By Lorie Hollabaugh
Filed under: Exclusive, Country News
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The Easter bunny won't be the biggest thing in town this weekend in Greeneville, Tenn., with favorite sons (and daughter) Neil, Kimberly and Reid Perry of the Band Perry
returning home on Saturday to world-premiere their much-anticipated sophomore CD, Pioneer
. It may be a place with a population of only 15,000, but it's a good bet that it will be standing-room-only just about anywhere the band pops up in the East Tennessee town this weekend.
The Perry siblings' concert and autograph signing, just days before Pioneer
's April 2 release will help raise awareness for their Outnumber Hunger initiative with General Mills and Feeding America and generate food bank donations across the country. For the tight-knit trio, going home again is not only a chance to visit with many of the fans and friends they made early on in their career, it's also an opportunity to relax and enjoy some home cooking.