“Y’all blew my mind this year with how you loved #everylittlething ❤️ I hope you love this one just as much!! SO READY to #hidethewine 🍷🍷🍷” she wrote on Instagram.
While Thanksgiving is first and foremost about expressing gratitude, the food comes as a close second for country stars.
Pearce celebrated the massive moment in front of hundreds of her biggest fans, who congratulated her on all of her hard work throughout the years.
“We were so excited to get out and have our own hour-and-15 minute set where we could dive into more songs form the record,” Young explains.
From her current obsession to the strangest thing she’s signed, Carly Pearce shares ‘Every Little Thing’ about herself in this get-to-know video.
Joining Rhett for the ride will be Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, Brett Young, Midland and Russell Dickerson.
Cue “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett and throw on your ghoulish get-ups because it’s officially time for Halloween!
Joining Urban for the occasion will be Maren Morris, Carly Pearce, Cheap Trick, Jonny P and the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
The Country Rising Downtown Jam will feature artists like Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Chris Janson, Lindsay Ell and many more.
Carly Pearce let us in on “Every Little Thing” she loves about her adopted hometown of Music City.
Carly Pearce’s debut album makes a bold statement for the rising singer on the male-dominated landscape of the country music genre.
“I hope tonight we honor those who lost their lives and were affected and are just reminded why we love music so much, especially country music,” said Pearce.
Fourteen dates were originally announced for the tour, but the high anticipation for Young and special guest Carly Pearce warranted the addition of seven more stops.
Country music will take over Indio, California from April 27-29 2018 for three days of non-stop fun.
“It’s going to be a special tour,” Pearce admitted to Sounds Like Nashville recently.
Pearce let SLN on ‘Every Little Thing’ when it comes to her fashion and beauty go-tos.
Even your favorite country artists had to face the all-too-infamous school photos, smiling awkwardly in all their grade school glory.
Debuting October 13, the project will feature 13 tracks, eight of which were co-written by the Kentucky native.
“I am so excited to get to go out on my first-ever headlining tour this year. It’s a pretty surreal feeling,” Young said.