Carly Pearce, Photo by Andrew Wendowski; Morgan Wallen, Photo by David Lehr
Carly Pearce, Photo by Andrew Wendowski; Morgan Wallen, Photo by David Lehr

Carly Pearce Wants To Duet With Morgan Wallen As She’s “Obsessed” With His Voice

During a recent Instagram live from her tour bus while getting ready to perform on Kenny Chesney’s Here And Now Tour, Carly Pearce revealed who she’d like to sing a duet with. Pearce named a variety of singers she’d like to collaborate with, including Morgan Wallen, saying she’s “obsessed” with his voice.

Pearce also named fellow female country artists Miranda Lambert, Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, and Priscilla Block as people she’d sing a duet with.

“I would love to duet with Miranda [Lambert], you guys are suggesting great duets here,” Pearce said reading fans’ comments during the livestream. “I would love to do a duet with Carrie Underwood, somebody tell her.”

“I would love to collaborate with Morgan Wallen, that’s another one. I’m obsessed with his voice,” she said of the “You Proof” singer. “I love Priscilla [Block] she’s the best! I’d love to sing with her too.”

“I would love to duet with all these people you guys are suggesting,” Pearce continued. “All of these people are great suggestions, why don’t y’all just tell them all I want to sing with them,” she added.

While Pearce plans her next duet, she can already cross one dream collaboration off of her list. Pearce teamed up with Ashley McBryde on their hit song, “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” which appears on Pearce’s third studio album, 29: Written In Stone. Pearce and McBryde recently hit the No. 1 spot at country radio with their duet, making it only the second female duet to top the charts in 30 years behind Lambert and Elle King’s “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home).”

“When @ashleymcbryde and I were writing ‘Never Wanted To Be That Girl’ with @shanemcanally, we were just in the moment, thinking about the women we want to be and the way that’s not always how life and love turn out. But nobody ever paused long enough to think about having a #1 record or winning an Academy of Country Music Award,” Pearce reacted to the song going No. 1 on social media. “Ashley, I am so proud to call you my friend, my sister and I will forever be grateful for this song bringing us together. Gonna go cry for the 100th time!,” she said, adding a ♥ to the post’s caption.

In addition to scoring a dream collaboration with McBryde, Pearce is set to fulfill another dream this fall when she will headline the Ryman Auditorium for two nights in October.

“I was just informed that you all have sold out my first headline show at the Ryman. I am speechless. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!,” Pearce wrote on Instagram. “I know many of you are still inquiring about tickets and I am happy to report that we were able to work with @theryman to add a SECOND show on October 27.”

“It’s amazing when people dream your dreams alongside you,” she said.

Ahead of her headlining performances at the Ryman, Pearce will be performing at CMA Fest on Friday (Jun. 10).

She serves as support on Chesney’s Here And Now Tour beside fellowing opening acts Dan + Shay and Old Dominion.

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