Carly Pearce appears to be enjoying a little down time.
In a recent picture on social media, Pearce is posing with Lindsay Ell, Jennifer Wayne, and Natalie Stovall. The four appear to be drinking wine and enjoying time with Hendrix (a dog with an unfortunate blue cone on).
“The most fun gals night (plus Hendrix).”
A Dynamic Group
There is a lot of talent going on in one room here. Lindsay Ell is a Canadian country music singer and songwriter. She is also an amazing guitar player who incorporates rock, blues, and pop into her sound.
Jennifer Wayne is a part of the group Runaway Jane. She founded the group in 2015 with vocalist Hannah Mulholland. The last name Wayne isn’t a coincidence either; she is the granddaughter of John Wayne.
Natalie Stovall replaced Hannah Mulholland as the lead vocalist of Runaway June in May 2020. Before than she was on “The Voice” as well as another group called Natalie Stovall and the Drive. She plays a mean fiddle.
While having all that talent in one room may seem normal for the four women, many fans were awe-struck.
One happened to be Chris Childers, an Sirius XM radio host. He tweeted, “Lots of incredible talent in that room. Vocals, fiddle, guitar, oh my!” Another fan simply tweeted a photo of four queen playing cards.
Carly Pearce New Music
Pearce has every reason to want to unwind a bit. She recently released her new song “Didn’t Do.”
She performed the single live at Nashville’s Listening Room. Her other two chart-topping songs were “Next Girl” and “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”
Since her divorce from Michael Ray in June, the singer hasn’t been sharing a lot of information on the situation. However, her ability to sing and write music has been her outlet for sharing her feelings.
In her new song she sings about all the things her ex didn’t do and all the ways he failed to support her.
“Treat me right, put me first / Be a man of his words, stay home because he wanted to / Always fight for me love, hold on tight like it’s something that he couldn’t stand to lose / The devil’s in the details, I won’t tell the hell that he put me through / All I know is in the end it wasn’t what he did / No, it was what he didn’t do.”
In the past, the singer has explained just how important music is to getting her feelings out and relating with fans.
“If you listen to any of my music and you listen to the stories and the way that I tell just my stories through songs, I think that’s always been a huge part of it, is being honest and being authentic, This new music and ‘Next Girl’ is no different than that,” Pearce told ET Canada.