Video of the Day: Carrie Underwood Singing “Cowboy Casanova” at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction

Listen below as Carrie Underwood NAILS her new single “Cowboy Casanova” in a live performance at the induction ceremony for her entry into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.  Her voice is truly incredible; it sounds even better than the recording.  Listen below:

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8 responses to “Video of the Day: Carrie Underwood Singing “Cowboy Casanova” at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction

  1. I think she has a great voice, and definately showcases her talent LIVE. There are some artists that have absolutely NO business singing live, but Carrie Underwood is a megastar. Ironically, I never much cared for country music, but I can dig it now.

    • I completely agree, Tanya. She has an incredible voice even on live performances, and as you said, you can’t say that about many people. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing her live twice and she was amazing. Such a great talent.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

      Rick

  2. jan

    i knew she would be good, she is a great singer
    and she can see live. not like another singer, which i won’t mention any names. lol
    i do like this song and it will be a number one
    hit for her. can’t wait till her cd comes out.
    great job carrie

  3. rainbow

    Carrie is simply amazing!! She can sing anything!! What a wonderful young woman!!

  4. Jan

    I was there and she was GREAT!

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