Carrie Underwood Shares Storyteller Mems

And the Souvenirs She Treasures Most

Last night was the last night.

Carrie Underwood played her last Storyteller show in Utah on Monday night (Nov. 28).

But while she may have left the stage, she didn’t leave empty handed. Underwood’s tour openers gave her tour souvenirs, and she thanked them all graciously on Instagram.

To the duo The Swon Brothers, who gave her a portrait of the three of them singing together, she took followers on a little trip down memory lane.

“Thank you so much @theswonbrothers for being on this adventure with us,” she said. “It’s hard to believe we all started out as kids with big dreams singing everywhere in Oklahoma together! We sure have come a long way. I’m glad to say I knew you ‘back when…’ Love you guys… #TheStorytellerTour.”

And to Easton Corbin, who gifted her with a Dolly Parton painting, Underwood raved about getting to know him while the tour made close to 100 stops in about 100 cities.

“Thanks, @eastoncorbin for being on this amazing tour,” she wrote. “And thank you for this incredible gift! One of my favorite pics of one of my favorite artists ever! It really has been a pleasure getting to work with you. You and your crew are so hard-working and sweet. Keep on being awesome, no matter where the road takes you next! #TheStorytellerTour #ItsSoHardToSayGoodbye.”

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