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People Magazine Celebrates Breakout Country Female During Annual Ones To Watch


NASHVILLE, TN (October 5, 2017) – Born into the Bluegrass of Kentucky, educated on the Country stages of Pigeon Forge and navigating the business of Music City, CARLY PEARCE has remained true to her roots and destiny. The singer/songwriter offers her heartache, spirit, devotion and persistence throughout 13 tracks on her debut album, aptly titled EVERY LITTLE THING. Due out October 13 on Big Machine Records, Carly penned 8 of the songs, recording the full project with long-time collaborator and sought-after producer busbee. Stream now exclusively with NPR First Listen: Lauded journalist Jewly Hight supposes, “there’s a perception that the tension between the two has intensified in an era when some of the millennial acts releasing music through country channels come off less as pop-country crossover candidates than pop natives. Every Little Thing, the debut album from Carly Pearce is a reminder that nimble young music-makers can have it both ways.”

Carly’s honey-soaked intonation and whiskey-fueled sentiment initially caught the attention of SiriusXM, which gave “Every Little Thing” its first spin. A strong advocate since, the “Highway Find” topped the chart for three weeks, earned her “Future Five for 2017” status and prompted “If My Name Was Whiskey” to be added into rotation. Remaining the only solo female in the Top 10 at Country radio and one of the most Shazamed Country tracks in the US with the breakout lead single, People celebrates Carly on their annual Ones To Watch list for 2017, issue on newsstands tomorrow.

The CMT Next Women of Country alum has also been named an all-genre iHeart On The Verge artist and as Cox Media’s first Plugged In artist, in addition to multiple Artists to Watch platforms and critical praise.

“Pearce first turned heads with her ballad “Every Little Thing.” Its naked arrangement stood out amidst the dense, driving production relied on by many of her contemporaries, summoning a slow-burning impact not unlike Cam’s ‘Burning House’ and Little Big Town’s ‘Girl Crush’ have in recent years.”
NPR Music

“Pearce is in the process of making a name for herself in country music with the title track…”

“…continues to climb the chart in spite of breaking all the rules.”
Rolling Stone Country

“…Pearce has a commanding resonance and songs that lend themselves to thick, immersive harmonies.”

“…poised to be the next big thing…”

“…Pearce has a Krauss-like ability to find elegant sensuality in emotional suffering…”
NPR Music

Every Little Thing features stripped-down songs like the haunting title track that are balanced with uptempo rockers and some timeless country-sounding tunes.”
Taste of Country

“…a song that begs to be played on repeat.”
Sounds Like Nashville

“one of the best songs of the year”
One Country

Wrapping up select dates with Eric Church last month, Carly will perform the national anthem prior to the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, airing October 8 at 2:00P ET on NBC. She then hits the road as direct support for Brett Young’s CALIVILLE TOUR on October 14 in Charlottesville, VA. For a full list of tour dates and more, visit

1. “Hide The Wine” | Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey
2. “Careless” | Carly Pearce, Emily Shackelton
3. “Every Little Thing” | Carly Pearce, busbee, Emily Shackelton
4. “Everybody Gonna Talk” | Carly Pearce, busbee, Emily Weisband
5. “Catch Fire” | busbee, Natalie Hemby
6. “If My Name Was Whiskey” | Carly Pearce, busbee, Shane McAnally
7. “Color” | Carly Pearce, busbee, Laura Veltz
8. “I Need A Ride Home” | Ashley Gorley, Matt Jenkins, Hillary Lindsey
9. “Doin’ It Right” | Carly Pearce, Oscar Charles, Allison Veltz
10. “Feel Somethin’” | busbee, Natalie Hemby, Shane McAnally
11. “You Know Where To Find Me” | Carly Pearce, busbee, Emily Shackelton
12. “Honeysuckle” | busbee, Barry Dean, Hillary Lindsey
13. “Dare Ya” | Carly Pearce, Joe Ginsberg, Allison Veltz