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Carrie Underwood Unveils ‘The Storyteller Tour’ Concert Film
By Brittney McKenna
Carrie Underwood ‘s blockbuster Storyteller Tour wrapped up nearly one year ago, but now fans can relive the experience at home: Underwood just announced plans to release a film documenting one stop of the trek. Carrie Underwood: The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round , Live from Madison Square Garden will be released on November 17th.
The new film, which will be available across digital platforms, will give viewers the entire concert experience, highlighting the special 360-degree stage setup Underwood used throughout the tour. Rolling Stone Country caught up with Underwood during the tour, and she explained her vision for the innovative stage setup.
“No matter where they were – standing, sitting, down low, up high – we are very careful to make sure that everybody would have a unique show,” she told Rolling Stone Country .
Underwood first embarked on the Storyteller Tour in early 2016 in support of her 2015 album (and most recent release) Storyteller . The 92-date tour continued through the end of November 2016.
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Full set list from The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round, Live from Madison Square Garden:
“Renegade Runaway” “Last Name”/”Somethin’ Bad” “Undo It” “Good Girl” “Church Bells” “Cowboy Casanova” “Heartbeat” “Jesus, Take the Wheel” “Wasted” “Blown Away” “Two Black Cadillacs” “Dirty Laundry” “Choctaw County Affair” “I Will Always Love You” “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted: “Mountain Music” (featuring Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers) “Clock Don’t Stop” “All-American Girl” “Little Toy Guns” “Before He Cheats” “Smoke Break” “Something in the Water”
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Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller Tour Sparkles in Philadelphia
Mid-way through Carrie Underwood's concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, she took a moment to talk about what country music means to her.
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Mid-way through Carrie Underwood ’s concert at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, she took a moment to talk about what country music means to her.
“What better genre is there to tell stories?” she asked the audience.
Underwood brought her Storyteller 2016 tour to the City of Brotherly love, and though she could just let her music do all the storytelling, the artist took a few moments to share personal stories about her new life as a mother to her son, Isaiah (“my greatest accomplishment”), her “cool job,” and her love and respect for Dolly Parton .
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That said, Underwood’s two-hour Monday night show (Feb. 22) was anything but a traditional country show, as the superstar presented a visual spectacle with a stage set-up that has to be seen to be believed.
The entire evening is performed in the round, providing a 360-degree experience that gives every fan a chance to see the American Idol season four winner up close and personal. The stage has movable parts, allowing Underwood to emerge on a high platform or drop down below the stage for one of four stunning costume changes — from gold to beige, and also an eye-catching red dress and a silver/black sparkly outfit with matching microphone. Driving the action is a three-tiered lighting structure that at times flashed lyrics to songs or provided a kaleidoscope of color to keep up with the evening’s action-packed pace.
Underwood set the high-octane tone before even setting foot on the stage as AC/DC’s “Back in Black” blared throughout the arena. As the lighting structure lowered to the center of the stage like the mother ship landing on Earth, Underwood’s amazingly tight six-piece band (pedal steel guitars, banjos and fiddles each got their proper due) emerged like magic playing the opening refrains of “Renegade Runaway.” Glittering in a gold, sparkly mini-dress and long black boots, Underwood came out swinging with “Last Name” (mixed with a little bit of the Miranda Lambert duet, “Something Bad”) and the anthem “Good Girl” amidst a backdrop of swirling lights and a rotating stage.
“I am always so excited when we play Philadelphia,” she exclaimed. “You guys are crazy — and I like crazy.”
The audience at the Wells Fargo Center was definitely loud, engaging in many sing-alongs throughout the evening. “Jesus Take the Wheel,” for instance, took the audience to church, and the electric energy in the venue amped Underwood even more as the evening went on. Even though it was obvious she was fighting off a cold, Underwood overcame that like the professional she is, hitting an unbelievably high note while belting her early hit, “Wasted.”
Vocal fireworks doesn’t tell the whole story, however. There are sparklers, lasers, explosions, smoke, and even actual fireworks thrown in for good measure. For “Cowboy Casanova,” Underwood ascends from beneath the stage atop a jukebox awash in sparklers and visuals of vinyl records on the video screens. Later in the show, Underwood emerged in a bedazzled red dress to underscore the drama of her hit, “Blown Away,” recreating a tornado effect with the 32-year old in the center of the storm.
