Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, and The Band Perry co-founder, Kimberly Perry, has signed a solo deal with Records Nashville/Columbia Records.
Perry co-founded The Band Perry with her brothers, achieving success with the Platinum-certified albums The Band Perry (2010) and Gold-selling Pioneer (2013), which catapulted to No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Top Country Albums Chart.
The group served up massive anthems such as the 7x-platinum Hot 100 hit “If I Die Young,” double-Platinum “Better Dig Two,” Platinum “You Lie,” “All Your Life” and “Done,” and Gold “Postcard From Paris” and “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely.” Among their many accolades, the trio earned a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.
“We’re so excited at Records Nashville to welcome Kimberly Perry as a solo artist with her return to country music,” says Records Founder and C.E.O. Barry Weiss.
“From the moment I met the team at Records, their appreciation for my journey and my vision for the future as a solo artist has been overwhelming,” shares Perry. “Everything came together so organically, and it felt right from the very start. I have wanted to live in Nashville since I was eight-years-old, but I only recently got to officially plant roots here. Being in this town of amazing, creative people for the past year brought me full circle to my original passions – country music and sharing meaningful stories. I am so lucky to have found such a wonderful and welcoming community here, and I feel equally lucky to have found the perfect partner in Records to get my new music out to the fans.”
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