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Pearce tours behind new album

Friday, September 17, 2021 – Carly Pearce not only released a new album today, "29: Written in Stone," but she also announced a headlining tour for late November.

Georgia native Andrew Jannakos, who released an EP in June, will open the shows.

Pearce started the week in Los Angeles performing "Next Girl" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tonight, she will play a Los Angeles-area show opening for Lady A.

Since her breakout debut with "Every Little Thing" in 2017, the Grand Ole Opry member from Taylor Mill, Ky., who left home at 16 for a job at Dollywood, has released a self-titled album last year and the "29" EP in February. Pearce earned her first CMA Awards nominations for both Female Vocalist and Album of the Year with 29, where she is the only woman in the category.

=The theater dates will focus on the music from "29." Fan club pre-sale begins Sept. 21 with public sale Sept. 24, both at 10 a.m. local time.

Tour dates are:
Nov. 4 - Des Moines, IA - Hoyt Sherman Place
Nov. 5 - Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater
Nov. 6 - Chicago, IL - Joe's on Weed
Nov. 18 - New York, NY - Gramercy Theatre
Nov. 19 - Richmond, VA - Beacon Theatre
Nov. 20 - Washington, DC - The Hamilton
Dec. 2 - Nashville, TN - Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's CMA Theater
Dec. 3 - Bloomington, IL - The Castle Theatre


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CD review - 29: Written in Stone Carly Pearce's music is one more good reason to not completely give up on mainstream country radio. Songs like "I Hope You're Happy Now" and "Next Girl" stand out on radio for good reason – they're really good. Pearce's full-length is filled with many such tunes that can vastly improve overall radio music quality. The acoustic instrumental interplay driving "Easy Going," for instance, just shouts, 'Traditional arrangements are still ...
CD review - Carly Pearce Carly Pearce's self-titled sophomore album was fittingly released on Valentine's Day. Love is in the air throughout the 13-track collection. She opens with the breezy "Closer To You" and "Call Me. The album is chock full of notable co-write credits. On the latter, Little Big Town's Jim Westbrook and Phil Sweet have a hand. It feels like a love letter to fellow country singer and husband Michael Ray. Later on, she ratchets up the pop factor on a throwaway duet ...


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