchy, “Undo It”. All through out her performance, Underwood has proven her ability to consistently deliver songs with her powerful voice.
Brad Paisley surprised the country singer when he also appeared on stage and sang with Underwood on their hit duet, “Remind Me”. The surprise got the singer so teary eyed that it took a few seconds for her to regain her composure. After that, it was powerful performance one after the other.
Although the concert focused on songs on her fourth album, crowd favorites from other albums were also featured. These included “Wasted” from her 2005 album, Some Hearts; “Last Name”, and “Jesus Take the Wheel”.
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