Carrie Underwood is in the planning stages of her first tour since giving birth to her son, Isaiah Michael Fisher. It's expected to be announced in the coming months.
Carrie Underwood is planning her next headline tour.
The 2005 'American Idol' winner gave birth to her first child six-month-old son, Isaiah Michael Fisher and is already working out her return to the live scene very soon to promote her first LP in three years 'Storyteller', which will be released next month on October 23.
She told Nashville's BIG 98 FM: ''We're working out the details right now -- tour routing and figuring out who's going to come out with us and all that stuff. It takes a lot of love and a lot of planning. I feel like within the next couple of months, we should be announcing everything. We'll just put it out there!''
The news comes as the country singer was announced her new album and revealed she had written a song about her son who she had with her ice hockey player husband Mike Fisher.
Asked if it would feature on her LP, she teased: ''I'd be very willing to put money that it will be on there.''
And the Grammy-award-winning star was also announced for the Apple Music Festival where she will return to the UK to headline London's Roundhouse on 21 September.
Talking about the ''unique'' concert, she said: ''Playing in the UK is always such a thrill! I'm really looking forward to heading back and being a part of such an amazing line-up at Apple Music Festival. What a unique concert experience, not only for the fans at the Roundhouse, but also for fans across the globe who can stream it live!''
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