Carrie Underwood may be known for her country songs, but she recently proved her talent as she can also sing rock music in her own interpretation.
According Billboardthe country star has released an exclusive live performance album for a music streaming platform titled “Apple Music Sessions: Carrie Underwood.”
The new extended play included several live performances of his classic songs “Ghost Story” from his hit album “Denim & Rhinestones” and 2012’s “Blown Away.”
The song that stood out the most was her chilling rendition of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Mama I’m Coming Home.”
While promoting his new record in a Instagram postthe former ‘American Idol’ star said the Black Sabbath frontman’s track was one of his “all-time favorite songs.”
The outlet noted that the song was part of the rock singer’s 1991 album “No More Tears” and released as a single the following year.
“Mama, I’m Coming Home” was the only song in Osbourne’s catalog that managed to enter the top 30 on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked at number 28 in April 1992.
Wearing a gold dress and denim jacket, Underwood delivered her performance in the most unique way, singing the song on a grittier note.
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Although he is popularly known for singing country, pop and gospel music, the singer also sings rock songs on many occasions.
The EP’s recent release comes weeks after Underwood performed with Guns ‘N Roses at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, UK as special guests.
Take from social mediathe country star expressed his gratitude and feelings for his surprise appearance at the concert.
“Never in a million years would I have thought of spending not one but TWO nights of my life on stage with @gunsnroses ! Thank you, once again, to the band and crew and, of course, the fantastic crowd! The energy was [lightining bolt emoji]!!! Until next time…” she wrote.
The first song she covered was the band’s classic “Sweet Child O’ Mine” after being introduced onstage by frontman Axl Rose.
The country star then sang his rendition of the song in front of 70,000 people.
Along with the classic track, Underwood then returned to the stage for the ending song “Paradise City”.
Prior to their UK show, they have also collaborated in the past at the country star’s Stagecoach Festival which takes place in California.
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