Country-pop songstress Carrie Underwood got her start on the fourth season of American Idol in 2005.
Her first album, Some Hearts, was the fastest selling debut country album in history and eventually achieved multi-platinum status, thanks in no small part to the hit singles “Some Hearts,” “Wasted,” and of course “Inside Your Heaven.” But this little girl from Muskogee, Oklahoma was just getting started.
In October 2007 Underwood set out to prove that she and her success were not just riding on AI’s coattails. With the release of her second album Carnival Ride, that is exactly what she was hoping to prove and it seems to be working.
The album sold more than half a million copies in the first week and so far spawned the hit song “So Small,” the first song to have a co-writing credit for Underwood.
Now the popular on demand music network Music Choice has chosen Underwood as its Artist of the Month for November. For her feature Underwood will be taking fans on a behind-the-scenes tour of the filming of the video for her new single “So Small.” Underwood will host a chronological video tour of her rise to superstardom as well as participating in an unscripted Q&A with fans.
Music Choice US was launched 1990 as digital cable radio, and has grown in the 17 years since it launch to include cable and satellite TV video-on-demand, digital cable radio music networks, online services and most recently it has been made available on cell phones.
Music Choice’s cable and satellite video-on-demand service reaches, nationwide 23 of the top 25 markets. The digital and cable music radio networks cater for all musical genres with channels dedicated to everything from rock to rap and country to classical.
The online services are available through Comcast and Time Warner Cable. This online service replicates the video-on-demand available on cable and satellite, streaming, interruption free, more than 50 music channels, with the added ability to customise music playlists with hundreds of music videos over multiple genres.