Carly Pearce & Michael Ray Perform ‘Jackson’ at the Grand Ole Opry
By Chandler Reeves
August 9, 2018
A couple of country sweethearts just made their debut performance together at the Grand Ole Opry, and that fire is far from going out.
Carly Pearce and Michael Ray took the stage together for the first time Tuesday (August 7) to perform June Carter and Johnny Cash’s 1967 hit “Jackson.” A Carly fan account caught the performance on camera, and as it turns out, there was more than singing happening in the iconic Opry circle. “Found me a man who loves the #opry as much as I do AND got to sing ‘Jackson’ with him tonight in the circle,” Carly captioned a picture of the kiss she and the “One That Got Away” singer shared after the performance. The pair announced they were dating last month in another social media post, captioning the relationship had begun “one random night at the Nashville Palace” over “classic country music.”
Michael is currently touring fairs and festivals, while Carly continues opening duties on Rascal Flatts’ Back To Us Tour.