The Band Perry Split

The Band Perry Announces ‘Creative Break’

The group known as The Band Perry, consisting of siblings Kimberly, Reid, and Neil, have announced their decision to separate as a band for individual career purposes.

Garth Brooks manager, Bob Doyle, discovered The Band Perry in 2008 and helped produce songs for them, which were then submitted to Scott Borchetta who was then the head of Republic Nashville — a newly established label at the time. They ended up signing with Republic Nashville in 2009.

The band released their debut album in 2010, which featured hit songs such as “If I Die Young” and “All Your Life.” The Band Perry has won numerous awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance and CMA Award for Single of the Year.

In their announcement, the three members thanked those who supported them along the way and shared a promise to support each other in their individual projects. 

“During this season we will continue to support each other as artists and family in all we do. Thank you for making our childhood dreams come true!” 

They ended the announcement to their fans with, “Love you all,” signing the letter Kimberly, Reid, and Neil.