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Carrie Underwood

Underwoods rise to fame came after winning the fourth season of American Idol in 2005, launching the singer into country-music stardom. After the victory and the subsequent Idols Live Tour, Underwood released her debut single Inside Your Heaven" which immediately debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the only country single of the decade to do so. The singers debut maintained much the same appeal, Some Heart released in 2005 sold over 300,000 copies in its first week, stayed in the chart for over two years and eventually certified platinum seven times over.

As a result the singer became highly acclaimed and received an intimidatingly-high number of coveted awards including Single Record of the Year for Jesus, Take the Wheel from the Academy of Country Music, a Dove Award from the Gospel Music Association and five trophies courtesy of the Billboard Music Awards among many others. Into 2007 the singer was still releasing singles from her debut album including Wasted and after a couple of Grammy wins the same year she issued her sophomore release Carnival Ride in October 2007.

Carnival Ride which debuted at No. 1, produced the four hit singles So Small, All American Girl, Last Name and Just A Dream. Underwoods third studio effort Play On took the singer in a much more rooted songwriting position, co-writing seven on the albums tracks including the lead single Blown Away. The album was released in early 2012, was produced by long-term contributor Mark Bright and featured the singles Temporary Home and "Undo It.

Despite the singers modest show of releases, Underwood has earned a significant spread of awards including inductions into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008 and into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, winning six Grammy Awards, sixteen Billboard Music Awards, 11 Academy of Country Music Awards and eight American Music Awards.

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Carrie Underwood: Live in Concert
Jump to navigation Jump to search Carrie Underwood: Live in ConcertTour by Carrie UnderwoodCUnderwood 2006TourPoster.jpgPromotional poster for the tourAssociated albumSome HeartsStart dateApril5,2006End dateOctober1,2006Legs1No. of shows42 in North AmericaCarrie Underwood concert chronology

Carrie Underwood: Live in Concert is the first headlining tour for American recording artist, Carrie Underwood. Performing during the spring and summer of 2006, the tour promoted her debut album, Some Hearts. The tour predominately performed in the United States, at various music festivals and state fairs.

Opening acts

  • Little Big Town (Dixon)
  • Michelle Crowley (Cabazon)
  • Rio Grand (Fairlea)
  • Rockie Lynne (Hamburg)
  • Trent Tomlinson (Sedalia)
  • Andy Griggs (Geddes, Bloomsburg)
  • Jamey Johnson (Hutchinson)

Setlist

"We're Young and Beautiful" "That's Where it Is" "Wasted" "Lessons Learned" "Don't Forget to Remember Me" "Inside Your Heaven" "Patience" "Sweet Child O' Mine" "Before He Cheats" "I Just Can't Live a Lie" "The Night Before (Life Goes On)" "Jesus, Take the Wheel" "Some Hearts" Encore "Whenever You Remember" "I Ain't in Checotah Anymore"

Notes

Underwood has also been known to do covers of Guns N' Roses songs at many of her shows. During the "Live 2006 Tour", she covered the songs "Patience" and "Sweet Child O' Mine", both of which were originally done by the rock band. Underwood has also performed the band's songs "Paradise City" and "November Rain" on numerous occasions, as well.

