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.
Hunter Hayes’ recent Number One single “Wanted” is now earning him new fans among Top 40 listeners. In a video interview he explains that the song “was written to tell a girl how I felt about her. It didn’t actually work but I’m okay with that.”
She tells the crowd at her Atlantic City concert that “anything I make [from this show] is going right back into the community.”
Did you know that Carrie Underwood and late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon were once a singing duo? And that they specialized in countrified versions of songs by N.W.A., Dr. Dre, and Digital Underground?
This week, country music shows up on a range of shows including Leno, Fallon, “The Talk,” “The Voice,” and of course “Nashville.”
The two “American Idol” alums trade verses on “Can’t Stop Loving You,” which appears on the veteran rock band’s brand new album.
It involves a wife, a mistress, an unfaithful guy, a pair of matching automobiles, and…well, you’ll have to listen and find out.
The new set of shows begins in Colorado Springs, and Hunter Hayes is again signed on as Carrie’s opening act. In addition, Carrie got a bit ‘blown away’ herself today, too–find out why.
Hayden Panettiere has said her TV character is based, at least in part, on Carrie Underwood. So how does Carrie feel about that?
Watch Hunter Hayes stellar performance of ‘Wanted’ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show! See backstage scenes to find out what Hayes took with him as a souvenir!
Speculation was that it was based, at least in part, on Taylor Swift. Is that true?
The “Blown Away” singer isn’t the only one getting requests for “lip-to-lip” contact.
The nominations have been revealed for the 40th anniversary American Music Awards, which will take place at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, November 18. Country music will be well represented, as there will be four […]
He calls himself an “idiot,” and his fans “turkeys,” but worry not, it’s all in good fun.