Carrie Underwood Has Her Own Gospel Station! Here’s How to Tune In

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Carrie Underwood is expanding her profile by paying homage to her Christian faith with a new SiriusXM station solely dedicated to gospel music.

The Grammy-winning songstress has been fronting a hit country station on SiriusXM called Carrie’s Country, which plays a mix of her favorite songs in the genre, for some time now, and it has been running a Savior Sunday segment each week that plays her favorite gospel tunes. It has been doing so well that Carrie decided to branch out and start a new station dedicated to gospel 24/7.

Carrie Underwood and SiriusXM jointly announced the launch of Savior Sunday Daily by Carrie’s Country last week by saying it is “playing a daily blend of uplifting faith-based country and gospel music handpicked by Carrie.”

Carrie Underwood’s Gospel Station Has A Country Slant

Savior Sunday Daily has a heavy focus on country-based songs with music by Carrie, Reba McEntire, Randy Travis, Thomas Rhett, Gabby Barrett, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, and more. Carrie’s Country will also continue airing its Savior Sunday special.

“This music shaped who I am as a person and is the foundation of my career as a recording artist,” Carrie said in a press release. “I feel blessed to get to be able to create a destination to share these songs with generations of people who love them as I do, as well as others who might be experiencing them for the first time.”

The news came just days before Carrie Underwood celebrated the third anniversary of her Christian album My Savior, which won the Grammy Award for Best Roots Gospel Album and hit No. 1 on the US Christian and Top Country Billboard Charts as well as No. 4 on the US Billboard 200.

“We had a couple of little churches we went to,” she told Coun I remember my first being very tiny with wooden pews. That was probably one of my earliest music memories, singing these hymns in the congregation, and being on stage and singing in front of people for the first time,” Carrie said while recording My Savior. “It was always just familiar. These hymns are like a warm hug, just sweet familiar songs I’ve been singing and listening to my whole life.”

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