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue North America[1][2] April 5, 2006[A] Wilmington United States Trask Coliseum April 7, 2006 Temecula Pechanga Showroom Theater April 8, 2006[B] Florence Canyon Moon Ranch May 4, 2006[C] West Palm Beach Washington Mutual Stage May 12, 2006[D] Dixon Dixon Fairgrounds May 13, 2006 Kelseyville Outdoor Konocti Field Amphitheatre May 14, 2006 Cabazon Key Club at Morongo May 27, 2006[E] Virginia Beach 5th Street Stage June 8, 2006[F] Pryor Catch the Fever Festival Grounds June 9, 2006[G] Comstock 2nd Wind Ranch June 10, 2006[H] Nashville The Coliseum June 24, 2006[I] Mack Country Jam Ranch June 25, 2006[J] Cadott Natural Amphitheater Concert Grounds July 3, 2006[K] Del Mar Harrah's Grandstand Stage July 6, 2006[L] Fort Loramie Hickory Hill Lakes July 8, 2006[M] Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater July 9, 2006[N] Fowlerville Fowlerville Fair Grandstand July 15, 2006[O] Belmont County The Barn Stage at Plainfield July 19, 2006[B] Twin Lakes Shadow Hill Ranch July 21, 2006[P] Madison County Activity Field at Redstone Arsenal July 28, 2006[Q] Minot ND State Fairgrounds Grandstand July 29, 2006[R] Great Falls Four Seasons Arena August 2, 2006[S] Paso Robles Paso Robles Event Center August 3, 2006 Fresno William Saroyan Theatre August 4, 2006 Murphys Ironstone Amphitheatre August 6, 2006[T] Sweet Home Sankey Park August 9, 2006[U] Sioux Falls W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds Grandstand August 12, 2006[V] Bethlehem RiverPlace Stage August 14, 2006[W] Fairlea SFWV Grandstand August 16, 2006[X] Hamburg Buffalo.com Grandstand August 18, 2006[Y] Sedalia Pepsi Grandstand August 22, 2006 Rama Canada Casino Rama Entertainment Centre August 27, 2006[Z] Essex United States Coca-Cola Grandstand August 28, 2006[AA] Syracuse Mohegan Sun Grandstand August 30, 2006[AB] Pueblo Colorado State Fair Events Center September 8, 2006[AC] Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum September 9, 2006[AD] Hutchinson Kansas State Fair Grandstand September 12, 2006[AE] York Apple Auto Grandstand September 14, 2006[AF] Fayetteville Cumberland County Crown Coliseum September 17, 2006[AG] Ridgefield The Amphitheater at Clark County September 27, 2006[AH] Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Grandstand October 1, 2006[AI] West Springfield Comcast Arena Stage Festivals and other miscellaneous performances A This concert was a part of the "North Carolina Azalea Festival"[3] B This concert was a part of "Country Thunder"[4][5] C This concert was a part of "SunFest"[6] D This concert was a part of the "Dixon May Fair"[7] E This concert was a part of the "Virginia Beach Patriotic Festival"[8] F This concert was a part of the "Country Fever"[9] G This concert was a part of the "Comstock Windmill Festival"[10] H This concert was a part of the "CMA Music Festival"[11] I This concert was a part of the "Country Jam USA" J This concert was a part of the "Country Fest" K This concert was a part of the "San Diego County Fair Summer Concert Series"[12] L This concert was a part of the "Country Concert 26th Annual Music Festival"[13] M This concert was a part of "Summerfest"[14] N This concert was a part of the "Fowlerville Family Fair" O This concert was a part of "Jamboree in the Hills"[15] P This concert was a part of the "2006 Army Concert Tour"[16] Q This concert was a part of the "North Dakota State Fair" R This concert was a part of the "Montana State Fair" S This concert was a part of the "California Mid-State Fair" T This concert was a part of the "Oregon Jamboree"[17] U This concert was a part of the "Sioux Empire Fair" V This concert was a part of "Musikfest"[18] W This concert was a part of the "State Fair of West Virginia"[19] X This concert was a part of the "Erie County Fair"[20] Y This concert was a part of the "Missouri State Fair" Z This concert was a part of the "Champlain Valley Fair" AA This concert was a part of the "Cingular Wireless Concert Series"[20] AB This concert was a part of the "Colorado State Fair"[21] AC This concert was a part of the "New Mexico State Fair" AD This concert was a part of the "Kansas State Fair" AE This concert was a part of the "York Fair"[22] AF This concert was a part of the "Cumberland County Fair" AG This concert was a part of the "Clark County Country Jamboree" AH This concert was a part of the "Bloomsburg Fair" AI This concert was a part of the "Eastern States Exposition" Cancellations and rescheduled shows July 27, 2006 Cheyenne, Wyoming Cheyenne Frontier Days Arena Cancelled. This concert was a part of "Cheyenne Frontier Days"[23]

External links

  • Carrie Underwood Official Website

References

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Storyteller Tour: Stories in the Round
Jump to navigation Jump to search Storyteller Tour: Stories in the RoundTour by Carrie UnderwoodCUnderwood 2016TourPoster.jpgPromotional poster for the tourLocationNorth America
EuropeAssociated albumStorytellerStart dateJanuary30,2016End dateNovember28,2016Legs4No. of shows87 in North America
5 in Europe
92 TotalBox office$56,804,491Carrie Underwood concert chronology

