Chris O’Kelley

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Who knew that on August 8, 2004 in St. Louis, Missouri would be a day that changed country music forever?

Among the people who were trying out for “American Idol” auditions being held at the Edward Jones Dome, was none other than Carrie Underwood. She sang
and covered Bonnie Raitt’s Hit, “I Can’t Make You Love Me”

Since that day, Carrie has gone on to 66 million records worldwide, putting out 9 studio albums, she’s had 28 number one songs of which 14 she wrote, sold out venues worldwide, and won awards from every organization in music.

Let’s take a look back at some of Carrie’s highlights!

  • The first Audition!

    Carrie Crushed It

  • The Moment She Won It All.

    And The Winner Is?

  • Then The Hit's Started Coming In!

    This was Carrie’s first song that was released to Country Radio!

  • She Covered A Randy Travis Song!

    She could not have picked a better song to cover.

  • The Sassy Side Starts To Come Out Here

    You Go Girl

  • And The Hits Just Kept Coming!

    More Sass!

  • More Carrie

    GALLERY: Carrie Underwood At CMA Fest Through The Years