Carly Pearce hosting livestream concert

LiveXLive partners with Big Machine Label Group for the performance

LiveOne has announced that it has partnered with Big Machine Label Group for the newest installment of its LiveXLive Presents: Rooftop Series franchise. CMA and ACM Award-winning singer/songwriter Carly Pearce will perform her critically acclaimed album 29: Written in Stone in its 15-track entirety for the first time. Fellow Big Machine Label Group artists Danielle Bradbery and Laci Kaye Booth will begin the evening with acoustic sets. This intimate, invite-only performance will be held at The Summit in Austin, Texas and streamed in 200 countries on Tuesday, November 2nd via

Pearce followed her heart and embraced her roots, emerging from a year of great disappointment with 29. Stirred by the loss of her longtime champion, producer and friend Busbee and the abrupt end of her marriage, the emotionally charged vocalist wrote her truth and finished this chapter with 29: Written in Stone.

The girl who left high school at 16 to perform five shows a day at Dollywood has found a way to connect classic country with contemporary sounds. The Grand Ole Opry member has maintained her commitment to keeping the music real while earning the 2020 CMA Musical Event and 2021 ACM Music Event and Single of the Year Awards for her No. 1 duet with Lee Brice “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

“The response to 29: Written in Stone has been overwhelming. It’s one thing to write and record these songs but to perform them on stage with my band, that’s the ultimate dream,” says Pearce. “I have learned through this song cycle that my story is the story of so many others and I can’t wait to sing the entire album LIVE for the first time on November 2nd on LiveXLive.”

The livestream event arrives ahead of Pearce’s upcoming The 29 Tour which kicks off November 4th in Des Moines, IA and runs through Minneapolis; Chicago; New York City; Washington, DC; Nashville; Richmond, VA and Bloomington, IN.

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