On Saturday (October 23rd), country superstar Carrie Underwood took to the stage of the famous Grand Ole Orpy in Nashville, Tennessee.
The famous Grand Ole Opry notably was celebrating its 4,999th Saturday Night. While on stage, Carrie Underwood sang Something in the Water and Victory in Jesus. Underwood’s performance starts at 36:30.
Following her awesome performance, Carrie Underwood took to her Instagram to share some snapshots. “Singin’ songs about Jesus on the @opry stage is the best way to spend a Saturday night!” Underwood declared in the post. She also stated that the crowd was amazing.
Along with Carrie Underwood, other musicians that took to the Grand Ole Opry stage on Saturday night were Tenille Arts, John Berry, Ian Munsick, Bobby Osbourne, Riders in the Sky, Jeannie Seely, and Sam Williams.
Carrie Underwood’s latest performance at the Grand Ole Opry comes just after the singer and songwriter announced that she was Gospel Music Association’s Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year winner. “Thank you, @gospelmusicassoc! Recording “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” with @cecewinans was a highlight of my career and she is truly one of my biggest inspirations. Congratulations on your huge night, CeCe! #DoveAwards #MySavior.”
Carrie Underwood Opens Up About Her Music Career & Singing Gospel Hymns
During an April 2021 interview with CBS, Carrie Underwood opened up about her music career so far. “As a kid, I wanted to live in Nashville. I was just a little girl from Oklahoma. I loved to sing, but lots of people love to.”
Carrie Underwood also explained that she has been given every open door that a person could be given. And for that, she’s blessed and grateful. She then stated that church was her stage every Sunday.
“I loved opening hymnals, and I’d try to sing real loud because I liked to!” Underwood proudly proclaimed. She went on to discuss her new album, My Savior. “I feel like the entire time that we’re making the album, I felt like I was praying the whole time.”
The country superstar described the album as being hopeful, inspirational, and joyful in a time where there was a lot of fear and unknowns.
“I feel like there’s not one single time in recording it or doing anything with these songs that, after I’m done, I haven’t felt like crying happy tears. They are happy tears. It’s a beautiful thing when you know that you are loved unconditionally. Just as you are.”
Carrie Underwood Prepares for Upcoming Las Vegas Residency
Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood is now preparing for her upcoming Las Vegas Residency. Her performances at the Las Vegas Convention Center will kick off on December 1st. She will conclude the first stretch of Las Vegas performances on December 11th.
But Underwood isn’t quite done with Vegas just yet. She will resume the residency on March 23rd and will conclude on April 2nd.