Carrie Underwood, My Savior
Underwood’s first gospel album was a passion project for the singer, who has long been known for her faith. She deserves credit for approaching it with such conviction, not watering it down with secular “inspirational” songs or overdoing it with guest stars. (The tracklist includes just one: gospel great CeCe Winans on “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.”) Underwood, who co-produced the album with David Garcia, obviously decided: If you’re going to do it, do it right. The results will likely bring Underwood a well-deserved eighth Grammy. -- PAUL GREIN
Great question. It has been awhile since we have seen new totals for both My Savior and My Gift.Do we know the current sales figures for My Savior?