The sibling trio from Tennessee known as The Band Perry came out Saturday night in front of a Houston Rodeo crowd of 73,943 with huge smiles on their faces.The boys (Reid and Neil), dressed in all black, were led by their leather-clad older sister, lead singer Kimberly, in black-and-white, forgoing the customary cowboy boots for a pair of knee-high Christian Louboutins to dance around the rotating stage.
"This is our third trip to the big stage (the Houston Rodeo)," Kimberly said, calling not only her siblings her family but the huge crowd throughout Reliant, encouraging everyone to be a big family for "the next hour or so."
The trio gave it all heart during their performance at the next-to-last Rodeo concert this season. From the very first song to the last word, Kimberly Perry seemed to have more energy than all of this year's previous Rodeo performers combined, and was nearly out of the breath by the end the hour-long set.
While perhaps not the strongest vocal performance of the 2014 Rodeo season, The Band Perry definitely showed the crowd that they are just as much rock n' roll as they are country and twang, and have quite the range in between.
Night Gone Wasted
All Your Life
I'm A Keeper
Fat Bottom Girls
Don't Let Me Be Lonely
If I Die Young
Better Dig Two