Underwood debuts CD on Kingley's Country Top 40
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Underwood debuts CD on Kingley's Country Top 40

Friday, October 16, 2009 – Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40 will present the official 90-minute album premiere with Carrie Underwood and her new CD "Play On," hosted by Kingsley. The CD release date is Nov 3.

More than 100 stations have confirmed, including WUSN/Chicago, WXTU/Philadelphia, KPLX/Dallas-Ft. Worth, KBWF/San Francisco, WMZQ/Washington, D.C., KMPS/Seattle, and KNCI/Sacramento. "I'm not surprised at the intense level of interest in this special," says Kingsley. "Carrie is a phenomenal talent and after an unprecedented ten number 1 singles from her first two albums, she kicks off her third album with the single Cowboy Casanova, which looks to be the fastest-riser of the year.

Underwood co-wrote 7 of the 13 songs on "Play On."

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