Pearce will scale back her upcoming shows

Carly Pearce has shared that she has a heart condition called Pericarditis, swelling and irritation of the thin, saclike tissue surrounding the heart. The country star shared the news in a social media video, stating her shows are being reworked to monitor her heart rate.

“You guys know that I have been dealing with some health issues. Through that, I’ve developed something called Pericarditis, which is a heart issue,” she states. “I’ve been working with doctors and talking to my cardiologist, and I still want to be out on the road, it’s really important to me, but we have all decided that it is in my best interest as I’m healing to alter my shows a little bit, so, if my shows look a little bit different, just know it’s because I have to keep my heart rate under control right now.”

Next week, Pearce will release her fourth studio album, Hummingbird. Produced by Pearce, Shane McAnally, and Josh Osborne, Hummingbird marks Pearce’s debut as a co-producer and fully represents her new musical chapter – one of forward motion. The album includes Pearce’s Grammy-nominated, Top 15-and-rising, gold-certified single “We Don’t Fight Anymore” featuring Chris Stapleton, as well as the recently released fan favorite “My Place” and the stirring title track “Hummingbird.”

Pearce will also host her third annual Carly’s Closet pop-up. The shop will feature handpicked clothing, shoes, and accessories from her collection for purchase benefiting the CMA Foundation. This year’s event will double as a special album celebration featuring an acoustic performance and album signing from Pearce.


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