The Band Perry at The Ryman Is a Virtual Sell-Out

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• August 26, 2011

Being in The Band Perry is a really good place to be. According to TBP reps, the sibling trio’s first headlining show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium (scheduled for February 20, 2012) virtually sold out in 20 minutes this morning.

However, as of this posting, some individual tickets (no pairs) to the show appear to still be available for purchase via Ticketmaster.

“It’s an amazing thing. So much of our creative efforts have come inside Nashville … and it’s the center of our creativity,” Kimberly Perry recently told The Tennesean about the Ryman show. “We so much revere that (Ryman) stage. And I feel like there’s an amazing spirit about that place.”

TBP has played the Ryman stage before as part of the Grand Ole Opry and other multi-artist events, but this will the group’s official debut as headliners.

Kimberly and brothers Neil and Reid are still rolling strong on their 2010 album The Band Perry, which has produced the hits “If I Die Young” and “You Lie.” The album’s fourth single, “All Your Life,” is currently at No. 31 on MusicRow’s CountryBreakout Chart and climbing rapidly.

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