We all know that Carrie Underwood is one of the most talented women in country music, but did you know that her musical ability isn’t limited to just singing?
If you’ve never seen the American Idol champ in concert then you may not know that she boasts a second musical talent that few get to see…she plays the harmonica. Not only does she play the harmonica, but she tears it up!
Underwood had the opportunity to showcase her harmonica skills during her tours, something that many fans considered a highlight of the event. A lucky few have had the chance to see Underwood play harmonica up close and personal during private concerts, and it is a sight to behold!
In a clip posted to YouTube, we get to see Carrie go head-to-head with a band mate as they trade harmonica riffs during a private concert for MasterCard American Airlines AAdvantage members last year. Carrie was flawless as she cut loose on the harmonica during the opening bars of her song “Choctaw County Affair.”
The American Idol champ recently released a new single, “Cry Pretty,” also the title track for her sixth studio album that is slated to be released later this year. Undoubtedly a tour will follow where the 35-year old will wow the audience with her incomparable talent once again.
Watch Carrie Underwood battle it out with a band mate in the ultimate harmonica playoff below.
Country music star Shania Twain brought a fairy tale to life when she casually strolled out on her concert stage in a flowing cape atop a massive white horse! Fans were thrilled when the country beauty made her way across the venue, proudly showcasing her beautiful white horse.
Twain showed her noble steed’s incredible tricks, commanding him to bow down towards the audience multiple times before gracefully dismounting from the animal and beginning an angelic performance of “You’re Still The One”.
The audience roared with applause as the horse obediently followed the singer, displaying their admirable bond and this country gal’s love of all things southern!
“You’re Still The One” was written and released by Twain in 1998 as the third single off her Come on Over album. The single peaked at No.2 and became her first top ten hit on Billboard’s all-genre Hot 100.
Watch it all go down in the video below!