While Underwood said she was proud that the songs on that album were “dramatic, edgy and cool,” she admitted it was kind of scary to find new themes for new material on the next album.
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“I’m really proud of this Storyteller album,” she said. “It’s different for me.”
Newer songs — particularly “Heartbeat” and the “twangy” “Dirty Laundry” — from that October release fared well in this setting. Especially surprising was a harmonica duel, in which Underwood showed off her new harp skills on the song “Choctaw County Affair.”
A sweet cover of Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” and a group number of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “Fishin’ in the Dark,” with openers Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers, continued the party until the superstar got the entire audience involved in the act with her “Carriecam,” videotaping fans for the big screens and making sure to make contact with the fans in the general admission area. A communal rave up of “Before He Cheats” capped off the night before she returned for a stunning finale of “Smoke Break” and “Something in the Water,” where the lights created a purple waterfall, enveloping her in serene colors for a cool finish.
Early attendees to the show were treated to openers The Swon Brothers, who provided a short but extremely fun set that included cuts from their new album, “Timeless.” A cover of Jason DeRulo’s “Want to Want Me” got the crowd dancing, and elicited cheers from fans of The Voice alum.
Florida’s Easton Corbin was equally entertaining, with a funny bit mixing in Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” (an ode to the year he was born-1982), Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” and TLC’s “Waterfalls” before delivering a spirited cover of Toby Keith’s “Should Have Been a Cowboy.” Corbin incorporated the audience into his set as well with a fun call for participation on his new song, “Yup” and older treats, “Lovin’ You is Fun.” Preceding “Are You With Me,” he gave a heartfelt speech to the servicemen in attendance at the show, mentioning that his own father was a Vietnam War veteran.
- “Renegade Runaway”
- “Last Name”/ “Something Bad”
- “Undo It”
- “Good Girl”
- “Church Bells”
- “Mexico” (Instrumental Transition)
- “Cowboy Casanova”
- “Jesus, Take the Wheel”
- “Blown Away”
- “Two Black Cadillacs”
- “Dirty Laundry”
- “Choctaw County Affair”
- “Relapse” (Instrumental Transition)
- “I Will Always Love You” (Dolly Parton cover) (Acoustic)
- “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted”
- “Fishin’ in the Dark” (The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band cover) (With Easton Corbin & The Swon Brothers)
- “Clock Don’t Stop”
- “All-American Girl”
- “Little Toy Guns”
- “Before He Cheats
- “Smoke Break”
- “Something in the Water”
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Carrie Underwood: The Storyteller Tour - Stories in the Round
Relive the highly successful Storyteller Tour - Stories in the Round, filmed at Underwood's sold-out Madison Square Garden show. The live concert features 17 of her 26 #1 singles, including ... Read all Relive the highly successful Storyteller Tour - Stories in the Round, filmed at Underwood's sold-out Madison Square Garden show. The live concert features 17 of her 26 #1 singles, including "Church Bells," "Dirty Laundry," and "Something In The Water." 2016's top touring country ... Read all Relive the highly successful Storyteller Tour - Stories in the Round, filmed at Underwood's sold-out Madison Square Garden show. The live concert features 17 of her 26 #1 singles, including "Church Bells," "Dirty Laundry," and "Something In The Water." 2016's top touring country female of the year took her critically-acclaimed world tour across nine countries, playing... Read all
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Carrie Underwood Stages Biggest Tour of Career with "The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round"
Carrie Underwood’s “Storyteller Tour - Stories in the Round” launched on Saturday in Jacksonville, FL, and continued Monday in Atlanta, GA, both to sold-out 360-degree crowds. The tour's 17 semi-trucks and 8 buses rolled into Greensboro, NC for the third show tonight to continue its highly-successful 2016 run. Already fans and critics are raving about her stand-out performances coupled with the dramatic in-the-round stage production.
The show “is a no-expense-spared spectacle that highlights her approachable beauty, her roar of a voice and a substantive set of songs that have commanded the charts since her ‘American Idol’ victory a long decade ago,” expressed the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “The in-the-round setup commissioned by Underwood allows for unparalleled vantage points – and even those in the arena’s highest peaks could watch one of four oval video screens situated above each side of the stage.” And says the Florida Times-Union, “Lasers and swaying spotlights and fireworks and explosions all added to the spectacle. But make no mistake, Underwood was the star of the show.”
