Hometowns Not Forgotten By Rising Stars

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• May 11, 2011

Kimberly Perry hands out food to those affected by the tornado that hit her hometown.

Greeneville, Tennessee natives Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry (The Band Perry) visited their hometown earlier this week to help with tornado relief efforts. They joined the local Red Cross and the Greene County Disaster Relief/Donation Center to distribute food and supplies, offer solace, and express gratitude to the first responders and community volunteers.

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The recent tornado also struck close to Chatom, Alabama, the hometown of Thompson Square’s Shawna Thompson. One of the hardest hit families in the area was the Box family of Deer Park, who lost three members. Thompson is auctioning off the dress she wore in the music video for the duo’s No. 1 hit, “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” to benefit the family.

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Missouri native David Nail will headline a flood relief benefit concert in Sikeston, MO on May 27 to raise money for the thousands of residents in southeast Missouri.

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Fellow Missouri native Trent Tomlinson has recruited Uncle Kracker and Keith Anderson for a benefit concert in his hometown Kennett. Proceeds from the May 24 event will go to the Delta Children’s Home.

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Edens Edge (Hannah Blaylock, Cherrill Green and Dean Berner) returned home to Arkansas last week to perform and promote environmental awareness with stops in Fayetteville and Bentonville.

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