Carly Pearce was back in her home state today (March, 4th) for the unveiling of her display in the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum.
Carly was on hand to accept the honor, saying “This is so special to me. I love Kentucky so much, I have state tattooed on my wrist because I love it so much!”
Speaking in front of a costume that her mom made for Carly when she was going to perform “Blue Moon of Kentucky” in her 4th grade school talent show — which she went on to win — Carly added, “You dream of one day impacting…all I ever wanted to do was sing country music and just to know that I am making my home state proud in a way that I always hoped to, and following in the footsteps of so many people in this Museum makes me very very happy, and just very honored to be here.”
Carly also treated the people at the event and those watching online to 3 of her songs which she sang acoustically, “Every Little Thing,” “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” and “Next Girl.”
You can watch the event of the unveiling of Carly Pearce’s exhibit at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum as it happened right here…
Headline Photo Credit: Allister Ann
Additional Photos Courtesy of Carly Pearce