NASHVILLE, TN (October 1, 2021) – Following an impassioned multi-part release with her CMA Awards-nominated Album of the Year project and the creative expansion of 29: Written In Stone (Big Machine Records), CARLY PEARCE has grown as an artist and a woman. She will join the TODAY show on Tuesday (10/5) in the 9A hour to discuss the process of moving forward with grace and how simply singing the truth delivered breakthroughs she could not have imagined. She will also offer a performance of “Should’ve Known Better” during the appearance — check local NBC listings.
A committed songwriter, Carly not only dissects the human heart through song, but considers the healing that comes with time. She continues to express a new confidence yet remains fiercely rooted in the classics instilled from a Kentucky upbringing and leaving high school at 16 to take a job at Dollywood. In a full circle moment Dolly Parton invited her to become a Grand Ole Opry member.
The accolade follows Carly’s 2X PLATINUM-certified No. 1 “I Hope You’re Happy Now” duet with Lee Brice, which won both the CMA and ACM Awards for Musical/Music Event of the Year as well as ACM Single of the Year. Her latest single is a double-crossed collaboration with Ashley McBryde called “Never Wanted To Be That Girl.”
Fans can experience live versions as Carly of the new music next month when her headline The 29 Tour kicks off. Visit CarlyPearce.com for dates.