The Storyteller Tour: Stories in the Round was the fifth headlining concert tour from American country music artist Carrie Underwood. The tour is in support of her fifth studio album Storyteller (2015) and began on January 30, 2016, in Jacksonville, Florida. It concluded on November 28, 2016, after 92 shows. For the shows in the United States, $1 from each ticket sold will be donated to Underwood's C.A.T S. Foundation. This was her first tour in three years. The tour sold over 1.2 million tickets during its run.[1] By June, 2016, Billboard had named the number-one country tour of the first half of the year.[2]

Underwood released a concert film entitled The Storyteller Tour: Live from Madison Square Garden on November 17.

Background

News of the tour was first mentioned in a Rolling Stone interview in September 2015.[3] The tour was officially announced on October 27, 2015, via Underwood's Official Fan Club website. "Stories in the Round" comes from this being Underwood's first tour where the stage is 360 degrees and in the middle of the arena floor. Underwood shares her excitement for the tour stating;

I can't wait to play new music from Storyteller for the fans. I am so blessed to have this career and get to do the things I do, but there is nothing like that moment when I get to step onto the stage to sing and all the fans are singing along with me.[4]

The second leg was announced on March 31, 2016.[5]

Concert synopsis

Moments before the show starts AC/DC's "Back in Black" is played. Then the lighting structure above the stage descends to the floor of center stage where Underwood and her band emerge. She starts off with "Renegade Runaway" a new track off Storyteller followed by "Last Name" that contains bits of her duet with Miranda Lambert, "Somethin' Bad". The setlist consists of new and past favorites, and covers. For the encore she closes with "Smoke Break" and "Something in the Water".[6]

Stage design and production

The 360 degree center stage of three circles is equipped with movable parts that allows Underwood and her band access to below the stage where they can change outfits or swap out instruments. The three tier lighting structure displays lyrics and colors and moves, rotates, and twists. In addition there are sparkles, fireworks, lasers, smoke and explosions, and a big light show. Underwood's goal was to harmonica for "Choctaw County Affair", which she reached. Drums were added during "Church Bells" in the fall leg.[6]

Opening acts

  • Easton Corbin & The Swon Brothers (North America)
  • Lauren Alaina, Jill Johnson & Pauper Kings (Europe)
  • Little Big Town, Sam Hunt & Maddie & Tae (UK & Ireland)

Set list

The following set list is from the January 30 show in Jacksonville, Florida. It's not intended to represent all dates throughout the tour.[7]

"Renegade Runaway" "Last Name" / "Somethin' Bad" "Undo It" "Good Girl" "Church Bells" "Cowboy Casanova" "Heartbeat" "Jesus, Take the Wheel" "Wasted" "Blown Away" "Two Black Cadillacs" "Dirty Laundry" "Choctaw County Affair" "I Will Always Love You" "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted" "Fishin' in the Dark" (with Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers) "Clock Don't Stop" "All-American Girl" "Little Toy Guns" "Before He Cheats" Encore "Smoke Break" "Something in the Water" Notes
  • From March 4 to 16, "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted", "All American Girl", and "Fishin' in the Dark" were temporarily cut from the set list. Additionally, "Flat on the Floor" and "Chaser" were temporarily added.
  • Starting on August 31, a cover of Alabama's "Mountain Music" replaced "Fishin' in the Dark".

