The upcoming tour follows the recent release of “PARAMORE: SELF-TITLED DELUXE,” an expanded new digital edition of their chart-topping 2013 blockbuster. “PARAMORE: SELF-TITLED DELUXE” is highlighted by a wide range of previously unreleased material, a new version of the “PARAMORE” favorite, “Hate To See Your Heart Break,” featuring duet vocals from Joy Williams (formerly of The Civil Wars). The release also includes the never-before-heard 2012 demo, “Tell Me It’s Okay,” two bonus tracks “Escape Route” and “Native Tongue”, and eight electrifying live tracks recorded this past summer at Denver’s world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Paramore recently earned yet another GRAMMY® Award nomination, with “Ain’t It Fun,” the RIAA platinum-certified, top 10 hit single from “PARAMORE,” receiving a “Best Rock Song” nod for the upcoming 57th Annual GRAMMY® Awards. In addition, Paramore singer/songwriter Hayley Williams was named the first winner of Billboard’s “Trailblazer Award,” honoring her as a standout female artist who breaks from convention to make a unique mark and pave the way for new talent. The Trailblazer Award was presented last month in New York City as part of the ninth annual Billboard Women In Music Awards.
“PARAMORE” exploded to the apex of the SoundScan/Billboard 200 upon its April 2013 release – the GRAMMY® Award-nominated band’s first #1 album to date. “PARAMORE” showcased a string of smash singles, including two top 40, platinum-certified hits, “Still Into You” and the aforementioned “Ain’t It Fun.” The latter track proved one of Paramore’s biggest singles to date, ascending to #2 at Top 40 outlets nationwide as well as to the top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” – the band’s first ever top 10 hit and their highest peaking song thus far on both charts.
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance.