Carly Pearce On Her “Country” Sound

Published On September 28, 2017 | By Cheryl Johnstone | Country Music News

Carly Pearce has carved her path with something that you don’t hear too much on Country radio these days — a true Country sound. The newcomer is flying up the charts with her debut single, “Every Little Thing,” but ironically Carly spent the last several years hearing that her Country voice was a detriment to her career.

“Yeah, I’ve been really honest about the fact that so many people in town over the last eight years have told me that I was dated and that my voice something that we’ve heard in the past that wasn’t relevant now and I love country music. I love the late 90s and early 2000s — the Trisha Yearwoods, the Faith Hills, the Sara Evans’, the Shania Twains. That was why I fell in love with Country. I didn’t follow my dream of moving to Nashville to make a pop record. In my future I see ACMs and CMAs and Grand Ole Opry member and making a stamp in Country.”

Carly’s debut album, Every Little Thing, will be released on October 13th.

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