The Band Perry
Summer is known as fair and festival season for most country artists on the touring circuit. The Band Perry says when they have a chance to enjoy any of the attractions at the fair, their favorite ride is the bumper cars. Kimberly Perry explains here how they are super competitive siblings who tend to go ‘carnival crazy’…
When a song gets stuck in your head, it is the lyrics and melody that you remember. But what if those lyrics aren’t really lyrics at all? We’ve picked our favorite country songs that have grunts, “Hyup,” and whistles that can get stuck in your head too.
The Band Perry will join Blake Shelton as his special guests on the 2014 Ten Times Crazier tour, which begins on Friday (June 20th) in Austin, Texas. The trio toured with Blake once before, and […]
Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry married Texas Rangers catcher J.P. Arencibia on Thursday, June 12th.
We had an amazing time at the Downtown Hoedown with Dierks Bentley, Tyler Farr, and The Band Perry! One of the booths at the Hoedown had a slowmo camera and filmed a lot of crazy moments
Edwards & Lee had a chance to chat with the three Perry siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid on Sunday before they hit the stage at our WYCD Downtown Hoedown and of course we got personal and asked the question that all the girls want to know about the two good-looking brothers with great hair in The Band Perry! We all know that Kimberly is engaged to baseball player J.P. Arencibia, but what about Neil & Reid? Will either of them follow suit and get married anytime soon?
Nearly everyone on stage took time to pay homage to the musically storied city they were in, whether it was Love And Theft doing a rendition of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself,” or Drake White proclaiming he loved the “indomitable spirit of Detroit.”
Turns out, Reid was the smart one, Neil’s the nerdy one — don’t get him started on “Lord of the Rings”or Harry Potter or hobbit holes — and Kimberly, well, she appears to be the troublemaker.
Kimberly, Neil & Reid are ready to rock it out at the WYCD Downtown Hoedown this Sunday night, and they tell us that “it’s been way to long since they have been here in Detroit!” Edwards & Lee had a chance to talk to The Band Perry and they are truly excited and honored to be the final performers at what looks like it could be the best Hoedown in history!
Country music artists are renowned for their support of members of the U.S. military. And in a CBS television special airing tonight (May 20), that support is expressed through a series of performances that pay tribute to the men and women who work in the various branches of the armed forces.