Three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year and 8-time GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood’s Denim & Rhinestones, will be released on purple vinyl today (Friday, July 8th). The new album, released June 10th, is Underwood’s 10th album (including all nine of her studio albums and her 2014 Greatest Hits: Decade #1) to debut in the Top 10 on the all-genre Billboard Top 200.
Underwood just returned from the UK, where she promoted Denim & Rhinestones and made worldwide headlines joining Guns N’ Roses onstage for two songs during each of their July 1st and 2nd shows at the UK’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. While in London, Underwood appeared on ITV’s Lorraine, and recorded interviews with Absolute Radio and BBC Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon and The Country Show with Bob Harris, which included a special in-studio performance. She also appeared at an intimate invitation-only Q&A for a select group of media and lucky fans.
Denim & Rhinestones purple vinyl is available HERE. Signed CD Box Sets and Signed Vinyl Box Sets are also available now, which includes an exclusive t-shirt, rhinestone pack, denim tote bag, album slip mat, and signed photo card in limited quantities here. Fans can order from physical retailers here. A cassette version is also available on August 5.
Underwood recently announced her new U.S. arena tour, THE DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR, with dates in Fall 2022 and Spring 2023, joined by special guest Jimmie Allen on all dates. For more information, go to carrieunderwoodofficial.com.
Carrie is currently climbing the country charts with her latest single, “Ghost Story.”
Carrie Underwood (making a new album during the pandemic) OC: …right now. 1:37
“Making an album in the middle of the past couple years, it definitely had its challenges, like I was writing on ZOOM a couple of times with a few different writers. It was a little trickier to figure out little things like that, scheduling and logistics and everybody was dealing with something all the time, BUT the fact that I was in one place a bit longer than usual. I feel like we definitely took advantage of that, and I was able to really focus in on making this album with fewer distractions than normal. I wasn’t leaving town constantly to go do things, and it was just nice to be able to have large chunks of time where I really got to focus on this album. I do feel like after the past couple of years, people are ready to get out. I mean we see it in the festivals and the things like that I have been doing, the one off shows here and there and our Vegas residency, people are ready to reenter the world and get together and celebrate things, and music brings people together like nothing else. So, I certainly feel like that. I’m ready to get out there and go on tour and stuff like that with this album and I feel like people are really ready for it too. And it definitely made me just want to make music that is, for the most part, just positive and happy and fun, because I feel like that’s kind of a gap that we all have in our lives right now.”