Carly Pearce Announces Headlining Show At Historic Ryman Auditorium


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Carly Pearce is about to see another one of her longtime dreams come true… The “Next Girl” hitmaker announced on Tuesday morning (May 31) that she’s headlining her own show at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.

“I’ve dreamt of playing my own show at the legendary [Ryman Auditorium] for years & it’s finally happening!!!” Pearce gushed on her social media channels, sharing ticket information for the October 26 performance. “I truly can’t wait for this magical night. See y’all there!”

The upcoming Ryman Auditorium show comes as Pearce releases the latest single from her 29: Written In Stone album. “What He Didn’t Do” is one of 15 powerful tracks that has resonated strongly with audiences. “To me, it’s really a song of hope and trying to get smarter before moving forward,” Pearce said of the song. She previously explained on TikTok that she wrote it “to remind all of us to remember what WE need in a relationship. It’s easy to get lost in a relationship that actually isn’t meeting your needs.” She added that the song reminds her to hold her standards (and her head) high, and to “NEVER settle for anything less than the love I deserve.”

See Pearce’s announcement about her upcoming Ryman Auditorium show here:


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