Big Machine Records newcomer Carly Pearce‘s debut major label single “Every Little Thing” has been certified Gold by the RIAA. This makes Pearce the only solo female with a charting country debut single to earn this milestone in 2017.
Pearce’s debut album Every Little Thing entered at No. 2 on the country albums chart, and Pearce earned the top spot on Billboard’s all-genre Emerging Artists chart. “Every Little Thing” was a three-week No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway, while another Pearce track, “If My Name Was Whiskey,” also topped the SiriusXM The Highway chart.
“Country music is all I’ve ever known,” Pearce said. “I’ve spent years working towards moments like this, and I can’t begin to describe how ‘Every Little Thing’ has truly changed my life from the initial heartache to now ‘thank you.’ I’m so grateful to all of the fans and radio who have given me this GOLD-certified, Top 5 single! You’ve had more of an impact on me than you’ll ever know.”
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