Carly Cristyne Slusser, also Carly Pearce, is an American country music singer and songwriter. Country music is a genre containing old-time music and American folks. Her work contains traditional and country-pop music. She started performing in 2000. Afterward, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee. After moving there, she got a lot of recognition. However, she got major recognition after Every Little Thing in 2017. This song took her to the number one position on Billboard Country Airplay Chart. Her debut album, Every Little Thing, secured top five on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.
Carly hails from Taylor Mill, Kentucky, U.S. This 30-year-old single is best known for her song Every Little Thing. Also, this song made a special path of success for her. Moreover, she got into country music due to her grandparents. Her grandparents used to play this music in Carly’s childhood. Also, her stage name is the same as her grandfather’s last name. Carly began performing in her mid-school life. She also used to perform with a Bluegrass band since she was 11 years old. Also, she performed in churches and tent revival shows. At the age of 16, she did an audition for the Country Crossword show. After passing the audition successfully, she moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. She also dropped out of school to do the job at Dollywood. This job also helped her to find out herself and her way.
Carly Pearce’s Net Worth
Carly has good earnings, and the estimated net worth is around $ 1.5 Million. She is working in this field for three years now and has amassed her income skillfully. Income source is never just one. And so is for Carly. Her income doors are substantial property holdings, stock investments, endorsement deals with CoverGirl Cosmetics. Also, she owns a restaurant ‘Fat Pearce Burger’ in Washington and a football team, Taylor Mill Angels. She has also launched her fashion line entitled ‘Carly Pearce Seduction.’ Not just that, she has also launched her perfume called ‘With Love from Carly’, which is a top-selling perfume as well.
Carly Pearce’s Career
As we all know, she has established a successful career. Also, she is continuing to soar the heights of success. To have a close look at Carly’s career, she started working in the field at an early age. But at an early age, she had to go through many hardships. When she moved out to pursue a country music career, she got barely any opportunities to flourish further. When she signed a deal with Sony Music Nashville in 2012, the producer she was supposed to collaborate with getting fired. Making her lose this opportunity. But she didn’t stop. She took a lot of part-time jobs. One of her jobs was at Airbnb. Somehow she came in contact with Pete Fisher, who was the vice president and general manager of Grand Ole Opry at the time. This became an opportunity for Carly.
Afterward, looking at her skills, the producer Busbee signed her to a developing artist deal. In 2016, Carly did a song, Wasn’t Thet Drunk by the country boy group Josh Abbott Band. This brought many opportunities since the song peaked at number 37 on Billboard Hot Country Songs. The success kept growing on and is still growing. She has recently released her first extended play, ’29,’ in February 2021. This work has received a lot of appreciation. 29 is based on her life at the age of 29, and the songs deliver the major events of her life that are the divorce from her husband Michael Ray and the death of the producer Busbee.
Carly Pearce’s Personal Life
Carly’s personal life is quite normal. She is the daughter of Todd and Jackie Slusser. Her grandparents left a great impact on her in childhood. Later, she took her major in country music. As for her marriage and dating life, she got engaged with her fellow country music singer Michael Ray in December 2018. Michael proposed to Carly at a beach resort in Tulum, Mexico. The event was also witnessed by Carly’s family since they were also on the same vacation. Then, she married Michael in October 2019. In June 2020, Carly filed a divorce from Michael after eight months of their marriage.