You know them as The Band Perry, but the ACM performing trio know each other as family.
Siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry broke onto the country scene in 2010 with a self-titled album featuring the chart-topping single “If I Die Young,” now certified quadruple platinum. The group was subsequently honored with ACM awards for “New Artist of the Year” and “New Vocal Group of the Year,” and recently followed with an equally successful sophomore album Pioneer.
This year, The Band Perry will compete for the third consecutive year in the category of “Vocal Group of the Year,” as well as “Video of the Year” for No. 1 single “Better Dig Two.”
When they’re not winning awards, selling out stadiums worldwide and guest coaching on “The Voice,” this family band enjoys catching up on some quality brother-sister time — as evidenced by their entertaining and often hilarious Instagrams. Among photos from their world tour and live stage performances, Kim, Neil and Reid aren’t shy about sharing pics of their behind-the-scenes sibling shenanigans.
“I don’t know that we could have gotten closer,” Kimberly says. “We’ve always been raised to really be close to one another, and even though we have music on the radio now and get to play every night, we’ve been touring together since I was 15 and Neil was 8 and Reid was 10. We are each other’s best friends.”
Check out some of their best moments before they bring the family love to the ACM stage April 6.
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