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Carly Pearce unplugged 

Multi-platinum certified country music artist Carly Pearce is coming to the Atlantis.

The country star, coming off her introduction to the Grand Ole Opry and the release of her newest album “29: Written in Stone” in days, will perform at Atlantis’ Royal Beach in a complimentary concert for Atlantis guests on October 23.

Carly will be performing her chart-topping hits mixed with new music, including her latest single “Never Wanted To Be that Girl” with Ashley McBryde – which you can take in, while you sift your toes in the soft, white powdery sands at the resort, during the free beachside concert.

Fiercely rooted in the classics, the girl who left her Kentucky home and high school at age 16 to pursue her childhood dream has grown into a woman who embraces the genre’s forward progression, and is confident in what she wants to say.

Carly arrived with the Platinum-certified number one “Every Little Thing” and two-time platinum “I Hope You’re Happy Now.”

Lighting a fire since her debut, the CMA (Country Music Association) and double ACM (Academy of Country Music) Award winner has garnered over 1.3 billion streams across all platforms as audiences gravitate toward her raw emotion and stone-cold truths in song.

“29: Written in Stone” expands Pearce’s CMA Awards Album of the Year nominated 29. Crowning the project is a duet with Patty Loveless called “Dear Miss Loretta,” a song Carly wrote expressing a true understanding versus a deep appreciation for Lynn’s pain and life.

Carly has since become Country’s “it” girl, touring alongside Blake Shelton, Rascal Flatts and Luke Bryan.

Carly is set to perform at Atlantis after the uncertain year that was 2020’s year of uncertainty, during which she turned to the comfort of records she’s drawn inspiration from since her childhood dream started to take hold – Dolly, The Chicks, Trisha, Reba, Patty Loveless. And like those before her, she leaned on her own intuitions with Top 30-and-rising single “Next Girl” and a clever new video.

A deejay spinning tunes kicks off the event at 5:30 p.m.; Carly is scheduled to hit the stage at 6:30 p.m.

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Shavaughn Moss

Shavaughn Moss joined The Nassau Guardian as a sports reporter in 1989. She was later promoted to sports editor. Shavaughn covered every major athletic championship from the CARIFTA to Central American and Caribbean Championships through to World Championships and Olympics. Shavaughn was appointed as the Lifestyles Editor a few years later.

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