The Band Perry are giving country fans another great reason to watch the Grammy nomination live concert event at the end of this month. The siblings will join an already red-hot lineup that includes Sugarland, Jason Aldean, Lupe Fiasco, Lady Gaga, LL Cool J and others on the live broadcast from 10-11PM ET on Wednesday, Nov. 30 on CBS.

The scheduled performance is just the latest excitement surrounding the trio that won CMA Awards this year for Single, Song and New Artist of the Year as their self-titled debut continues to build sales and win fans.

But don't think the band is resting on its laurels. Kimberly Perry says she and her brothers are hard at work on the group's sophomore album. And they're not letting the incredible success of the song 'If I Die Young' hamper their creativity, either.

"Every artist has to have that point of introduction, and whatever song we need next will come to us when it’s meant to," Kimberly Perry tells Billboard of the song she wrote that has made her one of Billboard's Top 10 songwriters of the third quarter, based on U.S. radio play. "We’re going to try to stay open and available and keep our ears bent to the wind and see what comes in our direction.”

The Grammy nomination concert at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles marks the fourth time the Grammy nominations have been announced on primetime television.

The 2012 Grammy Awards will be televised live starting at 8PM ET on Sunday, Feb. 12 on CBS.

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