The group is comprised of Kimberly Perry, as well as her brothers Neil and Reid Perry. It was presented by New York's country station, Nash FM 94.7, which features such radio DJs as Jesse Addy and Kelly Ford.
The Band Perry
opened their set with their spitfire single "DONE."
"Ya'll clap your hands," Kimberly Perry said, and they continued with "Night Gone Wasted."
It was followed by another smash hit "You Lie," where Kimberly backed herself up on acoustic guitar, and they had the audience clapping their hands along with them.
"New York City. How ya'll doing on a Wednesday night? We are so excited to be at New York City. It's going to be a great night for country music," she said.
They slowed down the pace with the ballad "All Your Life" and they sang a few verses of the Dolly Parton-penned "I Will Always Love You," which Kimberly commenced acapella.
Their version of the tune was well-received and Kimberly shared her gratitude to the fans. "We love you so much tonight," she said. "How ya'll doing?"
After they sang "I'm a Keeper," they noted that each and every person in the room tonight is a "keeper" as well.
The Band Perry went on to sing "Forever Mine Nevermind," which they co-wrote with Brad Paisley and Neil took on the lead vocals on the Queen classic "Fat Bottomed Girls," thus allowing her two brothers to showcase their immense talents.
"Get your hands high," Kimberly said and they sang their current single and gorgeous ballad "Don't Let Me Be Lonely," which sits in the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, for the week ending October 26.
Overall, The Band Perry's
Roseland Ballroom show was a great deal of fun and they showcased a lot of energy and sass. This marked my fifth time seeing them live this year in New York, and I thoroughly enjoyed their live performance once again.
For more information on The Band Perry, and their tour dates, visit their official website