Carrie Underwood Teases New Music, Tour Amid Las Vegas Residency
It seems like the queen of country music may be back at it again in the studio. Following Carrie Underwood‘s Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM) Award win of Single of The Year, she shared a photo in a recording studio. Fans of the country singer are going insane with the lack of details about her new project.
It’s no secret that Underwood has become one of the biggest names in country music since her hit single “Before He Cheats.” Since the beginning, she has earned a slew of awards and honors for her incredible voice. This 39 year old singer recently was honored at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas. “If I Didn’t Love You” featuring Jason Aldean took home the award for Single of The Year.
Following this singers win, she teased possible new music in the future. As many know, Underwood is set to return to her Las Vegas residency at the Resorts World Las Vegas in the coming weeks. It seems like the singer has spent her time off planning her next power move. She shared that she’s always working on something when asked about an upcoming album release and tour.
“Obviously we can’t spill too many beans right now, but my fans know what I mean when I said soon,” Underwood said after the ACM awards. “Soon. They actually hate it when I use that word because they’re like ‘what does that mean?’ It’s been busy for sure.”
Following the question and answer session, Underwood took to Twitter to share a photo of her in the recording studio. As expected, the country singers fans were questioning what soon meant in this instance. Even though Underwood claimed that she might have a new album in the works, a few fans speculated that she may be reading off a script instead of a lyric sheet.
Carrie Underwood Returns to Las Vegas For Next Residency Dates
Underwood began her first ever residency, Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency, on December 1. This event was pretty huge for the country icon since it was both her first residency ever, as well as the opening night of the new venue. Underwood’s Las Vegas show included her music from the past 15 years and a bit of a twist. Each of her performances also included dancers, aerialists, a virtual orchestra and more.
The show began it’s hiatus on December 12, with more dates planned for both March and April. The singer had originally planned four dates in March and two in April. Underwood’s residency has become such a must-see event that her team added six upcoming dates for the month of May. Ticket prices for this Las Vegas show range from $58 to $934. Tickets for this event are currently on sale on Underwood’s official website.