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Nov 16

Carrie Underwood to Debut “Two Black Cadillacs” on American Music Awards

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Carrie Underwoodwill debut her new single, “Two Black Cadillacs,” when she performs on The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards on Sunday November 18th at 8p|7c on ABC. The third single from her platinum-certified album Blown Away follows the albums’ No. 1 singles “Good Girl” and title track, “Blown Away,” which together have spent three weeks atop the country airplay charts in 2012, more than any other female country artist this year.

Carrie is also a double-nominee at the American Music Awards, up for Favorite Female Artist – Country, as well as Favorite Album – Country, for Blown Away.

It was just recently announced that Carrie’s critically acclaimed “Blown Away Tour” will continue through 2013. For up to date information on the “Blown Away Tour” please visit www.carrieunderwood.fm.

Blown Away 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. In addition to reaching No. 1 on the country airplay charts, “Good Girl” and title track, “Blown Away,” have both been certified platinum for selling more than 1 million digital downloads.

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Posted at 5:43 pm, November 16, 2012 | Permalink

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