The Band Perry is comprised of lead singer Kimberly Perry, bass guitarist Reid Perry, and multi-instrumentalist Neil Perry. The fact that they're all named "Perry" is not a coincidence. They are siblings. Kimberly is the oldest followed by Reid and Neil. Early on, when Kimberly was a teenager, she was in her own band. Her brothers joined her on the road as technicians. While just eight and ten years old, the brothers formed a band and opened for their sister's group. Finally, all three formed The Band Perry and joined a tour that featured new country music artists. They were assisted in getting a recording contract by Garth Brooks' manager, Bob Doyle.
Their first single, "Hip to My Heart" dropped in 2009. It peaked at number 20. Their next single however, "If I Die Young," went straight to number one. They would reach the top of the charts in 2011 with "All Your Life" and again in 2012 with "Better Dig Two." Their self-titled debut dropped in 2010 and was a success on both the country and mainstream album charts. Their sophomore effort, Pioneer (2013), went straight to number one on the country charts and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200. Their first two albums made them one of country music's hottest acts and helped them sell thousands of The Band Perry tickets.