December 3, 2009
"Home Sweet Home" Rocks
Proceeds from Carrie Underwood’s recording of “Home Sweet Home” donated to help animals
Animals were the big winners as superstar Carrie Underwood, together with 19 Recordings and Sony Music Nashville, recently presented The Humane Society of the United States with a check for $200,000.
The check reflected the charitable proceeds from sales of Carrie’s recording of “Home Sweet Home,” which served as the contestant farewell song on the past Season 8 of American Idol.
The digital single for “Home Sweet Home” was available exclusively on iTunes during its first week of release.
Pictured in the photo above (l-r): Sony Music Nashville VP, Digital Business Heather McBee and Chairman Joe Galante; Underwood; Leighann McCollum, Tennessee State Director of The Humane Society of the United States; Sony Music Nashville Executive VP Butch Waugh; 19 Entertainment’s Ann Edelblute; and Sony Music Nashville Senior VP, Sales & Operations Paul Barnabee.