Taken from Carrie Underwood’s set at Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch, MN on July 21, 2023
Carrie Underwood has been one of the leading ladies in country music for nearly twenty years. Since emerging victorious on season four of the singing competition American Idol in 2005, Underwood has churned out a steady stream of modern day country-pop standards.
Selling more than 85 million records, notching 28 No. 1 singles, being named the most-awarded female country artist for singles in RIAA history with over 72 million total RIAA certifications to date, Underwood has also continued to sell out arenas all across North America and the UK.
With no short supply of hits and fan-favorites, Underwood's live shows provide plenty of scream-a-long moments with songs like her patented female rage anthem 'Before He Cheats,' 'Church Bells,' 'Wasted,' 'Blown Away' and 'Last Name' finding permanent homes on her setlists.
However, the Oklahoma native also leaves room for some stripped down and personal moments, too, with some of her more sentimental tracks like 'All-American Girl,' 'Jesus, Take the Wheel' and 'Something in the Water' also finding their spots.
While Underwood sticks mostly to her illustrious back catalogue of hits, she also shows off some of her newer tunes throughout her shows, including her newest single 'Out of That Truck,' 2022's 'Hate My Heart,' the chilling 'Ghost Story and her Jason Aldean-graced duet 'If I Didn't Love You.'
Other fan-favorite offerings that have been making their way into the decorated entertainer's 2023 setlist include ‘Undo It,’ ‘Cowboy Casanova,’ ‘Two Black Cadillacs’ and the triumphant and empowering power ballad, 'Cry Pretty.'
In addition to some opening slots on Guns N' Roses tour, Underwood will be bringing her discography to life at her acclaimed Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency show, which has added an array of dates for September, November and December.
Fans will also be able to see her at various one-off shows around the country throughout fall of 2023.
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