Carrie Underwood was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame yesterday (Sept. 17). Along with Carrie, Rocky Frisco and Ramona Reed were also honored with their induction into the Oklahoma organization. Carrie, Rocky and Ramona were all on hand to perform at the 13th Annual Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Concert at the Muskogee Civic Center.
Carrie was honored in 2005 by Oklahoma’s Music Hall of Fame, when they presented her with the Rising Star Award.
Oklahoma’s Music Hall of Fame has honored more than 50 musicians, singers, individuals and groups for their talent and contributions to the industry, including their hall of fame inductees.
For Carrie, this is just one more milestone in her already very successful country music career. Other awards and honors she has picked up include the Academy of Country Music Entertainer of The Year; three-time reigning ACM and Country Music Association Female Vocalist of The Year; and four-time Grammy winner. And I’m sure there will be a lot more added to that list in the years ahead.
The next thing Carrie has up on her schedule is the CMA Awards on Nov. 11 in Nashville. With her new CD scheduled for release on Nov. 3, I’m sure we’ll be seeing her on television, and probably other places, too – promoting the new CD.
That’s going to do it for this morning. You guys have a good Friday. I’ll talk to you soon. Tomorrow night I’m off to see Jake Owen at the Washington County Fair. I hope the weather holds.