The Band Perry and Lee Brice scored their first gold singles this week for achieving sales of 500,000 downloads each. The Band Perry’s single, “If I Die Young,” is featured on their self-titled debut album to be released Tuesday (Oct. 12). The trio — siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry — will tour with Alan Jackson in November. Brice’s gold single, “Love Like Crazy,” recently broke the record for the number of weeks spent on Billboard’s country songs chart. Its 55-week run surpassed the 54 weeks Eddy Arnold’s “Bouquet of Roses” stayed on the chart after debuting in May 1948. Brice co-wrote his new single, “Beautiful Every Time,” with Rob Hatch and Lance Miller.