The Band Perry Earns Platinum Single

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• December 14, 2010

Republic Nashville's The Band Perry recently made a visit to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada’s first full-time country station – CFCW-AM. Pictured (L-R): Reid and Neil Perry, CFCW-AM’s Larry Donahue and Stella Stevens, and Kimberly Perry.

The Band Perry’s “If I Die Young” has been certified Platinum by the RIAA for sales exceeding 1 million units. The self-penned song from the trio scored a Grammy nomination and is their first No. 1 single.

“This song is about hope and contentment,” says lead vocalist Kimberly Perry. “Fans seem to have taken this song to heart as a positive reminder to appreciate each day you’re given. Every night we sing this song, it’s a reminder to us as well – we couldn’t be more grateful for this response.”

The Band Perry will perform “If I Die Young” on ABC’s The View tomorrow (12/15).

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