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue North America Leg 1[8] January 30, 2016 Jacksonville United States Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Easton Corbin
The Swon Brothers 13,581 / 13,581 $865,536 February 1, 2016 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 11,574 / 11,574 $776,244 February 3, 2016 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 10,760 / 10,760 $727,460 February 5, 2016 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 13,613 / 13,613 $897,128 February 17, 2016 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 11,768 / 11,768 $797,198 February 20, 2016 Hampton Hampton Coliseum 10,277 / 10,277 $680,672 February 22, 2016 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 12,562 / 12,562 $867,962 February 23, 2016 Boston TD Garden 16,786 / 16,786 $1,076,169 February 25, 2016 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center 13,124 / 13,124 $899,315 Europe[9] March 4, 2016[A] Stockholm Sweden Hovet Lauren Alaina
Jill Johnson
Pauper Kings N/A N/A March 5, 2016[A] Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum March 11, 2016[A] Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium Little Big Town
Sam Hunt
Maddie & Tae March 12, 2016[A] London England The O2 Arena March 13, 2016[A] Dublin Ireland 3Arena North America Leg 2[8] March 17, 2016 Youngstown United States Covelli Centre Easton Corbin
The Swon Brothers 6,645 / 6,645 $492,360 March 19, 2016 Allentown PPL Center 9,012 / 9,012 $629,892 March 22, 2016 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 13,771 / 13,771 $892,996 March 24, 2016 St. Louis Chaifetz Arena 9,626 / 9,626 $666,656 March 26, 2016 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena 14,964 / 14,964 $904,074 March 29, 2016 Colorado Springs Broadmoor World Arena 7,935 / 7,935 $542,490 March 30, 2016 Denver Pepsi Center 12,830 / 12,830 $841,100 April 1, 2016[B] Las Vegas Las Vegas Festival Grounds N/A N/A N/A April 5, 2016 Fresno Save Mart Center Easton Corbin
The Swon Brothers 9,534 / 9,534 $676,344 April 8, 2016 Reno Reno Events Center 6,234 / 6,234 $475,939 April 10, 2016 Oakland Oracle Arena 9,775 / 10,375 $715,339 April 12, 2016 Stockton Stockton Arena 8,145 / 9,109 $552,900 April 14, 2016 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 12,815 / 12,815 $829,160 April 16, 2016 Las Cruces Pan American Center 10,582 / 10,582 $687,352 April 18, 2016 San Antonio AT&T Center 9,918 / 10,666 $690,558 April 22, 2016 Bossier City CenturyLink Center 10,883 / 10,883 $737,228 April 24, 2016 Lafayette Cajundome 9,474 / 10,089 $615,582 April 25, 2016[C] Houston Toyota Center 9,684 / 10,624 $677,934 April 27, 2016 Tulsa BOK Center 14,627 / 14,627 $915,842 April 28, 2016 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 9,171 / 9,171 $635,166 April 30, 2016[D] Indio Empire Polo Club Lee Ann Womack
Chris Stapleton
The Band Perry N/A N/A May 3, 2016 Madison Kohl Center Easton Corbin
The Swon Brothers 11,886 / 11,886 $773,376 May 5, 2016 Green Bay Resch Center 9,358 / 9,358 $651,358 May 7, 2016 Grand Forks Ralph Engelstad Arena 11,205 / 11,205 $721,680 May 10, 2016 Casper Casper Events Center 6,395 / 7,507 $435,500 May 12, 2016 Billings Rimrock Auto Arena 8,771 / 9,855 $612,026 May 15, 2016 Kansas City Sprint Center 12,131 / 12,131 $815,966 May 17, 2016 Rosemont Allstate Arena 15,761 / 15,761 $1,028,181 May 18, 2016 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 12,270 / 12,270 $815,190 May 24, 2016 Buffalo First Niagara Center 14,355 / 14,355 $907,410 May 27, 2016 Ottawa Canada Canadian Tire Centre 10,467 / 10,467 $713,228 May 28, 2016 Toronto Air Canada Centre 17,499 / 17,499 $1,121,200 May 30, 2016 London Budweiser Gardens 9,628 / 9,628 $632,121 June 10, 2016[E] Nashville United States Nissan Stadium N/A N/A N/A June 18, 2016[F] Cadott Chippewa Valley Festival Grounds July 22, 2016[G] Monticello Great Jones County Fairgrounds July 29, 2016[H] Sweet Home Oregon Jamboree July 30, 2016[I] Duncan Canada Cowichan Valley July 31, 2016[J] Camrose Camrose Camping Grounds North America Leg 3[10][11] August 31, 2016 Anchorage United States Alaska Airlines Center Easton Corbin