Underwood, known for her vocal prowess and the ability to create stellar performance moments in any realm, concert, television, or recordings, spent much of 2015 working with her team to create her most spectacular concert tour to date. Barry Lather (Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Usher, Michael Jackson) is the tour’s Creative Director and Butch Allen (Metallica, The Eagles, Eric Church, No Doubt) is Production & Lighting Designer. "The Storyteller Tour” required many weeks of technical planning and rehearsing to program lighting cues, automation, and special effects, followed by numerous full-on performance rehearsals with Underwood and her band. "The Storyteller Tour” features a staple in any Underwood production, wardrobe changes. She worked with Emmy-winning costume designer Marina Toybina to create varying costume options for each of the five acts so fans will see a variety of outfits every night during her 100+ minute set. Marina also designed the wardrobe for Underwood’s 2012/2013 “Blown Away Tour.”
The massive stage has seven elevator lifts and spans over 150 feet across the arena floor, with a main center stage expanse of 48 feet in diameter that rotates 360-degrees. The center lift can raise to 18 feet high. There are four satellite stages and three concentric LED rings that hover in the air and move throughout the show for visual moments and effects, plus four larger oval screens that provide video for fans on all sides of the arena. A very unique spotlight technology, the Black Track system, follows Carrie where ever she travels across the massive stage with aide by special beacons that have been built into her wardrobe.
Underwood will take a short break from the tour following this weekend to perform on the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards®, where the seven-time GRAMMY winner is nominated this year for “Little Toy Guns” in the Best Country Solo Performance category. The GRAMMY Awards® will broadcast live on the CBS Television Network, Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
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Feb-3 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Feb-5 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center Feb-17 Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center Feb-20 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum Feb-22 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center Feb-23 Boston, MA TD Garden Feb-25 Washington, DC Verizon Center Mar-4 Stockholm, Sweden C2C/Hovet* Mar-5 Oslo, Norway C2C/Spektrum* Mar-11 Glasgow, Scotland C2C/ Clyde Auditorium* Mar-12 London, England C2C/ O2 Arena* Mar-13 Dublin, Ireland C2C/ 3 Arena* Mar-17 Youngstown, OH Covelli Centre Mar-19 Allentown, PA PPL Center Mar-22 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills Mar-24 St. Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena Mar-26 Lincoln, NE Pinnacle Bank Arena Mar-29 Colorado Springs, CO Broadmoor World Arena Mar-30 Denver, CO Pepsi Center Apr-1 Las Vegas, NV ACM Party for a Cause Festival* Apr-5 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center Apr-8 Reno, NV Reno Events Center Apr-10 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena Apr-12 Stockton, CA Stockton Arena Apr-14 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena Apr-16 Las Cruces, NM Pan American Center Apr-18 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center Apr-19 Houston, TX Toyota Center Apr-22 Bossier City, LA CenturyLink Center Apr-24 Lafayette, LA Cajundome Apr-27 Tulsa, OK BOK Center Apr-28 N. Little Rock, AR Verizon Arena Apr-30 Indio, CA Stagecoach* May-3 Madison, WI Kohl Center May-5 Green Bay, WI Resch Center May-7 Grand Forks, ND Ralph Engelstad Arena May-10 Casper, WY Casper Events Center May-12 Billings, MT Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark May-15 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center May-17 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena May-18 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena May-24 Buffalo, NY First Niagara Center May-27 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre May-28 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre May-30 London, ON Budweiser Gardens *festival date
“Storyteller Tour- Stories in the Round,” in association with ALMAY, and Carnival in support of Operation Homefront, is promoted by AEG in North America and includes special guests Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers. For tickets and more information visit stocktonlive.com
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Carrie Underwood performed the final date of her Storyteller Tour on Monday night (Nov. 28), and the singer shared her appreciation for her fans — and openers the Swon Brothers and Easton Corbin — on social media.
"So bittersweet. It's been such an amazing year! Thank you fans for the ❤️ night after night!" she writes on Twitter. Underwood also shared photos with her tourmates, who gifted the singer with some goodbye wall art.
"Thank you so much @theswonbrothers for being on this adventure with us!" she captions a drawing of her and the Swon Brothers performing together. "It's hard to believe we all started out as kids with big dreams singing everywhere in Oklahoma together! We sure have come a long way. I'm glad to say I knew you back when... Love you guys..."
