Republic NashvilleThe Band Perry recently played their first USO show while overseas in the U.K., and hearing the soldiers’ stories was a moving experience for the sibling trio.

Neil Perry says, “We got to talk to some of our service members and listen to what they go through. And the fact that they leave home, leave the place they’re actually protecting to protect us, that just meant a lot to us.”

The Band Perry plans to continue their efforts in giving back to servicemen and women whenever possible in the coming years. In the meantime, they’re gearing up to join Blake Shelton on the Ten Times Crazier tour this summer.

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