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The Band Perry Has Mutual Admiration Society with Their European Fans

The Band Perry Has Mutual Admiration Society with Their European Fans

The Band Perry photo by David McClister, courtesy of Splash Public Relations.

The Band Perry kicked off their We Are Pioneers World Tour in Europe on November 8 where they will play for five weeks, before launching the North America leg of the tour in early 2014. The sibling trio loves playing for their European fans because, well, the European crowd loves them.

“Pretty much from the get go, they’ve always been energetic,” Reid Perry said. “It’s almost become protocol at a Band Perry show: Kimberly will sing ‘If I Die Young’ and the crowd will then take the song from there. And that started for the first time over in London. They are a very loud and rambunctious crowd, which we personally really like. They’re fun to play for.”

The trio doesn’t worry about language barriers between them and their fans. “The great thing about our European fans is they learn every single word to every song if they don’t speak English,” Neil said. “And I guess that does prove that music is the universal language.”

The band’s latest single, “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely,” is climbing the charts at country radio.

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