Disturbed’s David Draiman Sends A Public Message To Carrie Underwood

Disturbed frontman David Draiman shared a public message for the country-pop superstar Carrie Underwood.

Earlier on January 30, the frontman took to his account on X to share his desire to collaborate with the country-pop singer. He wrote:

“Who’d like to see Carrie Underwood perform ‘Don’t Tell Me’ with Disturbed in Nashville?! I know I sure as hell would! What do you say? Carrie? Shall we rock?”

Underwood has put out a cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Mama, I’m Coming Home,’ has performed and toured with Guns N’ Roses, and attended a Shinedown and Papa Roach show in October, making it evident that she is a rock fan. So, an onstage collaboration does not seem too far-fetched.

Draiman Has One More Surprise

‘Don’t Tell Me,’ originally a collaboration with Heart’s Ann Wilson, appears in the band’s 2022 album, ‘Divisive.’

In addition to his proposal to sing with Underwood, the singer had some plans with the original collaborator too. Replying to a fan’s comments about his earlier performance with Wilson, Draiman revealed some information about his upcoming plans:

“That goes without saying. Ann Wilson and I have been trying to figure out the right time for that. It will happen.”

It’s safe to say that the possibility of both Ann Wilson and Carrie Underwood collaborating with the Disturbed singer seems very likely.

You can see the announcement posts below.