Underwood releases "Play On" cover
Monday, August 31, 2009
– Carrie Underwood released the cover of her third release, "Play On," today. The cover features Underwood sitting at a table with her chin resting on the palm of her hand.
Due Nov. 3, "Play On" draws its title from the name of a song on the new album. Since the release of her debut album, "Some Hearts," in 2005, Underwood has amassed sales of more than 10 million albums with "Some Hearts" and 2007's "Carnival Ride." This year, she became the first country artist in history and the only American Idol winner ever to achieve 10 number 1 singles from their first 2 albums.
Underwood is currently continuing work on "Play On," once again teamed with producer Mark Bright, who helmed her "Carnival Ride" collection and seven tracks from "Some Hearts."
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