The country singer’s latest album Storyteller topped Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart this week, making her the only artist in the chart’s 51-year history to have her first six albums debut at No. 1.
No other American Idol has sold as many albums as Underwood, whose 2005 debut, “Some Hearts”, has been certified seven-times-platinum.
In a press release, Underwood said, “I can’t wait to play new music from “Storyteller” for the fans”. The hits package sold 94,000 in its first week, according to the release, and remains Billboard’s best-selling hits collection of this year. This particular stage set-up, which sits in the middle of the arena or venue, is meant to engage the fans in a more intimate atmosphere, as the audience encircles the entire circular stage giving the fan a closer and more unique concert experience, no matter where you’re seated. Tickets for her tour, including the Tulsa show, go on-sale at 10 a.m. Friday at www.aeglive.com.
Carrie Underwood is bringing her tour in support of “Storyteller” to Talking Stick Resort Arena Thursday, April 14.
The tour’s full title is The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round.
Underwood co-wrote six of the 13 songs on Storyteller, which was produced by Mark Bright, Zach Crowell and Jay Joyce. Congratulations, Underwood. You’re proving to be a reigning queen in country music.