The Band Perry brought its "We Are Pioneers" world tour to the Resch Center Thursday night.
Opening acts for the sibling group were Easton Corbin and Lindsay Ell.
The sibling trio out of east Tennessee sat down with Good Day Wisconsin's Emily Deem before taking the stage in Ashwaubenon.
The group says it loves performing live for fans. Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry say it's a great rush and they feed off the enthusiasm from the audience.
The band also says it loves to work and is continually setting new goals for themselves - musically.
Their newest single "Chainsaw" will hit country radio next week.
When it comes to collaborating with other artists, The Band Perry says it would really like to perform with Swedish DJ Avicii. The group says it's a big fan of his music and songwriting and plays a lot of his music in their pre-show warm-ups.
Kimberly Perry also talked about her recent engagement to Toronto Blue Jays catcher JP Arencibia. She says she's never been one of those girls to have a Pinterest board full of wedding ideas. She says while she's busy with the concert tour, the wedding planning is in good hands. She says the couple is keeping it low key and focusing more on the promises made to each other, than making a big production of their wedding day. So will her brothers perform during the wedding? Kimberly says they stand by each other and most likely, the trio will perform something together on her wedding day.