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Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban will be hooking up again for a pair of shows in Duluth, Georgia as they take their “Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Carnival Ride” tour to The Arena at Gwinnett Center beginning April 24. Underwood and Urban will play again the following night before heading to Lexington, Kentucky for a show at Rupp Arena on April 26.
Following the Kentucky show Carrie Underwood will be on her own as she hits Wichita Falls, Texas on April 29 and follows with a number of performances throughout the summer.
Underwood, the former American Idol champ, has enjoyed incredible success with her country music career and her second album, “Carnival Ride,” has already sold more than one million copies and included hit singles “So Small, “All-American Girl,” and “Before He Cheats.”
Carrie Underwood has already won four Grammy Awards, including one at the 2008 Grammy’s for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
As for Urban, he is supporting his latest album “Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing” which has already gone double-platinum and landed at number on eon the country charts. Hit singles “Stupid Boy” and “I Told You So” have charted high off the album.
Urban won a Grammy for his performance of “You’ll Think of Me” in 2006 and collected his second at this year’s ceremonies for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
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