Pearce sings with Big Machine
Monday, January 23, 2017
– Carly Pearce, perhaps best known for singing vocals on a Josh Abbott song, signed with Big Machine Label Group, it was announced today.
"8 years in Nashville, 2 years in Pigeon Forge & 26 years of country music dreams," Pearce posted on Facebook. "To all the dreamers out there, let me be a light to you that anything is possible if you work hard & believe. I am so excited to announce I am officially a part of the Big Machine Label Group!!!! Thank you to everyone who has supported me - I'm so thankful and can't wait for what's to come."
Pearce, a Kentucky native, recently released the single "Every Little Thing." She also sang on Abbott's single "Wasn't That Drunk," which charted last year, and toured with him as well as the opening act.
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