Country music group The Band Perry are paying tribute to their hometown of Greeneville, Tennessee by staging a free concert to thank residents for their support.
The If I Die Young hitmakers, siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry, will launch their second album Pioneer at the outdoors event later this month (Mar13) in the town's North Main Street.
Neil Perry tells ABC News Radio, "Anyone who knows us knows how much we love our hometown. We have been traveling so much the past several years that we wanted to bring our new music and our new show back home to the folks in Greeneville to say how much we appreciate their support, just like we did with our first record. It's our way of saying 'thank you'."
Proceeds from the event will benefit Outnumber Hunger, a charitable organization which aims to fight food shortages in local communities across the U.S.