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(AUDIO) The Band Perry Has A Surprising Loud Mouth In The Group

September 15, 2013

Kimberly and Neil Perry tend to be the most outspoken ones in interviews, so it might surprise some people to know that Reid says, “I’m probably the loudest mouth and the most stubborn, hard-headed one of The Band Perry.” He attributes it to being the middle child and Kimberly says his loudness usually comes out more behind-the-scenes. “I will say, though, he has some silent stares that when Neil and I are running our mouths sometimes on stage or in interviews, he’s kinda communicating without opening his mouth. But yeah, you’re all invited on the tour bus to see this guy and his ‘powers of persuasion’.” Reid proudly boasts, “I have a great talent. It’s called ‘working on the wear down’. I normally get my way a lot of the times, right? Not my way; the right way.” Kimberly says he only usually gets his way because he’s “exhausting.”

The Band Perry is currently promoting their new single, “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely,” while out on the road with Rascal Flatts, and they’re preparing to launch their own worldwide headlining tour in November.


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The Band Perry – Reid surprising to know :41

Reid- “I’m probably the loudest mouth and the most stubborn, hard-headed one of The Band Perry.”

Kimberly –“I’m glad you finally admitted it.”

Reid – “I’m proud of it. I mean, I’m just gonna live up to it. Middle children rule.”

Kimberly – “Yeah, but that’s more true behind the scenes. I will say, though, he has some silent stares that when Neil and I are running our mouths sometimes on stage or in interviews, he’s kinda communicating without opening his mouth. But yeah, you’re all invited on the tour bus to see this guy and his ‘powers of pursuasion’.”

Reid – “I do, yes. I have this.. I have a great talent. It’s called ‘working on the wear down’. I normally get my way a lot of the times, right? Not my way; the right way.”

Kimberly – “Only because you’re exhausting.”

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