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MLB Fan Cave Launches Exclusive "MLBFANCAVE.COM Concert Series" Performance Featuring The Band Perry

The Concert Series launched the exclusive performance and interview by Grammy nominated THE BAND PERRY, who recently treated fans to a special concert at the MLB Fan Cave located in the home of the former Tower Records in Greenwich Village, NYC. The group performed tracks off of their self-titled debut album, The Band Perry , featuring their two #1 songs “If I Die Young” and “All Your Life.” The unique and intimate 30 minute performance included other hits like “Independence” and “You Lie” with an interview that gives the inside scoop on their upcoming second album.


The Concert Series has featured top artists Nas, Jason Aldean, The Script, The Fray, OneRepublic, Far East Movement, The Avett Brothers  and many more. Footage from past performances plus an upcoming performance schedule can be found at


In its second year, the MLB Fan Cave is a first-of-its kind space that mixes baseball with music, pop culture, interactive technology and more. New videos, photos and blogs feature baseball's biggest stars along with celebrities and musical guests with whom fans can interact with in an entirely new way.


The Band Perry has garnered numerous accolades including, “New Artist of the Year” for both the ACM and CMA Awards, CMA “Song of the Year” and “Single of the Year” for “If I Die Young,” several CMT Music Awards. They are also nominated for a CMA Award this year in the Vocal Group Of The Year category. The Band holds nominations from the AMA Awards, ACM Awards and Teen Choice Awards and more. Other singles have achieved Top 5 radio chart status and sales have been certified GOLD by the RIAA for all singles, with “If I Die Young” garnering RIAA Quadruple Platinum status. The debut full length CD THE BAND PERRY has sold more than one million copies and is RIAA certified Platinum.


Check out exclusive footage from The Band Perry's performance here: