I'm not sure where to start when it comes to musicals.  I guess they are a guilty pleasure of mine.  But I don't like to know that people know I'm watching them.

That's why The Sound of Music caught my attention the other day.  December 5th, starting at 7:00 p.m. NBC is doing something they haven't done in over 50 years for the network.  Air a LIVE MUSICAL. The following was taken from CBS 'Movies Rock' and it shows just how wonderful of a singer Carrie Underwood truly is.

To sing live on TV is a pretty tall order and it's a pretty big deal.  Imagine, having to know your lines, and remember you lines and sing your lines like Julie Andrews would have sang them years ago. And you thought singing a solo in church on Christmas Eve was pressure!

If there's anyone in the world that can pull it off though, it's Carrie Underwood.  She's realy the Celine Dion of Country Music.  The Barbara Streisand of today if you will.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not a Glee Watcher.  I can't go that far but I'm here to tell you that Mama Mia was pretty cool, Fiddler on the Roof was 'through the roof and Jesus Christ Superstar was a Rock Opera.

It's pretty cool when you think of it.  It's amazing what music can do and the stories it can tell.  Musicals do a little of both.

Have you heard the trailers of Carrie Underwood singing this classic material?  Guilty pleasure or not, I'm looking forward to it!