Last night, "Glee" said goodbye to Cory Monteith and his character Finn Hudson in a special tribute episode after the actor passed away this summer.
Now you can watch the (almost) entire performance above.
As I told you yesterday, The Band Perry are teaming up with Fall Out Boy for the next installment of CMT Crossroads that will tape on October 2 in Nashville. The taping is by invitation only, but there are ways to win tickets.
I unfortunately haven't been given any tickets to give away to readers, but if you head over to No Country For New Nashville, they are currently giving away some.
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The Band Perry has been announced as one-half of an upcoming episode of the popular CMT show. Their Crossroads partners in crime will be the rock band Fall Out Boy.
The two groups will come together in Nashville on October 2 to tape the episode with the show airing at a future date. The event taping is by invite only.
The Arsenio Hall Show is back after a really, really long hiatus and The Band Perry recently performed as the show's very first country act. The kinda smug Arsenio photobomb above was posted on the band's Facebook page today after their visit to the talk show.
The CMA nominees will also make a return visit to The Talk on Friday, September 20th. On both shows The Band Perry performs their new single "Don't Let Me Be Lonely," the third single from their gold-certified sophomore album on Republic Nashville, Pioneer.
Additionally, The Band Perry, will perform a special acoustic set at Heifer International's second annual "Beyond Hunger: A Place At The Table" gala event on September 19th at the Montage Beverly Hills. This event will honor Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon for her commitment to Heifer International in its efforts to end world hunger. The event will be co-hosted by Geena Davis, Jon & Kirsten Heder, Eva Amurri Martino & Kyle Martino, Ian Somerhalder, Dr. Heather Richardson, Laura Turner Seydel and Keisha Whitaker. Proceeds from the evening will directly benefit Heifer's mission to end hunger, poverty and protect the Earth.
The Band Perry will make their debut appearance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, NV on Saturday, September 21st. They will perform as part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival Village on the famed Las Vegas strip, with the likes of The Wanted, Avril Lavigne, Jason Derulo and Miley Cyrus. The Village will run from 10AM to 4PM.
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The Band Perry’s new single ‘Don’t Let Me Be Lonely’ has a lot to live up to. Following the success of ‘Better Dig Two’ and recent radio #1, ‘DONE.’, many people will be expecting big things from the country pop trio. ‘Don’t Let Me Be Lonely’ moves away from the upbeat, rocky, sass-driven tracks that The Band Perry do so well, and instead opts for a much sweeter ballad.
It is difficult to say whether the song leans more towards country or soft rock, as there’s definitely a division between the verse and chorus, but either way it’s definitely one that grows on you with each listen. With a chorus that has a hard-hitting drumline and driving electric guitars, following through with a killer solo just before the bridge, you’d be forgiven for thinking The Band Perry were trying to turn into a rock band. And you’d also kind of be right, because it certainly seems like they’re being pushed in that direction. However, the verses, built upon piano and acoustic guitar (particularly the first verse), offer something more country and a sound that’s really pleasant and suits them. In fact, I wish that they’d kept more of the song in this vein, because it is rather over-powered later on by rock ballad sensibilities.
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