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Carrie Underwood "Play On Tour" at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

It's difficult not to be moved by the story of Carrie Underwood who was raised on her parents' farm in the rural town of Checotah, Oklahoma and rose to fame as the winner of the fourth season of American Idol.  In the past five years her accomplishments include becoming a multi-platinum selling recording artist, as well as being a multiple Grammy Award winner.

Winning back-to-back Academy of Country Music awards for the Entertainer of the year, Carrie Underwood will be continuing her "Play On Tour" including a concert at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena on Tuesday, October 26th.  Tickets go on sale on Saturday, April 24 through www.jaxevents.com or www.ticketmaster.com   Inspired by the "36 cents" which was written in the lyrics of her album track "Change", a donation of 36 cents for every ticket sold for the fall tour will be presented to the Save the Children's United States Programs.

Special guests included on the fall tour are singer/songwriter Billy Currington and Sons of Silvia Billy Currington, a country music artist, has released three studio albums and has charted with Shania Twain for a total of ten Top 40 country hits. Sons of Sylvia is an American country music trio consists of three brothers with the surname Clark. Adam plays the guitar, mandolin, Ashley is the lead vocalist and plays the fiddle, mandolin and guitar. Austin is a background vocalist and plays the resonator guitar. They will be debuting their album, Revelation, on April 27, 2010.

The "Play On Tour" promises to be an incredible tour. Underwood has been highly praised for her astounding vocals and captivating performances.  Enhanced by lighting, electronic effects and backing props, the artistry of Carrie Underwood is a concert that you don't want to miss.

Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena is located at 300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202 map (904) 630-3900

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