On This Day: Carly Pearce Unveils Debut Album, ‘Every Little Thing’
She was made in Kentucky and loves Jesus, country music, and red wine. To say we love “Every Little Thing” about Carly Pearce would be an understatement.
Pearce unveiled her debut album to the world six years ago today, on October 13, 2017. The country singer’s album, Every Little Thing, changed her life in more ways than one.
The thirteen-track collection took fans through a musical journey of heartbreak, love, and everything in between. Her passion, truth in her voice, and relatable lyrics tied everything together for her debut putting her in the spotlight.
The album’s lead single of the same name was co-written by Pearce alongside Emily Shackelton and the late Busbee. It went on to become Pearce’s first-ever No. 1 country song and was certified Gold by the RIAA.
“I feel the energy around the album,” Pearce told PEOPLE in 2017. “Being in Nashville for eight years, it’s been so much work and putting everything I have into this. Now to finally start to see it pay off is mind-blowing for me.”
Pearce has released three studio albums to date, Every Little Thing, Carly Pearce, and 29: Written In Stone. We also can’t forget to mention her top 35-and-rising single with country superstar Chris Stapleton titled “We Don’t Fight Anymore.”
Although we could continue to celebrate her previous successes for days, we could not be more excited about Pearce’s new music. She is ready for the next chapter in her life personally and musically.
In recent weeks, Pearce has released a fun and upbeat love letter to the country genre that we could sing all day long, “Country Music Made Me Do It,” as well as “Heels Over Head.”
Pearce is currently out on the road for her fall headlining ‘Country Music Made Me Do It Tour‘ with Adam Doleac and Hannah Ellis on select dates. Plus, don’t miss the CMA Awards on November 8 because this country beauty is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year.