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Album: Apple Music Festival: London 2015 (Video Album)

Artist: Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 19 Recordings Limited, under exclusive license to Sony Music Nashville, a division of Sony Music

Tracklist For Apple Music Festival: London 2015 (Video Album) By Artist Carrie Underwood

Title Artist Time
Blown Away (Live) Carrie Underwood 5:41 USD 1.99
Smoke Break (Live) Carrie Underwood 3:22 USD 1.99
I Know You Won't (Live) Carrie Underwood 4:21 USD 1.99
See You Again (Mashup) [Live] Carrie Underwood 3:47 USD 1.99
Before He Cheats (Live) Carrie Underwood 4:50 USD 1.99

Reviews For Apple Music Festival: London 2015 (Video Album) By Artist Carrie Underwood

  • She did it again!

    By pokemon ruels
    My fav songs u sang were before he cheats, smoke break, and blown away. Were amazing!
  • Bucket list!

    By Andra694
    I watched the live stream of this! Now seeing her in concert is a MUST! Her voice is just amazing but I like her performance! I've been a fan from her American idol days (some hearts 💕) so glad she hasn't become tired and product of over production!
  • Queen Carrie

    By cindyucker
    Her voice live is life!!
  • Blown Away

    By This album though
    I am blown away about how good she is live. From high notes, to the See You Again mashup, Carrie is amazing!❣
  • Great😀👍

    By Ethan Wheelio
    Carrie still has that same good fresh voice from years ago

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