Whether singing of promiscuity in Las Vegas, seeking vengeance on an old flame or the power of divine intervention, Carrie Underwood brought sass, class and irrefutable vocal power to her Wednesday night (Oct. 13) concert at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
Following a brief set from country newcomers Sons of Sylvia, as well as a hit-filled performance by Billy Currington, the Nashville stop on Underwood's Play On tour began and ended on a rather magical note.
The jam-packed audience had their first glimpse of the blond star as she dramatically elevated from beneath the stage. As the backdrop faded into a busy cityscape, she appeared in the center, perched atop a rotating, fire-red sofa.
Without a hitch -- or a drop of sweat or a hair out of place -- Underwood brought Music City two hours of dynamic set and wardrobe changes to her performance. Throughout the entire evening, she managed to tastefully and effectively intertwine love, lust, nostalgia and vengeance along with a passionate dose of spirituality.
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