The Band Perry

The Band Perry have turned family harmony into big business. Lead singer Kimberly Perry used to be a solo act, and her brothers, Neil and Reid, worked as her roadies. Eventually all three of them joined up, signing to Republic Nashville in 2009. Their debut single, 'Hip to My Heart,' reached the Top 20, but it was their second single, 'If I Die Young,' that really launched their career, reaching No. 1 in the country charts and crossing over to hit No. 14 in Billboard's Hot 100. Their self-titled debut album also scored hits with 'You Lie,' 'All Your Life' and 'Postcard From Paris.' The trio released their sophomore album, 'Pioneer,' in 2013. Its lead single, 'Better Dig Two,' reached No. 1, while 'DONE,' 'Don't Let Me Be Lonely' and 'Chainsaw' also scored major hits. On June 12, 2014 Kimberly Perry made headlines when she married Toronto Blue Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia.

  • Debut Album Release Date: Oct. 12. 2010
  • Top Songs: ‘If I Die Young,’ ‘Better Dig Two’
  • Did You Know? Their uncle is author, sports journalist and consultant Dayn Perry.
  • Further Reading: Top 10 the Band Perry Songs
The Band Perry Are Not ‘Going Pop’
The direction of the Band Perry's music is near the top of a list of items the sibling trio is looking to clarify through their new song "Comeback Kid." They never said they were going pop, Kimberly Neil and Reid Perry tell Taste of Country.

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