Carly Pearce Had an Epic Moment On Stage Friday in Iowa [WATCH]
It's been a busy week over in Davenport!
On August 2nd, the Mississippi Valley Fair kicked off six days of concerts on the Grandstand stage. Not surprisingly, many of those concerts are country acts, including Dustin Lynch, Brantley Gilbert, Jimmie Allen, and Carly Pearce.
On Friday night, August 5th, Carly Pearce took the stage in Iowa, and it was a performance she'll never forget! Carly took to social media after the show to recap an epic moment on stage that brought her to tears.
While performing her new radio single "What He Didn't Do," the crowd just took over. The audience sang every single lyric of the song at the top of their lungs, leaving Carly shocked and amazed. The caption of the video reads:
"ARE YOU KIDDING ME? This song just went to radio & y’all sing it like this?! I couldn’t even sing through all the tears! I LOVE YOU, IOWA!"
Here's the video of the experience:
The comment section on Instagram is filled with fellow country artists and fans alike, all expressing their love for Carly and the song. User justinechomskimacdonald wrote, "This song connects with a lot of people. First time I heard it I was hooked." Abbydabbydoo7 added, "Girl, this song is a power anthem!!!! We LOVE that it's now on the radio, but we don't need it to be on the radio to know all the words!!!" dmatosich told Carly, "I hope these moments remind you just what your music means to not only your fans but Country Music!"
"What He Didn't Do" is one of the incredible songs on Carly's 2021 album 29: Written in Stone, and my personal favorite off the project. You can check out the full version below:
Carly's amazing performance comes just one day after Jimmie Allen had to cancel his Mississippi Valley Fair show due to long delays with American Airlines. You can read more about that situation HERE.