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One year ago, if you’d told Carly Pearce she’d be one of the hottest rising stars in country music, she probably wouldn’t have believed you.

But she is—and during her Thanksgiving break, she was able to slow down and process the monumental success she earned in the last year and realize how this time of year will always be a special part of her story.

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“Last Thanksgiving, I surprised my parents by telling them I got a record deal,” she captioned a holiday Instagram post. “This Thanksgiving, I’ve had more dreams come true than I ever could’ve imagined. I am SO thankful, happy, grateful and excited for what’s to come. Sending love to you tonight as another holiday comes to an end.”

Isn’t that amazing? And how sweet is this photo of Carly with her parents?

You know they are so proud of their baby girl. In just one year, Carly signed a record deal with Big Machine Label Group, embarked on a radio tour, toured the country and scored her first No. 1 hit with her debut, “Every Little Thing” an autobiographical, emotional ballad.

And she’s just getting started.

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Next up from Carly is a brand new single called “Hide The Wine.”

my 2 favs every holiday 😍🍷 #happythanksgiving y'all!

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Just don’t hide it on Thanksgiving—cause it’s the singer’s vice and one of her holiday favorites.

That pie looks yummy, too!

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Carly is up for Grand Ole Opry Moment of the Year in the Rare Country Awards for her powerful performance of her debut single. You can vote now over at RareCountryAwards.com.

Congratulations, Carly! We are so happy for you!

This hot country newcomer gives thanks for a monumental year Instagram/@carlypearce
Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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