"Carrie Marie Underwood" (born March 10 1983 in Muskogee, Oklahoma) is an American country music singer who won the title of the fourth season of ''American Idol''. She has since become a multi-platinum award winning recording artist. She debuted at triple platinum with her album ''Some Hearts'', the fastest selling female country album since the introduction of the Nielsen SoundScan in 1991. Underwood has won a Dove Award, two Country Music Association Awards, and two Academy of Country Music Awards.
Underwood was born at Muskogee Regional Medical Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma on March 10 1983, and grew up on her parents' farm in rural Checotah. She is the third and youngest daughter of Stephen (retired from an industrial plant) and Carole Underwood (retired schoolteacher of Checotah Public Schools). She has two older sisters, Shanna Underwood Means and Stephanie Underwood Shelton, born in 1973 and 1970, both elementary school teachers in Oklahoma.
Underwood had performed at Robbins Memorial Talent Show in her childhood. She is a member of Free Will Baptist Church. As a young child, she sang in church, and for Old Settler's Day and Lion's Club, local events in Che...
|Born|| March 10, 1983|
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