The good news keeps on coming for the cupcake-worthy The Band Perry, whose lineup was nominated for an American Music Award on Oct. 10 in the Favorite Band, Duo Or Group, Country category.
Per an Oct. 11 missive from the trio's PR camp, the award-winning players previously were nominated for the Sprint New Artist of the Year, Favorite Band, Duo or Group, Country and Favorite Country Album for their platinum-certified, debut album.
Since releasing their 2010 self-titled debut album, The Band Perry also has been nominated for multiple ACM, CMA and CMT Music awards, as well as earning Teen Choice, ACA, Billboard Music Awards and Grammy nods.
The 2013 American Music Awards will be handed out at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 24, and will broadcast live on ABC at 8 p.m. (EST/PST).
Meanwhile, in other good news, The Band Perry was surprised with a backstage celebration at the taping of their first "CMT Crossroads" earlier this week, where Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry of The Band Perry were presented with gold plaques for their sophomore album, "Pioneer."
Those doing the presenting were Big Machine Label Group President and CEO Scott Borchetta, Republic Nashville President & Big Machine Label Group EVP Jimmy Harnen, along with album producer Dann Huff.
Video bonus: Kudos to TBP for all their latest successes! To see the trio play "I'm A Keeper," simply access the video embedded with this post.