Carrie Underwood


Singer, actress and activist Carrie Marie Underwood was born on March 10, 1983, in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Since winning the famed musical talent show American Idol in 2005, Underwood has emerged as one of the most popular female performers in country music today. She was born and raised on a farm.


All American Girl, Before He Cheats, Blown Away, Change, Chaser, Choctaw County Affair, Church Bells, Cowboy Casanova, Cupid's Got a Shotgun, Dirty Laundry, Do You Think About Me, Forever Changed, Good Girl, Good in Goodbye, Heartbeat, Home Sweet Home, I Know You Won't, I Told You So, Inside Your Heaven, Jesus, Take The Wheel, Just A Dream, Keep Us Safe, Last Name, Leave Love Alone, Like I'll Never Love You Again, Little Girl Don't Grow Up Too Fast, Little Toy Guns, Look At Me, Mama's Song, Nobody Ever Told You, Oh, Sunday Night, One Way Ticket, Play On, Quitter, Relapse, Renegade Runaway, See You Again, Smoke Break, So Small, Someday When I Stop Loving You, Something In The Water, Songs Like This, Starts With Goodbye, Temporary Home, Thank God For Hometowns, The Girl You Think I Am, There's A Place For Us, Two Black Cadillacs, Unapologize, Undo It, Wasted, What Can I Say, What I Never Knew I Always Wanted, Wheel Of The World, Who Are You, Wine After Whiskey.


2005- Some Hearts, 2007- Carnival Ride, 2009- Play On, 2012- Blown Away, 2014- Greatest Hits: Decade #1, 2015- Storyteller

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Charity Work

Carrie Underwood Charity Work, Events and Causes. Carrie created the C.A.T.S. Foundation as a means of giving back to her community. Underwood is a supporter of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and has done several public service announcements for the organization.

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