Carly Pearce plays the first of two back-to-back sold-out shows at the Ryman Auditorium tonight (Wednesday, October 26th) in Nashville. These are Carly’s last two concerts of the year, and as she tells us, a perfect way to officially close the chapter on her 29: Written In Stone album. “To be able to come off of this crazy last, really two years, and come home to Nashville and play two proper nights in the place that I love so much, that I dreamt of singing in my whole life, is going to be so special, and it’s actually kind of the way that we’re gonna end the year. And I think it’s a really great way to kind of put 29 down, let her live, obviously on in my career forever, but also turn the page a bit in a really exciting way.“

Carly wraps up her two performances tomorrow night (Thursday, October 27th).

On Friday (October 28th), Carly will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. She shares that honor with the likes of Patty Loveless, The Judds, Ricky Skaggs, Alison Krauss, and Lee Ann Womack, who have all been inducted into the Hall over the years.


  • Carly will be among the performers on next month’s CMA Awards.
  • She is also nominated in five categories, including Female Vocalist and Single, Song, Musical Event and Video of the Year for “Never Wanted to Be That Girl” with Ashley McBryde. The CMA Awards will air live from Nashville on ABC on November 9th.
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