The Swon Brothers 4,304 / 4,304 $504,280 September 4, 2016 Spokane Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena 11,389 / 11,389 $727,474 September 6, 2016 Boise Taco Bell Arena 8,276 / 9,476 $547,292 September 8, 2016 Seattle KeyArena 9,905 / 10,448 $681,068 September 10, 2016 San Jose SAP Center 8,335 / 8,819 $606,713 September 13, 2016 Bakersfield Rabobank Arena 7,910 / 8,652 $548,570 September 14, 2016 Los Angeles Staples Center 13,274 / 13,274 $921,093 September 16, 2016 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 7,216 / 8,140 $517,752 September 20, 2016 Dallas American Airlines Center 13,271 / 13,271 $888,335 September 22, 2016 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,005 / 14,005 $932,078 September 24, 2016 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 11,350 / 11,350 $750,190 September 26, 2016 Roanoke Berglund Center 5,350 / 6,034 $372,960 September 28, 2016 Providence Dunkin' Donuts Center 7,805 / 8,988 $574,178 September 29, 2016 Manchester SNHU Arena 8,843 / 9,727 $615,059 October 1, 2016 Hershey Giant Center 10,560 / 10,560 $716,610 October 4, 2016 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse N/A N/A October 5, 2016 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center October 7, 2016 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 12,451 / 12,451 $845,735 October 8, 2016 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 11,472 / 11,472 $796,824 October 11, 2016 Saskatoon Canada SaskTel Centre N/A N/A October 13, 2016 Edmonton Rogers Place October 15, 2016 Winnipeg MTS Centre October 17, 2016 Saint Paul United States Xcel Energy Center 14,714 / 14,714 $961,143 October 20, 2016 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena N/A N/A October 22, 2016 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena October 23, 2016 Charlotte Spectrum Center October 25, 2016 New York City Madison Square Garden 17,815 / 17,815 $1,362,263 October 27, 2016 Albany Times Union Center N/A N/A October 28, 2016 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena November 6, 2016 Hamilton Canada FirstOntario Centre 9,077 / 10,317 $662,273 November 9, 2016 Rockford United States BMO Harris Bank Center 6,600 / 6,866 $492,870 November 11, 2016 Evansville Ford Center 9,886 / 9,886 $696,117 November 13, 2016 Memphis FedExForum 9,321 / 10,201 $643,656 November 14, 2016 Birmingham Legacy Arena 11,475 / 11,475 $749,490 November 16, 2016 Tampa Amalie Arena 13,271 / 13,271 $891,365 November 17, 2016 Sunrise BB&T Center 10,340 / 10,340 $738,990 November 22, 2016 Wichita Intrust Bank Arena 10,000 / 10,747 $711,720 November 23, 2016 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 11,306 / 11,912 $798,117 November 26, 2016 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 9,794 / 10,633 $699,513 November 28, 2016 West Valley City Maverik Center 10,738 / 10,738 $761,211 Total $56,804,491 List of festivals and other miscellaneous performances, rescheduling A These concerts were a part of C2C: Country to Country.[12] B This concert is a part of the ACM Party for a Cause Festival.[13] C The Houston concert was supposed to take place on April 19, but was rescheduled to April 25 due to severe weather.[14] D This concert is a part of the Stagecoach Festival.[15] E This concert is a part of the CMA Music Festival.[16] F This concert is a part of the Country Fest 30th Anniversary.[17] G This concert is a part of the Great Jones Country Fair.[18] H This concert is a part of the Oregon Jamboree.[19] I This concert is a part of the Sunfest Country Music Festival.[20] J This concert is a part of the Big Valley Jamboree.[21]

Reception

Scott Mervis of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says, "As she's not much of a talker, this was not a "Storyteller" tour in the sense of narrating the show with stories. She let the music and character-driven lyrics do most of the talking, at max volume."[22] Tampa Bay Times's Jay Cridlin said that Underwood packed "nearly two dozen hits into an overpowering set that felt a whole more like arena rock than a country bar." Also, "Underwood alone remains the one with the voice and ambition to go full pop star, unleashing the full force of her roaring band and singing like a woman ready to take the wheel back from Jesus."[23]

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^ Billboard Staff (July 27, 2017). "Billboard's 2017 Country Power Players List Revealed: Music City's Most Influential". 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