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CARRIE UNDERWOOD IS A HUGE SUPPORTER OF THE NASHVILLE PREDATORS.

Carrie Underwood is a card-carrying Nashville Predators fans and is happy to let people know how much she supports the team. Her husband, Mike Fisher, came out of retirement this year to play once again for the NHL team. Last year during the Stanley Cup Finals, people around the world found out how much the team is loved by Nashville.

“I think going to the Stanley Cup Finals last year was such a confidence booster. I mean, nobody expected them to make it as far as they did. I did, but [laughs] nobody else. We seem to be the underdogs in every single situation,” says Carrie. “And seeing Mike and hearing Mike talking about those guys and how much talent was on the ice and how much they had in them, it wasn’t surprising to me at all that they made it to the finals last year.

Carrie found it surprising there were people who didn’t know Nashville was more than just a music town.

“It was amazing to me and surprising to me that people didn’t know Nashville’s a hockey town. I would even do interviews, and they were like, ‘Oh, everybody’s jumping on the bandwagon.’ I’m like, ‘No. There’s no bandwagon. That arena is full every single game.’ So, to see the town like really get out and show everybody how much support they have behind the Predators was incredible, and for people all around the country to see how much Nashville loves the Predators was just incredible. And the town was absolutely electric the few weeks leading up to the final, especially during that last week or so. To see 100,000 people lining Broadway, I mean, that was incredible, so let’s do it again.”

Carrie just released her new single, “Cry Pretty,” the title track from her upcoming album, set for release September 14th.

Audio / Carrie Underwood wasn’t surprised the Nashville Predators made it to the Stanley Cup Finals last year.

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Carrie Underwood (Preds Stanley Cup Playoff) OC: …last year. :25
“I think going to the Stanley Cup Finals last year was such a confidence booster. I mean, nobody expected them to make it as far as they did. I did, but [laughs] nobody else. We seem to be the underdogs in every single situation. And seeing Mike and hearing Mike talking about those guys and how much talent was on the ice and how much they had in them, it wasn’t surprising to me at all that they made it to the finals last year.”

Audio / Carrie Underwood talks about Nashville being a hockey town and how much Music City supports the Nashville Predators.

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Carrie Underwood (Nashville a hockey town) OC: …do it again. [laughs] :47
“It was amazing to me and surprising to me that people didn’t know Nashville’s a hockey town. I would even do interviews, and they were like, ‘Oh, everybody’s jumping on the bandwagon.’ I’m like, ‘No. There’s no bandwagon. That arena is full every single game.’ So, to see the town like really get out and show everybody how much support they have behind the Predators was incredible, and for people all around the country to see how much Nashville loves the Predators was just incredible. and the town was absolutely electric the few weeks leading up to the final especially during that last week or so. To see 100,000 people lining Broadway, I mean, that was incredible, so let’s do it again.” [laughs]

BROTHERS OSBORNE’S NEW ALBUM, PORT SAINT JOE, IS AVAILABLE NOW.

Brothers Osborne releases their highly anticipated sophomore album, Port Saint Joe, today. In support of the album release, John and TJ Osborne will perform their current Top 40 single “Shoot Me Straight” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert April 23rd.

The GRAMMY-nominated duo co-wrote all 10 tracks on Port Saint Joe which was produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town).

Fans can watch a special Facebook Live performance of several Port Saint Joe tracks from Terrapin Care Station in Denver, Colorado starting at 11am CT HERE. Afterwards, Brothers Osborne will host a Reddit AMA “Ask Me Anything” at 12pm CT.

“After years of writing, traveling, playing and evolving we’re finally releasing new music,” says John Osborne. “This music, tracked in a beach house in Florida, is a sonic representation of the road we’ve been traveling.”

TJ adds, “in the making of Port Saint Joe, we weren’t trying to be anything or anyone that wasn’t truly us. Imperfections and all.”

Critics continue to praise the new record with Rolling Stone calling it “a superlative new album…cementing their status as a band essential to the vitality of today’s country music.” The New York Times notes it’s “an invigoratingly footloose follow up” and The Tennessean says it’s “raw, direct, guitar-driven songs delivered with an intensity that leaves no room for doubt: Brothers Osborne is as authentic as it gets.”

The singer/songwriter siblings recently took home two trophies at the 53rd Annual ACM Awards and maintained their reign as “Vocal Duo of the Year” in addition to winning “Video of the Year” for their rowdy Top 10 hit “It Ain’t My Fault”.

Brothers Osborne are set to perform next Saturday, April 28 at Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California. The Maryland natives will then embark on their first headlining UK tour starting May 4 in Dublin, Ireland with additional stops in Belfast, London, Manchester, Glasgow and more.

This summer, the duo will join Dierks Bentley on the “Mountain High Tour” kicking off May 17 in Columbia, MD. Tickets and additional information can be found at www.brothersosborne.com

For a full list of tour dates, news, images and more, visit: www.BrothersOsborne.com

To purchase a special “Record Store Day” vinyl package of Port Saint Joe, click HERE.

NEWS AND NOTES: Shania, Brothers O, Kacey, Dierks

Shania Twain will appear on VH1’s Rupaul’s Drag Race Friday (April 20th) at 8pm ET.

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Brothers Osborne will perform a song from their new Port Saint Joe album on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday (April 23rd) on CBS.

Kacey Musgraves will be the musical guest on NBC’s Saturday Night Live with host Amy Schumer.

Watch Dierks Bentley perform “Woman, Amen” from his upcoming album, The Mountain, on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live right here.

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