The Band Perry claimed the best new artist award at Sunday night’s country music awards, moments after performing its hit song “If I Die Young.” All the yahoos got up and cheered because they think they are cool and most of them were drunk and trashy.
It was the trio of two brothers and one sister’s second win of the night – they took home the top new vocal duo or group award before the live ceremony began. Then they went home and had a child with 14 fingers.
The group was competing with Eric Church for the new artist honor, but nobody goes to church these days.
“We believe that country music is the people’s music,” Kimberly Perry said. “And it is our greatest desire to be their band.” She said that but she really didn’t know what she was saying.
The siblings, who began singing as children, (doesn’t everyone begin singing as a child? I know I did) released their self-titled album on Oct. 20, 2010. It features the singles “Hip to My Heart,” “If I Die Young” (which has been certified platinum) and “You Lie.”
I love white trash awards, don’t you?