"American Idol" champ Carrie Underwood is gunning for success in not only the pop format, but the country arena too
American Idol winner Carrie Underwood is an enthusiastic person, but in a positive way of course. The singer spreads her wings, walking on her way to conquer larger territory. Soon as she embraces success in pop music industry with her latest single "Inside Your Heaven," she will in the near future out a country album dubbed "Some Hearts."
For the sake of the album promotion, Arista Nashville, a division of RCA Label Group has inked deal with 19 Recordings and J Records in New York to promote the November 15 release set. "It's a dual approach," says RCA Label Group chairman Joe Galante.
Further, Galante revealed that his Nashville office would handle country radio promotion for Underwood's single "Jesus, Take the Wheel," as well as other marketing and promotion efforts in the country community. On the other hand, The J Records staff is handling the album's title track for top 40 and adult contemporary radio as well as taking the record to retail.