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The Band Perry Get Their Hologram on for Jimmy Kimmel Live

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In case you missed it, last night The Band Perry performed their hit single “Live Forever” to audiences in both Nashville and Los Angeles via hologram on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Live Forever” and its accompanying music video are out now.

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Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the CMA Awards on ABC TONIGHT


Through the use of cutting-edge technology powered by the latest generation of PCs and created by Hologram USA, Jimmy Kimmel be going cross country, hosting his show from two cities at the same time on Country music’s biggest night.  TONIGHT the late night host will be live in Hollywood, California and transported to Nashville, Tennessee via hologram.

To celebrate the CMA Awards on ABC, Jimmy Kimmel Live will fill The Country Music Hall of Fame Theater in Nashville.  Kimmel’s monologue will be beamed via hologram to the Nashville stage.  His first guest, Seth Rogen will be an in-studio guest in Hollywood. The show will also feature a musical performance by CMA Award winners The Band Perry from Nashville that will be a projected hologram and powered by the 6th generation Intel Core processor to Hollywood, California as if live on Kimmel’s outdoor stage in Los Angeles for his studio audience.

This CMA Award episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live will also feature a special “Mean Tweets: Country Music Edition” along with appearances by Jake Owen.  The entire hologram technology spectacular is brought in part by Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo and Microsoft.

Jimmy Kimmel Live airs 11:35|10:35 on ABC. 


The Band Perry Performs “Live Forever” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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In case you missed it on Wednesday (Oct 7) Grammy Award-winning sibling trio  The Band Perry stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform their anthemic new single “Live Forever”.

Live Forever” and its accompanying music video are out now.

For tour dates and more on TBP, visit

The Grand Ole Opry Goes To The Movies

©2015 Grand Ole Opry Photo By: Chris Hollo

©2015 Grand Ole Opry
Photo By: Chris Hollo

The show that made country music famous is set to take some of the genre’s most popular artists to the big screen in December when its first feature film, American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry, previews in theaters across America. The made-for-cinema concert film captures on-stage Opry performances and backstage moments with Opry members Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, and Darius Rucker, as well as country favorites The Band Perry and Brett Eldredge.

American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry is set for a limited special engagement at select Carmike Cinemas in the US beginning December 4. Distribution across America will follow in January in partnership between the Opry and independent distributor DigiNext, a joint-venture of Carmike Cinemas Inc., a leading motion picture, alternative programming and 3-D motion picture exhibitor.

“We are excited about the opportunity to take the Opry and country music into movie theaters across the country,” said Steve Buchanan, Opry Entertainment President.  “This partnership allows us to present the Opry to fans through a previously unutilized medium and is another way for the Opry to expand its reputation as a vehicle of discovery for America’s music.”

The film will give audiences a virtual front row seat and VIP all-access pass.  Among the performances featured:

  • –Brad Paisley performing his #1 hit and the film’s title track “American Saturday Night” and current hit single “Country Nation”
  • –Blake Shelton’s award-winning “Boys Round Here” and current single “Gonna”
  • –Darius Rucker’s Grammy-winner “Wagon Wheel” as well as “So I Sang” from his current album SOUTHERN STYLE
  • –The Band Perry performing “If I Die Young,” the same song the band sang for Opry management in a backstage dressing room in 2009, earning an invitation to make its Opry debut
  • –Brett Eldredge’s first number one smash, “Don’t Ya”

“Everyone in the audience was swept away by each artist’s incredible performance,” said Bud Mayo, Managing Member of DigiNext and President of Carmike’s Alternative Programming and Distribution Division, who attended the live taping on August 31 with Carmike CEO David Passman. “The Opry production was the best I have seen and heard in 40 years in this business. Add the personal interactions with the artists between their sets and moviegoers are in for a thoroughly immersive experience from the moment they do their virtual walk into the hallowed halls of the Opry. This kind of groundbreaking event helps to fulfill the promise of digital cinema and its importance to Carmike and the exhibition industry at large.”

American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry is directed by George J. Flanigen IV. Executive Producers are Steve Buchanan, Robert Deaton, Pete Fisher, and Flanigen.

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