Carrie Underwood continues to rock the U.S., with a sold-out show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last night, where she was joined onstage by surprise guests, country superstars Jason Aldean and Brad Paisley, in addition to special guest support Jimmie Allen, who joins Underwood on all dates of the tour.
At the top of her highly-anticipated “hometown” show, Underwood greeted the SRO crowd, promising to blow the roof off the legendary venue, and was as good as her word throughout her entire two-hour set.
Approximately 30 minutes into the two-hour plus show, the audience, already buzzing with electric energy, exploded when country superstar Jason Aldean joined Carrie onstage to perform their multi-week #1 hit single, “If I Didn’t Love You,” usually performed by a virtual version of her duet partner in the tour’s set list.
The audience was surprised again later in the show, when Underwood’s longtime friend and 11-time CMA Awards co-host Brad Paisley appeared next to her onstage. The crowd went wild as the pair performed a comedic parody number celebrating the unexpected reunion of “Paisleywood.” Brad and Carrie went on to thrill the crowd with their hit duet, “Remind Me,” a beloved fan favorite.
Another highlight of the evening was when Allen returned to the stage to join Underwood with a crowd-pleasing rendition of the title track from her Denim & Rhinestones album, complete with a high-energy dance break.
Underwood’s 43-city arena tour, THE DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR, continues through March 17th, with upcoming stops including Ohio, Texas, Arizona, the Pacific Northwest, and L.A.’s Crypto.com Arena. THE DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR is promoted by AEG Presents.
Carrie is making her way up the country charts with “Hate My Heart.”
For upcoming dates and more information, go to http://www.carrieunderwoodofficial.com/tour/.
Carrie Underwood (Denim and Rhinestones Tour 2023) OC: …what we do. :27
“We just have so much fun. I love this show so much. I feel like it’s definitely bigger and brighter and better than any tour we’ve ever done; a lot of elements in it. You know, I really just wanted to push myself and try new things and try to figure out different ways to entertain in different things I could do. This show is so much fun. The crowds have been so much fun. The band is so much fun, like there’s such a great energy whenever we get to be on stage.”