CARRIE CELEBRATES TRIPLE PLATINUM

Carrie Underwood celebrated the success of her debut CD Some Hearts, which has now surpassed the three million mark, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tuesday, April 11.

The CD, released in November, has become the fastest-selling debut album by a female country artist. During the festivities, attended by Carrie’s mother as well as Music Row industry members, Carrie made sure to acknowledge the songwriters who worked on Some Hearts. "I’m just the decoration to the songs. It took so much more to make a successful album, to put everything together so perfectly," she said.

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