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Pearl Clarkin / Press

“Pearl is headling her own concert back home on her beloved Pensacola Beach before 1000′s on October 2nd and will be performing for the Pensacola Beach Songwriter’s Festival October 3rd. October 4th – 8th she will be moving on south to perform at GAC TV Storme Warren’s Country on the Beach Key West Event with Montgomery Gentry . There is so much going on for Pearl, we certainly can’t list it here but NASHVILLE HAS GONE CRAZY OVER HER !!! She has already been named one of the top unsigned artists in the country by CMT. In 2009 she placed in their Music City Madness singer/songwriter contest.”

“Past campers are beginning to become household names – Jordan Shellhart, Pearl Clarkin and Bethany Hawkes to name a few.”

“Labored American Idol audition Twelve year-old Pearl Clarkin (L) and thirteen year-old Jacky Berhnard perform during a class at Idol Camp in Northfield, Massachusetts July 13, 2007. Idol Camp, which is inspired by the television program 'American Idol,' is a ten-day performing arts camp for 12 to 15 year old kids. Picture taken July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Brian Snyder”

“Clarkin entered the video in Country Music Television’s popular Music City Madness contest, which will announce its 64 finalists on Wednesday, Oct. 21. “If it’s chosen to compete for the grand prize, my reputation as a songwriter in Nashville is sealed,” says Clarkin, who is spending a year in the country music capital getting specialized voice training from industry experts. “Nashville has embraced me in ways I never imagined,” Pearl said. “It feels like I’m living a dream here. I like to come home to Pensacola Beach on weekends, get back down to earth and re-group." Winning the Music City Madness contest would be great, but Pearl is keeping her eye on the bigger prize.”

“Clarkin entered the video in Country Music Television’s popular Music City Madness contest, which will announce its 64 finalists on Wednesday, Oct. 21. “If it’s chosen to compete for the grand prize, my reputation as a songwriter in Nashville is sealed,” says Clarkin, who is spending a year in the country music capital getting specialized voice training from industry experts. “Nashville has embraced me in ways I never imagined,” Pearl said. “It feels like I’m living a dream here. I like to come home to Pensacola Beach on weekends, get back down to earth and re-group." Winning the Music City Madness contest would be great, but Pearl is keeping her eye on the bigger prize.”