Reigning GRAMMY® Award Winner for Best Country Duo/Group Performance Receives Second Consecutive Nomination with “We Don’t Fight Anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton at 66th Annual GRAMMY® Awards

“A haunting, spare ballad that’s an immediate contender for awards-circuit recognition” – Billboard

“Their shared heartbreak on ‘We Don’t Fight Anymore’ is masterful.” – Rolling Stone

2023 Included New Music, Fourth Career No. 1, Headline North American Tour, Multiple Television Appearances & More

Pearce Set to Perform on “New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash” Airing December 31 on CBS

NASHVILLE, TN (December 14, 2023) – Closing out a phenomenal 2023, GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winning Carly Pearce shows no signs of slowing down as she heads into 2024 with her second GRAMMY® Award nomination and new music on the horizon.

Pearce is once again nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance with her Top 25-and-rising single “We Don’t Fight Anymore featuring Chris Stapleton, the same category in which she took home her first-ever GRAMMY® Award earlier this year with her Platinum-certified, chart-topping track “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” with Ashley McBryde. Pearce and McBryde made history as the first female pairing to win in that category.

Just ahead of earning her latest GRAMMY® Award Nomination, Pearce performed the live debut of “We Don’t Fight Anymore” with Chris Stapleton at the 57th Annual CMA Awards. Watch the performance HERE.

“We Don’t Fight Anymore” (Big Machine Records) unlocked a new musical chapter for Pearce through an authentic display of her musical sensibilities as she leaned fully into her sound and cemented her place as a transcendent storyteller. The song ignited at Country radio, earning Pearce her biggest radio add date thus far and widespread support across streaming and industry partners. Praise for the song from fans and critics alike has poured in: 

“A haunting, spare ballad that’s an immediate contender for awards-circuit recognition” – Billboard 

“Their shared heartbreak on ‘We Don’t Fight Anymore’ is masterful.” – Rolling Stone

“Both are such glorious singers that you hang on every line.” – MusicRow

“Pearce’s highly-anticipated heartache song displays her expert storytelling” – iHeartRadio

“She’s found the space between obvious and often-used themes of love and hate, right and wrong… ‘We Don’t Fight Anymore’ signals promise for Pearce’s post-29 era of music-making.” – Taste of Country

The song’s “heart-wrenching” (Taste of Country) music video was directed by Alexa Campbell and starred actors Lucy Hale – a longtime friend of Pearce – and Shiloh Fernandez, who visually brought the stirring song to life. Watch the music video HERE.

2023 also saw Pearce earn her fourth career No. 1 with the Platinum-certified  “What He Didn’t Do,” which she performed on the ACM Honors (also her third consecutive year hosting), the Canadian Country Music Association AwardsCMA Fest (as part of her first-ever full set at Nissan Stadium) and the CMT Awards, where she also joined Gwen Stefani for an epic performance of “Just A Girl” and was nominated for  Female Video of The Year (“What He Didn’t Do) & Performance of the Year (“One Way Ticket” with LeAnn Rimes with Ashley McBryde).

Additional award recognition for Pearce continued throughout the year, including ACM Award nominations for Female Artist of the YearSingle of the Year (“Never Wanted To Be That Girl”) and Visual Media of the Year(“What He Didn’t Do”); a MusicRow Award nomination for Female Artist of the YearPeople’s Choice Country Award nominations for Female Artist of 2023 and The Collaboration Song of 2023 (“We Don’t Fight Anymore”); and CMA Award nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year (“We Don’t Fight Anymore”).

Pearce most recently performed holiday classics like “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” “Man with the Bag” and “O Holy Night” as part of NBC’s storied 91st annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center tree lighting ceremony and broadcast, as well as appeared on USA Network’s game show Barmageddeon. On December 31, Pearce will ring in the new year with a performance on New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash on CBS.

On the road, Pearce kicked off the year on Blake Shelton’s BACK TO THE HONKY TONK TOUR in February. In October, she kicked off her North American headline Country Music Made Me Do It Tour in New York City following performances of the tour’s eponymous track on the inaugural People’s Choice Country Awards and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on NBC. Starting March 14, 2024, Pearce will join superstar Tim McGraw as direct support on all dates of his arena STANDING ROOM ONLY TOUR. For all tour dates and details, visit