Up-and-coming country artist Carly Pearce has signed a deal with Big Machine Label Group and Dot Records.

Pearce, who was featured in the Huffington Post's 10 Country Artists to Watch in 2017, started performing at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., when she was just 16. Since then, she's opened for Kelsea Ballerini, performed at the Grand Ole Opry and recently watched her song "Every Little Thing" rise into the Top 20 on the iTunes country chart. In 2015, she was also a featured vocalist on Josh Abbott Band's "Wasn't that Drunk," which currently boasts more than 18 million streams on Spotify.

Pearce released her debut single, "Every Little Thing," via Dot Records. Big Machine hosts a number of other labels, including Big Machine Records, the Valory Music Co., BMLG Records and Nash Icon Records. Artists on Big Machine's roster include Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Reba McEntire and more, with label distribution via Universal Music Group.

“I’m so honored and truly blessed to be able to work with Scott Borchetta and the Big Machine Label Group staff,” Pearce says in a press release. “It’s a dream come true to have found a team who not only sees my vision but believes in it too. I couldn’t be more excited and ready to hit the ground running.”