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  • Writer's pictureSierra Potts

Carly Pearce: "Every Little Thing" From Her Stop in Fort Worth

The night was electric as country music sensation Carly Pearce took the stage at Dickies Arena, setting the tone for an unforgettable evening of music as she opened for country music legend Tim McGraw.

It was in 2017 that Pearce first gained major recognition with her self-penned hit single "Every Little Thing." The song, with its blend of traditional and contemporary country-pop elements, resonated deeply with audiences and soared to the top of the charts, reaching number one on the Billboard country chart. This monumental success helped Pearce secure a major label recording contract and paved the way for her debut album of the same name, which debuted in the top five of the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

Throughout her career, Pearce has amassed an impressive array of accolades, including three Country Music Association Awards, four Academy of Country Music Awards, one CMT Music Award, and one Grammy Award. Her contributions to the genre were honored in 2021 when she became a member of the esteemed Grand Ole Opry.

Pearce's set was not only a showcase of her own hits but also a tribute to the legends who have inspired her. "Alright y'all, I don't know about you, but I can't think of Tim McGraw without thinking of Faith Hill," she said before launching into a spirited cover of Hill's "Let's Go to Vegas."

Carly Pearce's dynamic performance also included crowd favorites like "Never Wanted to Be That Girl," for which she proudly declared, "I'm a freaking Grammy award winner because of this song." She also celebrated her collaboration with Chris Stapleton on "We Don't Fight Anymore," a song that just won the CMT Award for Collaborative Video of the Year

With her electrifying stage presence and heartfelt performances, Carly Pearce proved to be a fantastic opener for Tim McGraw, setting the stage for an unforgettable night of country music magic at Dickies Arena.

(Be on the lookout for Pearce's upcoming studio album, Hummingbird, expected June 14th. )

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