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Carrie Coming To The Big Screen

by Braden Smith posted Jul 15 2014 9:33PM
Now that World Cup fever is behind us, we can get ready for America's favorite type of football, the NFL. Even though the regular season doesn't begin until September, you will soon be able to get a peek of Carrie Underwood's 2014 version of "Waiting All Week For Sunday Night."

"There's a two and a half minute trailer that's going to debut in 19,000 movie theatres across America starting July 25th," said Fred Gaudelli, SNF coordinating producer.

The SNF trailer will run for roughly 2 weeks. Sunday Night Football premieres September 7th with a game between the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos.

To hold you over, here is a look back at last year's opening theme:

Photo credit: NBC/Schmidt Relations

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I grew up in Maryland, so bring on the crab cakes and football anytime! GO RAVENS! I started in broadcasting when I was in high school. But I didn't start out in radio... my first broadcasting job was as a TV weatherman. I spent almost 5 years bouncing around to a couple TV stations, and it eventually landed me in Fredericksburg, VA. I always had a passion for weather, so it was a great career for me. I studied Broadcast Meteorology at Mississippi State University. So how did I get into radio? I started working part-time for a country station on the weekends and when I had a chance to make it a full-time career, I couldn't pass it up! I spent almost 10 years there before I heard The Wolf howling for me here in Richmond. My radio journey has been more fun than I ever imagined. And I have had the chance to do some amazing things and meet some amazing people. And it only keeps getting better!

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