The Band Perry and Fall Out Boy Come To A Crossroads

The Band Perry and Fall Out Boy

The Band Perry and Fall Out Boy

The Band Perry is teaming up with rockers Fall Out Boy for a new CMT Crossroads episode, slated to air this November. The two will collaborate on a Nashville stage on Wednesday (Oct. 2) at Rocketown, swapping stories and trading lyrics. The long-running, hybrid performance program is known for pairing unlikely matches including Carrie Underwood with Steven Tyler, and Taylor Swift with Def Leppard.

The episode will feature the rockers performing hits like their recent smash “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)” along with the Perrys, who will no doubt perform several of their own multi-platinum hits with some help from the punk rockers. Fall Out Boy is no stranger to Music City – they reunited this year after a three-year hiatus and stopped in Nashville earlier this Summer to play a show on their comeback tour at the Ryman. They recently announced they’ll release a surprise new punk album produced by Ryan Adams, Pax Am Days, Oct. 15.

The CMT Crossroads episode will debut Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. ET on CMT.

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