Carly Pearce Details 2023 Tour and New Song “Country Music Made Me Do It”

“Country Music Made Me Do It is the essence of this next chapter for me,” Carly said.

Matt Simeone
August 7, 2023

After a weekend of teases on social media, Carly Pearce today (August 7) revealed a big announcement – times three!

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The country star just detailed her “Country Music Made Me Do It Tour 2023” and the Friday, August 11, release date for her “Country Music Made Me Do It” song, plus her all-new fan club (which you can already sign us up for). The tour will kick off in New York City in October and finish six weeks later in Detroit (see dates below).

“I’ve been busy in the studio recording new music, and want to share a taste of that with you too,” Carly posted about the highly anticipated track on social media. “Country Music Made Me Do It” is the essence of this next chapter for me.”

Carly described “Country Music Made Me Do It” as an “autobiographical anthem” that will hopefully inspire fans to share their country music journeys as well. You can pre-save the song now here.

Regarding her can’t-miss tour, the “We Don’t Fight Anymore” singer will be joined by opener Adam Doleac during 12 shows, with Hannah Ellis stepping in for two more. The tour will concentrate on big clubs and theaters in major cities, including NYC, LA, St. Louis, and Boston. Tickets go on sale here August 11 at 10am local time.

Additionally, by popular demand, Carly launched her official fan club, which you can join now at Her fan-club members will also get exclusive pre-sale access to tickets on her 2023 tour.

The announcement comes about a week after Carly was announced as the opener on Tim McGraw’s “Standing Room Only” tour across North America.

Carly Pearce Country Music Made Me Do It Tour

Oct. 5 — New York, NY at The Town Hall

Oct. 6 — Boston, Mass. at House of Blues

Oct. 7 — Silver Springs, Md. at The Fillmore

Oct. 12 — Madison, Wisc. at The Sylvee

Oct. 13 — St. Louis, Mo. at Stifel Theatre

Oct. 14 — Norman, Okla. at Riverwind Casino

Oct. 20 — Myrtle Beach, SC at House of Blues

Oct. 21 — August, Ga. at Miller Theater

Oct. 27 — Los Angeles, Calif. at The Weltern

Nov. 1 — Paso Robles, Calif. at Vina Robles Amphitheatre

Nov. 2 — Santa Rosa, Calif. at Luther Burbank Center

Nov. 18 — Detroit, Mich. at The Fillmore