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Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban set to tour together

Sunday, November 11, 2007 – Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban will launch a co-headlining tour together in 2008, hitting 24 cities around the U.S.

The name of the tour is the "Love, Pain & the whole crazy Carnival Ride Tour," a name that combines the titles of each artist's most recent album.

Urban's disc, "Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing," was released a year ago, while Underwood's "Carnival Ride," debuted last month.

Tickets are set to go on sale as of Dec. 1.

"I'm looking forward to hitting the road with Carrie, and to bringing our audiences together for what I think will be a magical night of sights, sounds, songs and solos," said Urban. "I can't think of a better person to begin 2008 with than Keith," said Underwood. "He is an amazing entertainer and a well-respected musician, singer and songwriter."

While no specific dates were listed, cities on the tour itinerary include:
Uncasville, Conn.
Rochester, NY
New York City
Hershey, PA
Atlantic City, NJ
Roanoke, VA
Tallahassee, FL
Charleston, WV
Biloxi, Miss.
Bossier City, LA
Kansas City, MO
Wichita, KS
Omaha, NE
Denver
San Jose
Anaheim, CA
Baltimore
Charlottesville, VA State College, PA
North Charleston, SC
Charlotte
Raleigh, NC
Gwinnett, GA
Lexington, KY


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