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Carly Pearce Raises Over $10,000 With CMA Fest Closet Sale

15 June 2022 | 10:11 am | Staff Writer

The Music Health Alliance is an organization for industry professionals that helps them find affordable health care.

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Carly Pearce raised over $10,000 for Music Health Alliance selling clothes from her own personal collection during CMA Fest.

She shared, “Thank you to everyone who came to Carly’s Closet! You raised $10,000+ for Music Health Alliance! I’m thrilled my clothes have a new home… and that we are helping the people who make the music in the process. Shall we do it again next year?”

Music Health Alliance replied, “The inaugural ‘Carly’s Closet’ event raised over $10,000 to #HealTheMusic!!! Thank you, Carly Pearce, for having this amazing idea and including Music Health Alliance as the beneficiary.”

In the photos, you can see a floral mini dress, two printed tops, the Gianni Bini hot pink stilettos she wore to the 2021 ACM Awards with her Monique Lhuillier gown and more colourful items for sale. Also captured is a number of eager fans hoping to get their hands on treasured items.

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The Music Health Alliance is an organization for industry professionals that helps them find affordable health care.

Pearce first announced her plans to rehome her clothes on June 6 via a social media post, with the event taking place on June 10 between 4-6pm at Noelle Nashville (200 Fourth Ave N).

She wrote, “Okay, y'all. I just cleaned out my closet, and it’s time to find a new home for so many of my clothes. With many of you coming to Nashville this week for #CMAfest, it felt like the perfect time to host a pop-up shop to sell them and raise some money for a great cause.”

On June 10, she gave a sneak peek of the items for sale – including two ensembles she had previously worn on stage. She captioned, “I’m SO excited for y’all to join me today at Noelle Nashville to shop my closet with all proceeds benefiting Music Health Alliance! Here’s a sneak peek at a few outfits that will be up for grabs. See y'all from 4-6.”

Following a tumultuous 2020, Pearce’s third studio album, 29: Written In Stone – an expansion of her successful 29 EP – produced by Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, was released in September, 2021. The 15-song project includes the EP’s original seven tracks with an addition eight cuts, including Dear Miss Loretta, which features country singer, Patty Loveless.

Never Wanted To Be That Girl with Ashley McBryde peaked at #11 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. Her follow up What He Didn’t Do was released last month.


Keep up to date with Carly Pearce on her Facebook page here.