THE BAND PERRY made history last night, (Monday, 2/20), as they performed the very first show on the brand new Brazilian Teak floor at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The sold-out show was a Nashville headlining first for The Band Perry. They decided it was only fitting to debut some new songs as well. Kimberly Perry said, "We are really, really excited to play these new songs on a brand new stage."
Ryman Auditorium is often called the "Mother Church of Country Music." The Band Perry's performance was the first since the 61-year-old oak floor was replaced. Officials say this new floor should last for the next century or more!