Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Makes 17 No. 1 Hits for the Superstar – and my links round-up

We are going to be covering juicy info on what has been on everyone’s lips recently about Aaron Dessner and Hillary Lindsey. If you haven’t been talking about it you have certainly been hearing about it, so here goes:

First up this time around, it’s Trouble (Pink (singer) song) Oh, yes, I thought you’d find that interesting! Let us take a short look at what’s caught my eye in the week. See:
– The National (band) ‘Trouble Will Find Me’: New Album Details Revealed from
– The National Trouble Will Find Me Details from
– The National announce new album ‘Trouble Will Find Me’ from

Two Black Cadillacs has also been talked about pretty widely recently, and that is hardly surprising given recent events. Here are some of the blogs with spicy tales to tell.
– Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Makes 17 No. 1 Hits for the Superstar – “The third single off Blown Away (song) “Two Black Cadillacs” was written by Carrie, Josh Kear, and Hillary Lindsey, and was recentlycertified Gold by the RIAA” – said

Moving on, you probably won’t be surprised to find that I have been sifting through posts on Carrie Underwood, providing you with the finest and tastiest links.
– Carrie Underwood, ‘See You Again’ Headed to Airwaves; Kacey Musgraves Visits ‘Today’ Show + More: Country Music News Roundup – “Carrie Underwood celebrated her 17th career No. 1 single by announcing her next aspiring chart-topper!” – said

There you have it folks. Crazy place, the Internet is. Make sure to look for more links sometime soon.


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