Today: The Band Perry “All Your Life”
It looked like a great late spring morning for a concert at New York City’s Rockefeller Plaza, where Tennessee siblings The Band Perry performed for a packed crowd, singing one of their recent hits, “All Your Life.” The Band Perry Outnumber Hunger charity effort was also a hot topic for the band.
This country trio is enjoying much success since the 2010 release of their self-titled debut album, The Band Perry. The crowd sang along and waved signs in the mid-morning sun as they watched the country sensations. Lead singer and sister Kimberly sealed her performance with a kiss to fans in the plaza and around the country, who woke up to the band’s music this morning.
The Band Perry: Today Concert Series
Growing up together in Tennessee, the Perry siblings had unique opportunities to share their love of music with one another. All those family jam sessions and formative performances are paying off now in spades. The family’s first album to date has produced five hit country singles.
They’ve been riding high on their successes in recent years, and there’s no question that country music fans will be eagerly anticipating their sophomore effort. What’s your favorite song by The Band Perry? Did you get the chance to hear it performed this morning on Today?
The Band Perry Outnumber Hunger Charity
Kimberly, Neil, and Reed are three siblings who make up The Band Perry. When they’re not entertaining, they’re volunteering their time with causes they truly care about. The Band Perry Outnumber Hunger charity is their most recent charitable partnership.
“One of our favorite things about playing music onstage is the opportunity we have to really shed some light in some dark places,” Kimberly Perry said, “And Reed, Neil and I had the opportunity to visit our local Nashville food bank about a month ago, and our eyes were truly, truly opened to the problem that hunger is for so many Americans.”
If you’d like to find out more about this organization and how you can get involved, check out their website at OutnumberHunger.com. The band said they like that with Outnumber Hunger, you can find ways to get involved and help the people in your local community. That means whatever you give can have an immediate impact on the people around you.