Carly Pearce performed her song "Next Girl" last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Her new album "29: Written In Stone" releases on Friday.
Congratulations to Carly Pearce, the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry! She was inducted last night and Trisha Yearwood did the honors. Carly posted some pictures from the night to her social media pages:
She also recently announced her new album 29: Written In Stone, an extention of her previous EP, 29. The album will feature the original songs on the EP, plus 8 new ones including "Dear Miss Loretta" with Patty Loveless. The new album also includes a duet, that was also co-written with Ashley McBryde on a song called "Never Wanted To Be That Girl." Other artists with writer credits include Kelsea Ballerini, Brandy Clark and Old Dominion's Matthew Ramsey. The album is set for release on September 17th.
Carly Pearce made an appearance on The Elle Degeneres Show earlier today and sang her latest single "Next Girl"...
Carly Pearce made a virtual appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show and sang her latest single "Next Girl"...
Congrats from all of us at WQMX to the Newest Country Couple to "make it official"- Carly Pearce and Michael Ray!!!
The couple tied the knot this past weekend in the Nashville area at what they're describing as a "Whimsical" event.
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...and Don't forget to watch for pics and video on our social media of Michael Ray performing at our SOLD OUT 20th Annual Bosom Buddies Event next week
A couple of weeks ago, Carly Pearce posted to social media that she had some exciting news to share, but also shared an image of a broken heart...
No too soon after she posted, Lee Brice posted a similar image and inquiring minds started putting 2 and 2 together, that they just might have recorded a song together. Carly later confirmed this by announcing on Facebook Live that she did in fact have a new song coming out that Lee lent his vocals on.
Luke Combs helped Carly write her new single along with songwriters Jonathan Singleton and Randy Montana. "I Hope You're Happy Now" will be featured on Carly's sophomore album which is due out later this year.