What’s more Nashville than having country music superstar Carrie Underwood and her husband show up at a Nashville Predators game.
Underwood and husband Mike Fisher were among the crowd taking in the Predators’ Stanley Cup Playoff game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday.
It turned out that the hometown Predators took double overtime before beating Carolina 4-3, evening up their best-of-seven series at 2-2.
The couple was among those gathered at Bridgestone Arena for the fun. On their official Twitter account, the Predators shared a video clip from Carrie Underwood and Fisher. Take a look as they join the other fans in attendance roaring their approval.
You can tell Underwood was pumped up for the game, for sure.
She also received some good news for her music career, too. Carrie Underwood on Sunday won the Top Christian Album honor at the Billboard Music Awards for “My Gift.”
So, chalk up Sunday to a double-victory day for the Nashville resident.
Carrie Underwood Adds More Dates To Her Upcoming Las Vegas Residency
Performers are beginning to get back out in front of live audiences. Carrie Underwood announced plans for a Las Vegas residency, only to see demand from fans skyrocket.
That’s why Underwood has added more dates to her show, “Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency.” She’s going to be taking over the Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas.
Now her original dates are all set, running Dec. 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, and 11, 2021. Yet last Thursday, Underwood announced more show dates on March 23, 25, 26, 30, and April 1-2, 2022.
Fans going to see Carrie Underwood will be among the first ones at the 5,000-seat theater opening in November. You want to talk about being up close and personal with Underwood? Get this. The furthest seat from the stage will be 150 feet away.
Imagine being a lifetime fan of Carrie Underwood and being able to be just 150 feet away from your favorite singer. That’s pretty amazing, which is a good word to use regarding Underwood and her career.
Most people were first introduced to her through “American Idol.” Yet she’s done a lot with her career, ranging from No. 1 albums to being a best-selling author. Going back on the road, but in the realm of a residency, will give Carrie Underwood a chance to be in one place for a number of days.
Meanwhile, don’t expect Underwood and Fisher to not keep cheering on their Nashville Predators through the Stanley Cup Playoffs.