Carrie Underwood Says Her Son Is ‘Automatically Drawn’ to Music
Carrie Underwood's baby boy is apparently a chip off the old block. In a new interview, the country superstar says he's already showing an avid interest in music.
“He loves music. He’s automatically drawn to it,” Underwood tells CMT.
Little Isaiah can already recognize his mom's singing voice.
“I came home the other night and he was asleep and Mike was actually trying to keep him awake for a little longer so he wouldn’t just take a nap and then go to bed an hour later — because that just wouldn’t happen — he wouldn’t go down for the night!” she shares. “So I came in and I was just kind of humming around in the kitchen making dinner, and he immediately popped up and was like, ‘Mom’s home! That’s her voice! I know it! She’s singing!’ So yeah, he loves music.”
Underwood got back to work in the studio not too long after her little man was born, and he accompanied her to work for some of those sessions. She says it's a bit too soon for him to start recording, though, even if she did recently share an adorable photo of him seated at his miniature piano.
“Not quite like that … but he’s there," she says. "He’s on the other side of the glass."
Underwood's new album, Storyteller is set for release on Oct. 23, and its first single, "Smoke Break," is already at country radio. Underwood recently revealed the rest of the track listing for the album, for which she worked with longtime collaborators Chris DeStefano and Hillary Lindsey, along with other top Nashville writers including Ashley Gorley, Zach Crowell, Lori McKenna, Liz Rose, Brett James and more. Underwood co-wrote six of the 13 new tracks, including “Renegade Runaway,” “Heartbeat,” “Chaser,” “The Girl You Think I Am” and “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted.”
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