The Academy of Country Music Awards is tied in with perceiving commitments to the class.
To do precisely that, performer of the year chosen one Carrie Underwood made that big appearance to play out a mixture of tunes from some of blue grass music’s most notorious ladies.
The 37-year-old performer secured Dolly Parton’s “Why’d You Come in Here Lookin’ Like That,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” Reba McEntire’s “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” Loretta Lynn’s “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” Barbara Mandrell’s “I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool” and Martina McBride’s “A Broken Wing.”
“Patsy and Loretta, Martina and Barbara, Reba and Dolly. These strong voices mean so much to me and to all the other female artists who stand on their shoulders,” Underwood said. “They are some of my heroes, and I am so honored to stand alongside them as a fellow member of the Grand Ole Opry. It’s my pleasure to pay tribute to these legendary ladies as we celebrate the Opry’s 95th anniversary.”
The “American Idol” alum performed at the Grand Ole Opry House, one of three areas that the current year’s virtual occasion is being communicated from. Different exhibitions are occurring at the Bluebird Cafe and the Ryman Auditorium.
For her accolade, Underwood wore a red calf-length dress with a flower plan.
The presentation was hailed by fans on the web.
“Ummm @carrieunderwood you are GOALS,” said singer Carly Pearce online. “That last note, the whole entire tribute… thank you for always being so true to country music & the amazing @opry.”
Kelsea Ballerini recommended Underwood was, actually, the performer of the year after the presentation.
“Carrie Underwood just showed why she is the entertainer of the decade,” a fan wrote. “The country music industry is lucky to have you @carrieunderwood That performance was spectacular, you have left the world breathless.”
Added another: “@carrieunderwood that was a phenomenal performance, covering some of the best in country music history…and wow those pipes ending it w/ Broken Wings…what an amazing collaboration.”
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