What a year 2017 has been for Carly Pearce. After launching her successful single "Every Little Thing" at the top of the year, she recently released her debut full-length album of the same name.
Carly recently performed some of her new music in front of an intimate group of fans on the Honda Stage at FGL House's Cruise Rooftop in Nashville. Carly performed songs like her hit single "Every Little Thing," in addition to several songs from her album including "If My Name Was Whiskey," "Careless," "Catch Fire," and "Hide The Wine."
The Honda Stage platform celebrates determined, breakout artists, which very much describes Carly -- all of her success this year has been a long time coming. At 16 years old she moved to Nashville where she performed at Dollywood each week, then really began her music career as she wrote and contributed to bluegrass albums. But it was ultimately a feature on a Josh Abbott Band song that connected her with country super producer busbee, who would end up producing her debut album Every Little Thing.
Back in October, Carly told iHeartRadio of Every Little Thing:
"I've always dreamt of making an album, and I think that every artist would tell you that you only get to make your debut album once, and it's a really special time. Just to finally feel like people are going to start associating me with an album instead of a song, and hopefully in return know me as a name and not as 'Every Little Thing' or the girl that sings 'Every Little Thing,' is just really exciting. I'm just really excited to be able to share a whole piece of work with an audience."
Watch Carly Pearce perform Live on the Honda Stage at FGL Houses' Cruise Rooftop in Nashville right here!
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