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Comstock/ThinkstockWhich season of American Idol did Carrie Underwood win? ANSWER:  Carrie took home the title during season four in 2005.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhich season of American Idol did Carrie Underwood win? ANSWER:  Carrie took home the title during season four in 2005.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhich season of American Idol did Carrie Underwood win? ANSWER:  Carrie took home the title during season four in 2005.

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Frankie Ballard Recalls “Glory Days” with Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleIn his latest single “Young & Crazy,” Frankie Ballard sings about “sit(ting) out on the porch, telling stories ‘bout my glory days.” So with back-to-back number ones with “Sunshine & Whiskey” and “Helluva Life,” does Frankie feel like he’s living his “glory days” now?

“I don't feel like I've had 'em, yet,” he says. “You know, I feel like I'm in the middle of 'em now. I definitely have stories I could tell people, but your glory days are your prime, you know, when you're just at your best when you feel like you can take over the world. That's what I feel like now. So, I'd have to be way past the way I feel today before I could honestly speak to glory days.”

Ironically, Frankie says the pinnacle of his success thus far happened when he got to meet the artist who had his own hit called “Glory Days.”

“The most, like, high moment I've had in my music career was when we were on the Bob Seger tour, and we played Madison Square Garden, and Bob introduced me to Bruce Springsteen backstage,” he recalls. “To me, it's like, if I keeled over after this meeting, that would be my highlight. Not only to get to meet Bruce Springsteen, but to be introduced to him by Seger at Madison Square Garden. It was like, ‘Where am I? What am I doing here?’ So, that's probably my highlight so far.”

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Frankie Ballard Recalls “Glory Days” with Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleIn his latest single “Young & Crazy,” Frankie Ballard sings about “sit(ting) out on the porch, telling stories ‘bout my glory days.” So with back-to-back number ones with “Sunshine & Whiskey” and “Helluva Life,” does Frankie feel like he’s living his “glory days” now?

“I don't feel like I've had 'em, yet,” he says. “You know, I feel like I'm in the middle of 'em now. I definitely have stories I could tell people, but your glory days are your prime, you know, when you're just at your best when you feel like you can take over the world. That's what I feel like now. So, I'd have to be way past the way I feel today before I could honestly speak to glory days.”

Ironically, Frankie says the pinnacle of his success thus far happened when he got to meet the artist who had his own hit called “Glory Days.”

“The most, like, high moment I've had in my music career was when we were on the Bob Seger tour, and we played Madison Square Garden, and Bob introduced me to Bruce Springsteen backstage,” he recalls. “To me, it's like, if I keeled over after this meeting, that would be my highlight. Not only to get to meet Bruce Springsteen, but to be introduced to him by Seger at Madison Square Garden. It was like, ‘Where am I? What am I doing here?’ So, that's probably my highlight so far.”

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Frankie Ballard Recalls “Glory Days” with Bruce Springsteen and Bob Seger

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleIn his latest single “Young & Crazy,” Frankie Ballard sings about “sit(ting) out on the porch, telling stories ‘bout my glory days.” So with back-to-back number ones with “Sunshine & Whiskey” and “Helluva Life,” does Frankie feel like he’s living his “glory days” now?

“I don't feel like I've had 'em, yet,” he says. “You know, I feel like I'm in the middle of 'em now. I definitely have stories I could tell people, but your glory days are your prime, you know, when you're just at your best when you feel like you can take over the world. That's what I feel like now. So, I'd have to be way past the way I feel today before I could honestly speak to glory days.”

Ironically, Frankie says the pinnacle of his success thus far happened when he got to meet the artist who had his own hit called “Glory Days.”

“The most, like, high moment I've had in my music career was when we were on the Bob Seger tour, and we played Madison Square Garden, and Bob introduced me to Bruce Springsteen backstage,” he recalls. “To me, it's like, if I keeled over after this meeting, that would be my highlight. Not only to get to meet Bruce Springsteen, but to be introduced to him by Seger at Madison Square Garden. It was like, ‘Where am I? What am I doing here?’ So, that's probably my highlight so far.”

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