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The Band Perry Performs Sells Out Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

The Band Perry photo courtesy of Republic Nashville.

The Band Perry was recently called ‘the hardest working band in country music’ and they took that work ethic to Houston last week where they played to a sold-out crowd of more than 74,000 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Their performance marked the third highest attendance record in the rodeo’s history.

“We are thrilled to have had such a talented trio perform on the RodeoHouston stage,” Leroy Shafer, chief operating officer of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, said. “Just two short years ago, The Band Perry made their Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo debut by playing at our World’s Championship Bar-B-Que Contest, and now, they are selling out Reliant Stadium and breaking RodeoHouston records. Their presence is definitely known in Houston.”

“We love our fans in Texas and we appreciate their support,” Kimberly Perry said. “The energy coming back to us from the audience was just incredible. We had a great time this week in Houston and we can’t wait to come back!”

The trio performed their hits “If I Die Young,” “You Lie,” and “All Your Life” as well as their current single, “Postcard From Paris” and a few new tunes as well. The reigning ACM New Artist of the Year, they will perform on the ACM Awards on April 1 and are nominated for Vocal Group of the Year.

You can catch the group tonight on GAC when they host this year’s ACM New Artist of the Year Showcase, featuring exclusive performances and interviews from this year’s New Artist nominees Brantley Gilbert, Scotty McCreery and Hunter Hayes. Tune in tonight at 9/8 CT! Watch a sneak peek >>


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