THE BAND PERRY’S REID AND NEIL PERRY TWEETING FOR PEOPLE MAGAZINE FROM
THE 2016 ACM AWARDS
The Band Perry’s Grammy Award winning brothers Reid and Neil Perry
Giving fans a behind the scenes and bird’s eye view of Sunday’s 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards
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About The Band Perry
Grammy Award winning sibling trio The Band Perry have proven an unstoppable presence in music. 2010’s “The Band Perry” delivered five hit singles: the sextuple-platinum chart-topper “If I Die Young” (whose video is now Vevo-certified for reaching 100 million plays), the platinum-selling “You Lie” and “All Your Life” (a #1 single), “Hip to My Heart,” and the gold-certified “Postcard from Paris.” For their gold-certified 2013 follow-up “Pioneer,” The Band Perry offered up the platinum-selling #1 singles “Better Dig Two” and “DONE.” (a first for Reid and Neil as songwriters), as well as smash hits “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” and “Chainsaw.” Kicking off the WE ARE PIONEERS WORLD TOUR in late 2013, the trio played hundreds of venues from Seattle to Sweden. In February 2015, The Band Perry won the Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, having also earned multiple awards from the likes of The Country Music Association, CMT Music Awards, the American Country Awards, and the Academy of Country Music. Recently named ambassadors for Teen Cancer America (a charity founded by The Who’s Roger Daltrey), The Band Perry are putting the finishing touches on their third studio album. The band’s anthemic new single “Live Forever” and its accompanying music video are out now. For tour dates and more on TBP, visit thebandperry.com.