Jango.com and CMT.com allow users to listen to Carrie Underwood songs for free. Jango streams its songs through various online radio stations that feature Underwood’s music, such as the “Carrie Underwood Radio” and “Traditional Country Hymns” stations. The website also provides links to lyrics for the song currently playing and offers access to several of Underwood’s official music videos. CMT provides access to stream some of Underwood’s songs and live performance videos.
Last.fm also allows users to listen to Carrie Underwood songs, but the service does require a Spotify subscription. The website also provides specific information on which songs and albums are the most listened to by its users. Amazon.com and Apple iTunes allows users to purchase and legally download Underwood’s music. Both services provide the option to purchase individual songs or entire albums. Amazon.com also allows users to purchase several of Underwood’s CDs.
Underwood is an American country singer, whose fame came as a result of winning the fourth season of “American Idol” in 2005. The same year, her debut album released and became the one of the top selling albums in 2005 and 2006. Her second album, “Carnival Ride,” became her first no. 1 album on the Billboard charts, by selling over 525,000 copies. She has since sold millions of albums and singles worldwide and won several awards, including a Grammy for Best New Artist in 2007.