For the second week in a row, the Band Perry are topping the country singles chart with their current hit, ‘All Your Life.’ Last week, the tune topped Billboard’s country singles chart, but were one slot shy of No. 1 on the Mediabase / Country Aircheck chart. ‘All Your Life’ is the second chart-topping tune for the Band Perry, who went No. 1 in December 2010 with their smash hit, the award-winning song ‘If I Die Young.’

‘All Your Life’ is the fourth single from the band’s debut self-titled album on Republic Nashville. The song was penned by two members of another family trio, the Henningsens. The news of the No. 1 single came just hours after the Band Perry’s moving tribute performance to the legendary Glen Campbell on the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, where the trio was also the only country-nominated act in the Best New Artist category.

“We are still soaring from our first Grammy experience,” notes the band. “Imagine performing in the presence of icons like Glen Campbell, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen! We were also grateful to be there with the music community as we mourned the icons we’ve lost this year. Amidst all these emotions, we are especially grateful that country radio and their listeners have kept ‘All Your Life’ in their hearts.”

Closing in at No. 1 for next week is Keith Urban‘s smash, ‘You Gonna Fly,’ followed by Kenny Chesney‘s ‘Reality’ and Dierks Bentley‘s ‘Home’ — but we’ll have to wait and see what happens. In addition to this excitement, the Band Perry are also bursting at the seams with anticipation for their sold out Nashville show at the legendary Ryman.