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The Band Perry quickly sells out Ryman

Friday, August 26, 2011 – In just 20 minutes today, all 2,300 tickets to The Band Perry's first headlining show at the Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 20, 2012 sold out.

In today's edition of The Tennessean, Kimberly Perry - lead vocalist for the trio that also includes brothers Reid and Neil - spoke about headlining the venue. "It's an amazing thing. So much of our creative efforts have come inside Nashville ... and it's the center of our creativity. We so much revere that (Ryman) stage. And I feel like there's an amazing spirit about that place," she said.

While TBP has previously graced the Ryman stage during the Grand Ole Opry and other multi-artist events, this will be their debut as headliners.

TBP has a new single, the romantic ballad, All Your Life out now.


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CD review - Pioneer Sports fans may be familiar with the term "sophomore slump," where a player has an excellent rookie season, but then struggles mightily in his second. With "Pioneer," The Band Perry demonstrates that the phrase can carry over to the music world as well. Where the group's debut was quirky and showed real potential, their second release takes some artistic steps backwards while developing a more mainstream sound. The lead single and opening track, Better Dig Two, also ...
CD review - The Band Perry (full length CD) Image-wise, the siblings of The Band Perry are aiming squarely at the youth market. Sister and lead singer Kimberly has a Taylor Swift thing going on, with big curly blonde hair, while brothers Neil and Reid could be Jonases as easily as Perrys. Their musical style trends young, as well. There's an element of bluegrass in the music, but it's often more of a grace note on top of the pop-rock guitars and drums that remain the focus of the album. Lyrically, the songs also offer a ...
The Band Perry gets its name from the fact that all three of its members are siblings. There's Kimberly Perry, who sings lead, in addition to playing piano and guitar. Her brother Reid Perry is the bassist, while Neil Perry plays drums, mandolin and accordion. The centerpiece song of this five-track EP is the single If I Die Young, which is made all the more striking by the fact that it's also sung by a young lady. Being young is usually no time to contemplate death - leave that to the old folks. ...


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