News Country 08/03/2006

Carrie Underwood To Debut New Single On Television

NASHVILLE, TN. (Carrie Underwood Official Website) -– Carrie Underwood will debut her second single, 'Don't Forget To Remember Me,' from double platinum selling album SOME HEARTS with debut appearances on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' March 13 and 'Live with Regis & Kelly' March 14.
On March 18 she will make her third Grand Ole Opry appearance on 'Grand Ole Opry Live' which airs on GAC: Great American Country.

Carrie will begin her journey to New York City for the first appearances by way of Atlantic City where she will spend her 23rd birthday, March 10, taping a VH1 Special with Heart 'Decades Rock Live.' Carrie is a huge Heart fan and is thrilled to be able to perform a song from her album as well as sing a song with Ann and Nancy Wilson for the television special slated to air May 5.

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