The world of music suffers another big loss as 2016 comes to a close with the death of singer George Michael on Sunday (Dec. 25). Many stars are paying tribute to the pop star, including country music's own Carrie Underwood.
Grammy Awards voters don’t think like ACM and CMA voters. Sales figures and the number of No. 1 singles don’t help an artist or song’s chances at winning a Grammy. In fact, in country music, they often hurt your chances.
Carrie Underwood performed the final date of her Storyteller Tour on Monday night (Nov. 28), and the singer shared her appreciation for her fans — and openers the Swon Brothers and Easton Corbin — on social media.
Carrie Underwood is a card-carrying superstar, but she still gets starstruck. The singer — officially 2016's Female Vocalist of the Year after the CMA Awards — says being on stage in front of so many incredibly talented country legends left her beside herself the night of the cere…