“I can remember a time when I would’ve been made fun of for doing things differently. Now I’m getting an award for it? This is too much.”
Hayley Williams and the guys open up on when fans can expect to hear new music.
There was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
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Ariana Grande, Lady Antebellum, Iggy Azalea, Paramore and Sia and special guest Gwen Stefani will also perform, with Carson Daly as their host.
1D have yet to respond but one other artist, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, spoke out to defend New Found Glory.
Add Paramore to the list of musicians paying their respects to the late Robin Williams.
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“My priority will always be Paramore,” she said. “I know where my heart is. And it’s this band. I can’t imagine wanting to do anything else.”
The Let’s Make Things Physical Tour coincides with the launch of the twin musical duo’s second single, “I Was A Fool.”
Paramore is breaking records, both figuratively and literally, in their new video for “Ain’t It Fun” off their 2013 self-titled album.
Today’s rock charts showcase folk, indie, and electronic sounds, while in country, artists like Church, Brown, and Jason Aldean are aiming for a louder, more guitar-driven sound. Is this the future of the format?
The clip combines black and white shots of Hayley Williams and the guys playing Wembley Stadium with the story of two girls who pack their bags and head to London to see Paramore in concert.
After a few tough years, Williams said that her band’s upcoming North American trek, The Self-Titled Tour, which kicks off tomorrow (October 15) in Seattle, Washington, feels like a fresh start for her band.
The first time Paramore’s Hayley Williams heard herself on the radio, she was sweaty, surrounded by screaming fans and running on adrenaline.
In the new video for “Stay The Night,” Hayley Williams and Zedd help soundtrack an elaborate mating dance.
“It just felt like a song I was supposed to sing,” Hayley Williams said about “Stay The Night,” her new track with Zedd.