Check out the beautiful black and white HQ background video Carrie Underwood used for her tour performances of “Undo It” from her recent “Play On” concert tour. Also, added a video of highlights from her concert.

From Billboard Country:

Country Music’s most powerful vocalist, Carrie Underwood, notched one of the most successful tours of 2010, as her “Play On Tour” drew one million fans to her 108 total concert dates. Underwood’s “Play On Tour” production used a massive stage production with state-of-the-art lighting and high-tech video. The tour carried 80 personnel on the road, traveling over 35,000 miles in 13 trucks and 8 buses.

See the video below

Undo It

http://youtu.be/sNJ1vL4spRI

Concert screens – Highlights

http://youtu.be/oex4ZzNgOlI

 
  • windmills

    There’s also this amazing professionally shot HQ footage of Carrie’s Play On tour, little snips of most of the songs she sang on tour and you get close ups of the lighting and set design:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oex4ZzNgOlI&feature=player_embedded#at=79

    I love getting these tour goodies, I wish they’d release a full PO tour DVD.

  • blmetsfan

    Oh my… so clear!

  • aidancash1

    It really should be illegal that someone is that gorgeous and talented. I love her.

  • thebluemartini

    Seeing those highlights make me wish I was able to go see her on this tour…ah, maybe next tour.

  • bentley1530

    Looking at this tour information, I wonder how much money it cost to produce this tour. We learn about tickets sold but this must have been very expensive to run. I remember in the middle of Lady Gaga’s tour there were a few stories about how the tour was costing more to run than it was making and this was even after she moved up to the larger US venues. Of course who knows what the true story is when it comes to money.

  • yaddabing

    So they recorded the entire concert but didn’t release it on DVD?

    Ok then.

  • windmills

    yaddabing: So they recorded the entire concert but didn’t release it on DVD?

    Ok then.

    It sounds crazy. But I have a theory/crazy hope that they’re saving the live footage for a time when Carrie takes a break and/or they release a greatest hits album. When Brad released his greatest hits, he did a disc of live versions. I can see them doing that for Carrie so there’s actually a reason in the era of Itunes to get a greatest hits CD.

  • stwbcross

    It sounds crazy. But I have a theory/crazy hope that they’re saving the live footage for a time when Carrie takes a break and/or they release a greatest hits album.

    I hope you’re right. We’ve been waiting for years. :(

  • Reflections On Life

    I’m a casual country listener (have CMT on when I’m doing chores around the house, it’s the only game in town still playing back-to-back music videos). Watching the “Concert Screens – Highlights” video, it struck me that none of Carrie’s songs actually sound like country songs. They pretty much all sound like rock songs to me (not hard rock or metal, just basic rock), and the slower ones sound like pop-rock ballads. It all sounds great, and the concert looks well-produced, but none of it sounds country to me IMHO.