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The Band Perry kicks off ACM Awards 2014 with ‘Chainsaw’ (video, photos)

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The Band Perry definitely kicked off the ACM Awards on Sunday night with plenty of energy. Before Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan hit the stage, the party got started with the popular band singing Chainsaw. The high energy performance from Neil Perry, Kimberly Perry and Reid Perry was exactly what the fans expected all night long and the music kept flowing from the Las Vegas venue.

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The 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards definitely was a surprise when the fans got a glimpse of the stage. With a big screen behind The Band Perry, the music was flowing, but so was the intense graphics behind the musicians. It was loud and the live fans loved the segment.

The best part of every ACM Awards is that the viewers are put first when it comes to all the music. Packing in as much music as possible, the fans get to hear some great artists and in-between all the music there is the awards being passed out.

Take a look at The Band Perry performing at the ACM Awards. Didn't the group bring some great energy for the first performance of the night? It was a great way to start the night!

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