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The Band Perry returned home last week to enjoy America's favorite pastime and raise some dough for the United Way. Thursday (June 28), the sibling trio took in a baseball game in their hometown of Greeneville, Tenn., and played a private, acoustic concert for 200 guests prior to the first pitch.
"We love small towns and we especially love our small town," Kimberly Perry says. "Performing for our friends and neighbors and raising money for United Way at the same time meant a lot to us."
To celebrate the return of the hometown heroes, the team -- which is a Rookie-level affiliate of the Houston Astros -- created custom bobbleheads (pictured above) of the threesome. Each attendees received their own, and one dollar of each ticket sold benefited the United Way.
Brad Paisley will perform at the fourth annual USO concert on the South Lawn of the White House tomorrow for 4th of July.
The country singer will be playing in salute to the military with President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama in the audience. There will be about 1,200 troops and military families present at the event.
The USO concert will be streamed live on the White House website at