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The Band Perry

Closed March 22, 2017

"...the Band Perry is transitioning away from country toward full-blown pop with marvellous results."

Houston Press

Why See The Band Perry?

Country Power Pop from The Band Perry

Get your taste of country pop goodness from the Perry siblings this summer, as they head out on a mammoth tour this festival season. Since their self-titled debut in 2010 sky-rocketed to quadruple platinum heights with hit single "If I Die Young" the band hasn't rested on their laurels, solidifying their place amongst Nashville contemporaries with second album Pioneer. Don't miss them when they hit Great American Music Hall in San Francisco , CA ,

The Band Perry mixes a good old country twang with a stadium-filling anthem aesthetic to produce upbeat power pop that sticks in your head for months at a time. Lead by front-woman Kimberly Perry and her melodic hooks, the band lives it up on stage, imbuing their performances with a genuine lust for life and positive, party atmosphere. They're stars are sure to keep on rising to dizzying heights!

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Performance date: 22 March 2017

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