Underwood and Zac Swon went to college together at Northeastern State University.
Later, the country superstar posted a photo with her other tour opener, Corbin, who gifted her with a beautiful portrait of Dolly Parton .
"Thanks, @eastoncorbin for being on this amazing tour. And thank you for this incredible gift! One of my favorite pics of one of my favorite artists ever!" she says alongside a photo of the gift. "It really has been a pleasure getting to work with you. You and your crew are so hard-working and sweet. Keep on being awesome, no matter where the road takes you next."
Easton returned the thank you, commenting on the photo on Instagram.
"It's been an honor to work with such an amazing artist on this incredible tour. I can't say it enough, but thank you to you and your team for letting me be a part of this special journey, @carrieunderwood!"
Underwood recently picked up Favorite Country Album for Storyteller at the 2016 American Music Awards.
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The 2016 tour is in support of Carrie’s now Gold-certified Storyteller album, which made a historic debut in October when she became the only artist in the chart’s 51-year history to have each of her first six albums to enter the chart at #1.
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Carrie Underwood Wraps The Storyteller Tour
Carrie Underwood with The Swon Brothers. Photo: Carrie Underwood/Instagram
Carrie Underwood wrapped her ambitious The Storyteller Tour-Stories In The Round on Nov. 28 with a show in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since the trek launched in January, Underwood and her band have performed 92 shows, playing for one million fans. Along the way, the spectacle met with sold-out crowds in New York City (Madison Square Garden), Los Angeles (STAPLES Center), Nashville (Bridgestone Arena), Toronto (Air Canada Center) and more.
During the tour’s final stop, Underwood’s openers Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers , commemorated the tour by surprising Underwood with custom artwork.
Easton Corbin and Carrie Underwood. Photo: Carrie Underwood/Instagram
The tour has logged more than 50,000 miles, and includes 18 trucks and eight buses to keep the production on the road.
The 150-feet-long, in-the-round style stage included seven stage elevators, three rings of video screen, and a revolving central stage. Barry Lather, who has worked with Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Mariah Carey and Usher, served as the tour’s creative director. Butch Allen, who has worked with Metallica, Eric Church, and No Doubt, was Production & Lighting Designer. Underwood’s tour wardrobe, designed by Marina Toybina, included 32 custom-made costumes and 214 pieces of jewelry to create different outfit combinations for the show’s five acts in each city.
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Carrie Underwood's Sunday Night Football Gig Earns Her Major $$$
Posted: November 7, 2023 | Last updated: November 7, 2023
Carrie Underwood is a household name beyond the country music scene, but she'll totally be in her element on Nov. 8 at the Country Music Awards . The singer is nominated for the coveted "Entertainer of The Year" award, alongside other notable country stars like Luke Combs and Lainey Wilson .
While her fans think she was a bit snubbed at this year's awards, this country queen can really can do it all. Since winning American Idol shot her to fame in 2005, she's become a Grammy-award-winning singer, a mom of two , a fitness buff , and a TV host. Oh, and let's not forget this mogul created and sold her own athleisure company, and pulls in a ton of dough while on tour. Basically, the 40-year-old has a lot of money-making endeavors that add up to a pretty big number in her bank account.
Overall, she's worn many hats (not just ones fit for a cowgirl), which has helped her rake in a cool amount of cash. Curious to know how Carrie makes it big? Women's Health has all the details on her net worth and ventures:
What is Carrie Underwood's net worth in 2023?
NBD, just about $140 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth . That's a nice chunk of change (to say the least). In 2019, she was only worth $85 million, which means this star has been putting in the work over the past four years.
Carrie Underwood earns around $18 million a season for Sunday Night Football.
Carrie replaced singer Faith Hill as the performing artist for the Sunday Night Football theme in 2013, which is kind of a big deal. This year marks the singer's 11th consecutive season with the gig, per Rolling Stone .
She reportedly makes $1 million per week (or $18 million a season) for that gig, per Celebrity Net Worth, although the claims haven’t been proven. And, since she's returning this season —get ready for a huge increase in the star's net worth.
She started a fitness clothing line that she later sold.
CALIA was started by Carrie in 2015, and boasts everything from comfy leggings to jackets and swimwear. CALIA is available at DICK's Sporting Goods and, according to Fortune , it's the third most popular brand at the chain.
