Pearce looks to "Every Little Thing"
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
– Carly Pearce, who is having success on the charts with "Every Little Thing," will release her debut CD of the same name on Oct. 13 on Big Machine.
"Music is all I've ever known, all I've dreamed of, and now more than I could have imagined growing up in Taylor Mill, Ky.," said Pearce. "My journey has been long, but so worth it each time I hear 'Every Little Thing' on the radio or sung back to me from a crowd. I'm so grateful and excited to share more of the songs I wrote alongside some of my biggest inspirations and those where others penned the words of my story. I hope this album will be worth the wait ... I know it has been for me."
Pearce gained some attention for backing vocals on Josh Abbott Band's "Wasn't That Drunk."
Collaborating in both writing and recording with producer busbee (Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Maren Morris, Kelly Clarkson), Pearce helped write 8 of the 13 tracks.
She is currently a special guest on Bobby Bones: Funny & Alone stand Up Comedy Tour and will join Brett Young on his Caliville Tour this fall.
The track list is:
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
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