The hits just keep on coming from Carrie Underwood.
Last Friday, the country-music star released new CD “Storyteller,” her first album in three years and her fifth since winning “American Idol” in 2005.
On Tuesday, she announced a 2016 arena tour that will include a Feb. 3 stop at Greensboro Coliseum and feature her performing “in the round.”
Then on Wednesday? Underwood was revealed as the headliner for “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest” on ABC.
And although the 32-year-old singer will apparently only get as close as Greensboro in 2016, don’t forget that she will perform here this December – in fact, less than 36 hours before she is to take the stage in Manhattan to ring in 2016.
As previously reported, Underwood will be in Charlotte on Dec. 30 to headline the Belk Bowl. The free concert is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m., two hours before the college football game kicks off at 3:30.
In its 14th year, this year’s Belk Bowl will again feature a match-up of the Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference.
Underwood last was seen in Charlotte in 2012, when she performed at the Time Warner Cable Arena as part of her “Blown Away” tour.