Members of Carrie Underwood's fiercely loyal fanbase have spent years asking for more of the country megastar's tracks to be played on the airwaves. Now, it seems they're getting their wish, with Carrie Underwood unveiling her brand new radio channel, Carrie's Country.
The new year-round channel will form part of SiriusXM's impressive roster of country music radio shows, with the station also being home to Kenny Chesney's popular No Shoes Radio.
Carrie's Country will begin broadcasting in June, and will feature a refreshingly eclectic mix of programs hosted by the ‘Before He Cheats’ hitmaker herself, along with a series of shows playing music tailored for workouts, parties, commutes and more.
Every Sunday, the channel will showcase an array of inspirational, gospel-inspired tracks, including songs from Carrie Underwood's faith-based 2021 album, My Savior.
In addition, Carrie Underwood will host ‘Find Your Path’ on Carrie's Country, a regular health and fitness show, during which Carrie will chat with her personal trainer about particular nuggets of wisdom and advice for enhancing listeners’ overall sense of wellbeing.
Speaking about the new venture, the eight-time Grammy-winning artist underlined her excitement ahead of the June launch, “I’m thrilled to partner with SiriusXM on my new channel. I can’t wait to welcome listeners into my personal musical universe sharing my favourite music across all of the genres I love from classic rock to the latest in country”.
Carrie's Country will run 24/7, and fans will be excited to see that one of the shows Underwood will be presenting will take listeners back through her major accolades and milestones, and draws inspiration from her continuing Las Vegas REFLECTION residency.
Carrie Underwood will be adding to this formidable list of achievements on May 13, when she performs two shows at the Grand Ole Opry. The double-header will serve as a celebration of it being fifteen years since her induction into the prestigious country institution in 2008.
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