The Band Perry Reacts To Rockin’ The Ryman
“Best. Night. Ever.”
Those three words from The Band Perry summed up their first-ever headlining show last night at the historic Ryman Auditorium. TBP played to a packed house, but that wasn’t a surprise. When tickets went on sale last fall, the show sold out in only twenty minutes. Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry were also the first artists to perform on the recently renovated stage at the legendary venue.
“We are so excited to have performed our first headlining show in Nashville at the Ryman Auditorium! Country music’s ‘mother church’ was in need of some loving attention, so a brand new stage has just been added,” says Kimberly Perry. “We had the honor of being the very first act to perform on it. The evening was even better than we imagined.”
Not only did last night’s show in Music City sell out in a matter of minutes, their show last Saturday night (2/18), at Billy Bob’s Texas in Ft. Worth, also sold out in advance. If that’s not enough, the sibling trio performed in front of more than sixteen thousand fans at the San Antonio Stock Show last Wednesday (2/15). Clearly, Kimberly, Neil and Reid, with their chart-topping hits “If I Die Young” and “All Your Life,” have found an audience and the audience is finding them.
“It’s so amazing that our fans appreciate what we do live and support us by coming to hear us play,” says Reid Perry.
“We have been so blessed in our career since we began and to know our fans continue to support our music is so gratifying,” added Neil Perry.
The Band Perry heads back out on the road this week on Brad Paisley’s Virtual Reality World Tour 2012. Stops for this week include:
2/23 Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center
2/24 Moline, IL – iWireless Center
2/25 Springfield, MO – JQH Arena