Following a busy 2022 spent touring across the US, Carly Pearce has announced a new live album, 29: Written in Stone (Live From Music City), which is due to be released on March 24.
To celebrate the news, the Kentucky native has made two of the songs immediately available - ‘Never Wanted To Be That Girl’ with Ashley McBryde and ‘What He Didn't Do’.
The project will feature live renditions of each song from Pearce's acclaimed 2021 record, 29: Written in Stone, including ‘Should've Known Better’, ‘Your Drinkin’, My Problem’ and ‘Diamondback’.
Fans will be pleased to see that Carly Pearce's new live album will also feature a number of older hits from her discography, such as ‘Hide the Wine’ and ‘Every Little Thing’.
Pearce's project was recorded during a special live show at Nashville's Marathon Music Works venue.
It will undoubtedly remind listeners of the emotional depth, lyrical vulnerability and irresistible earworms that pervaded Pearce's original version of 29: Written in Stone.
In addition, the project will offer fans the chance to hear a suite of exciting live collaborations, with guest appearances from Ashley McBryde (‘Never Wanted To Be That Girl’), Matthew West (‘Truth Be Told’) and Lee Brice (‘I Hope You're Happy Now’).
While there are bound to be many highlights on the new project, listeners will be particularly happy to see that one of the already-released tracks from 29: Written in Stone (Live From Music City) is Carly Pearce's Gold-certified single, ‘What He Didn't Do’.
The hit has already been streamed over 200 million times so far, and it seems that with the release of this new live version, that figure is set to receive a huge boost in the coming weeks.
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