In 2021, Carrie shared on Instagram that after six years, she was leaving the brand. And, while it’s not clear exactly how much she made when she sold her stake in the company, it’s safe to say that she likely made a decent chunk of change .
"I am so proud of everything we’ve created and built, and look forward to seeing where CALIA goes from here!" she wrote. "I’m excited about all the future has to bring! ❤️💪."
Carrie Underwood has sold over 85 million records.
Carrie has been in the music game for a loooong time. The country star has put out 10 (yep, 10) studio albums, and most of them have been incredibly popular, according to All Music .
In recent years, she's been cranking out album after album, with a new one in 2018, 2020, 2021, and 2022. Carrie has had one song on the No. 1 Top hits on Billboard Top 100, and four songs on the Top 10 Hits, per Billboard .
Overall, Carrie has sold over 85 million records, according to her website, and released 28 number one singles. What's more, she has seven albums that are certified multi-platinum or platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America . So, she's probably scored a lot of dough from all that success.
Carrie Underwood has earned over $200 million from touring .
She's a performer at heart (after all, Carrie got her start on American Idol ), and her concerts are a huge moneymaker for her. Case in point: Carrie's Cry Pretty tour raked in $50 million back in 2019, according to Billboard . But her highest grossing tour was the Storyteller Tour in 2016, which earned around $58.1 million.
And most recently, she wrapped up her Denim & Rhinestones tour (the album's "Deluxe Edition" came out in September 2023) which kicked off on October 15, 2022, in Greenville, South Carolina, and stopped in 43 cities before she finished her final show on March 17. While numbers for this tour aren't public yet, it likely pulled in a similar amount to her Cry Pretty tour.
Currently, Carrie is hard at work on her Las Vegas residency , and just added new dates through December 2023. She's been crushing it in Vegas since December 2021, and returned in June after her touring hiatus. Overall, Billboard estimates Carrie's gross income from touring is around $273.1 million. Phew.
How much is Carrie Underwood's husband net worth?
Carrie’s husband, retired NHL star Mike Fisher , isn’t hard up for cash, either. He’s worth $30 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth . So, together, they're worth just shy of $200 million.
Carrie Underwood also makes money from endorsements.
Even if you're not a country music fan, you probably recognize Carrie's voice from her Sunday Night Football commercials. She is also a spokesperson for the anti-bullying campaign Choose Kindness and was a global brand ambassador for beauty brand Almay . All those promotional deals mean dolla-dolla bills in her already well-stocked bank account.
Carrie has a fitness platform.
Carrie launched the Fit52 fitness app in 2020 , and it's still going strong with over 500,000 users, per the App Store.
The app is a collaboration with Carrie’s longtime trainer, Eve Overland, and features a “ wide variety of workout routines that can be done in as little as 30 minutes,” according to Carrie’s official website . Users can pay $69.99 per year or $14.99 per month for a subscription.
How much did Carrie Underwood make from her book?
Yup. Is there anything this woman can't do? In March 2020, Carrie released her first book, Find Your Path: Honor Your Body, Fuel Your Soul, and Get Strong with the Fit52 Life —which, you guessed it, is connected to her fitness app.
The book peaked at No. 2 on the New York Times bestseller list, and details the singer's path for being healthy 52 weeks a year.
How much did Carrie Underwood make from American Idol ?
Way back when (a.k.a. in 2005), Carrie took home 1st place on American Idol season 4. While the exact amount of money she won hasn’t been publicly disclosed, The New York Times reported that, at the show's height, winners earned about $1 million. And since Carrie's season took place during peak Idol days, it's possible she pocketed roughly $1 million.
And, in 2014, Forbes declared her the most successful winner of the series to date. Yup. She was ranked even higher than Kelly Clarkson .
How much are Carrie Underwood's houses worth?
Carrie and her husband purchased 400 acres of land in Franklin, Tennessee, in 2011 for about $3 million, per Variety and Hello! . From there, the couple built their home from the ground up, adding in private horse stables, a lake, greenhouse, and a beautiful garden (a.k.a. Carrie's "happy place").
This down-to-earth gal loves eating fresh veggies from her garden, as evidence by her IG below:
In 2019, the couple put their old house up for sale for $1.45 million, per Architectural Digest . Some sources say that the couple are still building their dream house in Franklin, but it's likely their family still lives somewhere in Nashville.
She's an "All-American Girl" living (and loving) the American Dream.
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