The Band Perry will premiere their sophomore album, Pioneer, with a free show in their hometown of Greeneville, TN on March 30. The album doesn’t hit stores until April 2, so the sibling trio’s friends and neighbors will be the first to hear the new music. The group’s lead singer Kimberly Perry feels like this is the perfect place to start the journey of the Pioneer album.
“To know where you’re headed, sometimes you have to know where you’ve been,” Kimberly tells ABC News Radio. “So, for us to begin the journey of having this album out in the world, we felt like our hometown, the place that we are starting from, was so important to have that be the premiere.”
The Band Perry will sign autographs following the show, and the group actually performed a free show in Greeneville to celebrate the release of their debut album a few years back.
Neil Perry says, “It’s really great to kind of give back to Greeneville that’s given us so much. You know, they’ve supported us through everything. So, this is our kind of thank you to them.”
Pioneer features The Band Perry’s latest #1 hit, “Better Dig Two,” as well as their latest single, “DONE.”
The Band Perry’s Greeneville concert is presented by the Greene County Partnership to raise awareness of Outnumber Hunger. The Band Perry is this year’s face of Outnumber Hunger, a campaign to fight hunger from General Mills, Big Machine Label Group and Feeding America.
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