Carrie Underwood Featured On Upcoming Aerosmith Album
Rumors of a Carrie Underwood-Steven Tyler duet are true. According to TheBoot.com, Boston's Mix 104.1 Music Director Mike Mullaney has heard Aerosmith's upcoming album, "Music From Another Dimension," and says the "surprise track" is a song featuring Underwood. He compares it to the Bon Jovi-Jennifer Nettles collaboration "Who Says You Can't Go Home," saying it has "that kind of vibe." "Who Says" became a big country hit, winning a Grammy and a CMT Music Award. In addition, Bon Jovi became the first rock band to top the Billboard Country Songs chart when the track went to number on in May 2006. And Carrie isn't the only country singer contributing to Aerosmith's CD. Back in March Lauren Alaina tweeted that she had been in the studio recording background vocals for the disc. Aerosmith's "Music From Another Dimension" will be in stores on November 6th.
Underwood and Tyler have worked together a couple of times before. They teamed up for a performance at the 2011 ACM Awards, and earlier this year were featured together on the Super Bowl edition of "CMT Crossroads."