It's like all of our prayers have been answered, and yes...their will be a Paramore reunion after all.
Paramore have announced they will be hitting the road this spring for their first tour in nearly three years in what couldn't be a better prep for their new album, Paramore out on April 9th. With their comeback in tow, the group released their new single, "Now" to give fans a little taste of what's to come on the new album for the band members, Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Taylor York. Though the past two years have seen some slight bumps in the road for the band, they are sure to rock out when the tour kicks off on April 25 in Houston, Texas.
Paramore performed at Terminal 5 Wednesday night to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of Fueled by Ramen, the indie label that gave the now-superstars their start. As a treat to fans, Hayley Williams and co. played a brand new jam called "Renegade." Only the second piece of music to be released from the group since the highly publicized departure of founding members Josh and Zac Farro, Williams introduced the song with a humble plea to fans, according to EW:
The past couple of months have been complicated for Paramore.
Paramore experienced a very public fragmentation of the group when brothers Josh Farro, lead guitarist, and Zac Farro, drummer, left the group. There are two conflicting reports as to what caused the break up; the Farro brothers’ frustration with Hailey Williams’s quest for a solo career, or what was originally reported Farro brothers losing interest in the band.
Despite this break up, the remaining members of Paramore, Hailey Williams, Taylor York, and Jeremy Davis, plan on continuing playing together and releasing new music. The bands one Grammy nomination for best pop performance by a group, and William's nomination for her best pop collaboration with vocals for her summer smash "Airplanes" by BoB.
A united front portrayed by Paramore’s remaining three members is essential to the band’s continual success.
The Grammy’s air February 13, 2011 on CBS.
The music industry just keeps getting better, which generates the gloomy realization that the radio will have to suffice instead of hearing the tunes in the past college bar scene. Some artist's have continued creating catchy tracks while others have blown up, showing that they aren't going anywhere anytime soon.
In short, 2010's music can most be remembered for Lady Gaga, Bruno making all the females swoon and an exhilarating formal introduction to Mumford & Sons. Not to mention the satisfaction in knowing that Kings of Leon will continue to be the best rock band for years to come with their Southern root melodies and lyrics that without a doubt will catch listener's pressing repeat on their playlist.
What's the point of watching these shows anymore when the first 13 could tell us who's going to win? The 2010 MTV EMA Awards broadcast Sunday night and all the usual artist's took the statues home. If you haven't listened to the radio in awhile, check out this list:
Best Pop: Lady Gaga
Best Alternative: Paramore
Best Hip Hop: Eminem
Best Rock: 30 Seconds to Mars
Best Female: Lady Gaga
The MTV Europe Music Awards stopped in Madrid yesterday. You might not have the time to watch the whole show so I made a list of the winners for your eyes only. If you still want tou watch the show, here is the link you need.
Eva Longoria was the master of ceremony. She had a pimpilicious full of diamonds microphone, and more than ten different outfits during the ceremony.
As you can see this skewer of winners looks pretty deliscious for kids, but could suffer from a lack of taste for the others.
The streets of Miami are chock full of young models who strut down the red-hot pavement, with their gravity defying stalked heels. One Louisiana transplant is more than just a pretty face and in case you haven’t heard, her name is Anna Mixon.
Her new line of jewelry is already creating tons of praise; leading up to her premiere hosted by Young, Fresh, and New at the Full Moon party, held at the Delano. The Mixon line is a luxurious collection of chains, in a silver or gunmetal finish, made to accentuate parts of the body: from the head, waist, leg, or hand. At the party, the models came out wearing tight black dresses draped with Anna’s handmade designs. The girls were immediately transformed into sirens of glamour and beauty. They also wore pieces across the head and their lips were painted in a bold red hue.
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Presale tickets for the Michael Jackson documentary, “This Is It,” are scheduled to go on sale this Sunday and fans are already waiting in line. Admirers of the late pop icon have already found their places in line in front of the Nokia Theater in L.A. to wait the final 48 hours before they can purchase their tickets. Some awaiting fans even have their children in tow for tickets to see the film’s Oct. 27 prerelease before its two week run in theaters nationwide. The first 500 presale purchases will have the privilege of receiving commemorative 3D-hologram laden tickets from Michael’s now defunct London tour designed by the artist, himself.