Paramore at the Fillmore Auditorium 5-7-13 (photos, review)
Just two songs into Paramore's show at the Fillmore Auditorium Tuesday night, singer Hayley Williams was out of breath. Huffing over the microphone, her first interaction with the crowd was an apology for having to cancel the band's show in Salt Lake City the night before.
Paramore announces first U.S. tour since 2010, album details
Paramore announced today that the band will embark on its first North American tour since 2010, kicking off on April 25 in Houston, Texas. Read More»
Live review: Paramore, Tegan and Sara, New Found Glory @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams has arguably more charm than many whole bands, and she has a reputation for showing it off in concert.
Photo essay: Paramore @ the Fillmore Auditorium
[insertReverbPhoto id="77231" photo="1"] Paramore's Hayley Williams drew her young fans -- and their parents -- to the Fillmore on Sunday. Photo by Joe McCabe. Paramore singer Hayley Williams and company bounced into the Fillmore Auditorium Sunday night in support of their newly released album, "Brand New Eyes" -- a show rescheduled from a postponed Oct.
News: Kanye cancels, Paramore postpones
Kanye West: Now you see him, now you don't. Ah, last-minute cancellations: The bane of a well-honed schedule. Despite what it says in my printed "Hot Tix" column in today's Denver Post Entertainment section, Kayne West and Lady Gaga will NOT be playing the Pepsi Center on Dec.
Offspring, Paramore @ Fiddler's Green
[photopress:offspring.jpg,full,pp_image] The Offspring performing May 18 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Photo from Offspring.com. As I sat, swayed, danced, and bounced through the Big Gig, one song kept bubbling to top of mind: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's "Whatever Happened To My Rock 'n' Roll." Surrounded by the next generation of punk rock girls and boys, happily bouncing and pogo-ing to the tunes Saturday at Fiddler's Green, I tried to share the bliss they were feeling.
Download “Shadows” from Hydrogen Skyline, exclusive to Steal This Track
Colorado Springs electro-rock band Hydrogen Skyline will release the second and final EP in its "anagram series" on Feb. 1. It's titled "Hey Sly King Drone," and the first was called "Only Shy Deer King." Get it?