Kimberly Perry Signs Solo Deal With Nashville Label
Kimberly Perry, former lead singer of The Band Perry, has signed to RECORDS Nashville / Columbia Records as a solo artist. Via a release, Kimberly said, “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.”
Kimberly and her brothers, Reid and Neil, emerged on the country scene as The Band Perry in 2005 and racked up hits like “If I Die Young,” “Better Dig Two,” “You Lie,” “All Your Life,” and “Done.” The trio earned a Grammy Award in the category of Best Country Duo/Group Performance.
There is no word yet on when Kimberly’s solo music will be released.