Fresh from performing a free public concert in Greeneville on Saturday, The Band Perry is in the midst of a hectic round of national media appearances in New York related to the official release today of their new album, "Pioneer."
ABC's Nightline, which begins at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, will air an interview with the Perry siblings.
The interview is expected to include some footage shot in Greeneville last weekend by an ABC Nightline team that was here for the Perrys' concert on North Main Street.
After spending a brief Easter Weekend break at home with their family, Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry headed Sunday to New York for several high-profile media appearances.
The appearances tie in with the official release today by Republic Nashville of "Pioneer," which the band previewed for the first time at the Greeneville concert.
This morning, the three Perrys made an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America.
Their appearance included performing a song from their new album.
Several hours earlier, the Band were also guests on The Late Show with David Letterman.
They were the concluding guests on the popular CBS Television late-night program. Although not interviewed on the program, they performed "Better Dig Two," the hit single from their new album.
The Perrys appeared about 12:25 a.m. and were greeted and wished good luck by Letterman in next weekend's Academy of Country Music Awards.
The Perrys will be attending the 48th annual ACM Awards event, which will air on CBS Television on Sunday, April 7, beginning at 8 p.m.
The band is vying for "Vocal Group of the Year" at the ACM awards show, along with the Eli Young Band, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and the Zac Brown Band.
Earlier on Monday evening the group was on Live On Letterman, both on a live webcast and on-demand on CBS.com at http://www.cbs.com/shows/liveonletterman/
According to the band's website, the webcasts are also available on-demand via the newly-launched CBS app for iPhone and iPad.
Additionally, the show is available live and on-demand through CBS properties, broadcast on select CBS Radio stations, as well as via a live audio stream on Radio.com's mobile applications.
The webcasts are also offered on VEVO, the all-premium music video and entertainment platform, through VEVO.com and its free mobile and tablet apps for iPhone and iPad.
According to the band's website, the on-demand performances are available across the entire VEVO platform, including VEVO.com, its mobile and tablet apps, mobile website, connected TVs and syndication partners.