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article imageReview: Carrie Underwood performs at Madison Square Garden in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 26, 2016 in Music
New York - On October 25, Carrie Underwood performed a headlining show at Madison Square Garden in New York as part of her "Storyteller" tour.
The country songstress opened her set with "Renegade Runaway," prior to singing her Grammy-winning "Last Name," which was incorporated as a medley with the spitfire "Somethin' Bad."
It was followed by a few fan-favorite numbers such as "Undo It," "Good Girl" and the powerhouse "Church Bells," where she showed off her impressive pipes. "Cowboy Casanova" was a neat upbeat and sassy tune.
"Heartbeat" was a superb vocal performance that she sang on a turntable as disco lights graced the venue, and everybody was singing along. She took her fans on a trip down memory lane with her breakthrough single "Jesus Take the Wheel," as well as "Wasted."
"Blown Away" was a true tour de force performance, showcasing her incredible range, which was one of the highlight vocals of the evening. Her set included her latest radio single "Dirty Laundry," and she tipped her hat to country queen Dolly Parton with her stirring version of "I Will Always Love You," as well as Alabama with "Mountain Music," which was an added treat. Equally dynamic was her live rendition of "All-American Girl."
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closed with her angst-filled "Before He Cheats," where she showed some attitude, and returned for an encore that included "Something In the Water," which featured a neat waterfall backdrop that was coupled with a verse from "Amazing Grace." "Thank you so much," she said, effusively. "I think this is the best crowd we've had in the entire tour. You guys are incredible."
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