From one of this year’s most anticipated albums, superstar Carrie Underwood will release her new single, "Good Girl," to country radio on February 23.
The five-time Grammy winner’s new CD will arrive later this spring.
Underwood wrote the track with Chris DeStefano and Ashley Gorley, who co-wrote two of Underwood’s No. 1 hits: "Don’t Forget to Remember Me," and "All-American Girl."
Once again Carrie teamed up with Mark Bright, who produced her two previous albums as well as seven tracks from her debut album "Some Hearts."
Underwood was the first country artist in history and the only "American Idol" winner ever to achieve 10 No. 1 country singles from their first two albums.
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