The Band Perry Scores Third #1 Single With 'Better Dig Two'
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by BWW News Desk
The Band Perry nails the #1 spot on the Billboard Country Chart this week with "Better Dig Two," the fastest-rising song and third chart-topper of their career. The bold lead single has sold nearly one million copies and provides a Stellar preview of the sibling trio's Republic Nashville release on April 2.
The Band Perry helped announce this year's ACM Awards' nominees during a digital press conference via www.facebook.com/AcademyOfCountryMusic and www.twitter.com/ACMawardsthis morning (2/13). The 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards will be broadcast LIVE from Las Vegas on Sunday (4/7) at 8:00 PM live ET/delayed PT on the CBS Television Network.
As special guests on Rascal Flatts' CHANGED TOUR this spring, The Band Perry will make stops this weekend in North Charleston, SC on 2/14; Greensboro, NC on 2/15 and Charlottesville, VA on 2/16. For additional tour dates, visitthebandperry.com.
Siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry quickly catapulted into the mainstream with the success of their Quadruple-Platinum, breakout hit "If I Die Young." In 2011, the tune took the #1 position on both Country and AC charts as well as earned 2011 CMA Single AND Song of the Year. Their success continued with Platinum-certified "You Lie" and the Gold-certified, #1 smash "All Your Life." The Band Perry has won multiple ACM, CMA and CMT Music Awards as well as GRAMMY, TEEN CHOICE, AMA, ACA and Billboard Music Award nominations.
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