Headlines: Carrie Underwood, Sundance Head’s First Anthem

Country Music Superstar Carrie Underwood To Perform Aboard Carnival Imagination In April 2017 As Part Of Carnival LIVE Concert Series – Carnival Cruise Line is continuing its popular Carnival LIVE concert series with a shipboard concert by seven-time Grammy Award-winning country music superstar Carrie Underwood aboard the Carnival Imagination in April 2017. Tickets are on sale now at https://www.carnival.com/carnivallive.  One of the most popular and best-selling artists in country music, Underwood will perform in Carnival Imagination’s intimate Dynasty Lounge while the ship is docked in Catalina Island on April 4, 2017, during a four-day cruise that departs from Long Beach, Calif., April 2, 2017. – Read more at Yahoo

Justin Guarini Is Glad He Didn’t Win American Idol: ‘I Was Not Ready’ – The 38-year-old singer and actor — currently earning rave reviews for his turn in Broadway’s new musical In Transit — told PEOPLE that while there are things he would have changed about his time on the show, beating out Kelly Clarkson for the top prize isn’t one of them. “I think my life would have gone differently had I won,” Guarini said. “I was not ready, and I was just naive. I believed I was going to work hard and people would take care of me — and that’s not how the business works. – Read more at People

The Voice Winner Sundance Head Says He’s Terrified of His Next Gig – Before that though, he’ll be doing what he considers to be another tough gig: singing the National Anthem at the Texans-Jaguars game Sunday — at NRG Stadium in his hometown of Houston, no less. Modest as he is though (he said in the interview he still feels “50 percent” to where he needs to be as an artist), Head admits that he’s terrified he’ll botch the gig. “I think I’m going to be a nervous wreck. This song means so much, I’m paranoid I’m going to drop a line or sing something wrong. I’ve been challenged all summer; I look at it like another another opportunity to go slay. I hope [my voice] can soar to the rafters, knock the bolts out of the ceiling. Plus, I get a free game and a hot dog out of it.” – TVGuide.com

The Voice’s Paxton Ingram Won’t Quit Calling Miami Home – “A lot of the album I wrote on my own, but I had countless sessions with new writers and different writers, and I learned from them,” he says. “I didn’t come home until the album was finished. It was the best thing for me to do, ’cause if I’m here in Miami I’m not in the middle of the pop writers. If I’m in LA, I’m in the middle of it. I’m with the writers that are writing for Ariana [Grande].” – Read more at Miami New Times

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