Grammy® Award-winning sibling trio, The Band Perry, will headline StarNight 2015 on Saturday, August 22,at the Chattanooga Convention Center. StarNight, Chattanooga’s premier gala event now in its 53rd year, supports Siskin Children’s Institute’s efforts on behalf of children with special needs and their families.
As one of the most dynamic acts in music today, The Band Perry released their self-titled debut album in 2010. The album offered up 5 hit singles, including the sextuple-platinum chart-topper “If I Die Young,” the platinum hits “All Your Life” and “You Lie,” the gold-certified “Postcard from Paris,” and “Hip to My Heart.” On the band’s gold-certified second album Pioneer, frontwoman Kimberly Perry and her younger brothers Reid and Neil delved deeper into an edgy, rock-and-roll-inspired sound while staying true to their Southern roots. Featuring the platinum #1 singles “Better Dig Two” and “DONE.,” Pioneer found the band widening their appeal and continuing to showcase their breathtaking three-part harmonies. In February 2015, the band won the Grammy® Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their spirited rendition of country legend Glen Campbell’s “Gentle On My Mind.” They have also earned 3 CMA awards, 3 ACM awards and 3 CMT awards.The Band Perry recently wrapped their first headlining world tour and are currently working on new music for their upcoming third studio album.
August 22, 2015
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Meet the 2015 StarNight Co-chairs
Carla and Bubba Morgan and daughter McCall
Husband and wife team, Carla and Bubba Morgan are this year’s co-chairs of StarNight
2015. Carla received her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University Of TN School Of
Law. She also served on the Institute’s board of directors and is currently chairing the
marketing and development committee. Bubba, a well-known business man, owns
Southeastern Salvage and is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of
Business. The Morgan’s have passed the torch to their college-aged daughter, McCall,
whois happily following in her parent’s footsteps. Over the years, McCall has
volunteered at the Institute and helped plan and coordinate a tennis tournament that
benefited the organization. Carla, Bubba and McCall are three of more than 90
volunteers who will serve on the StarNight planning committee this year.