Paramore have been nominated as “Best Rock Artist” for this year’s Teen Choice Awards. The awards will air on FOX August 11th. Until then, vote as much as possible here!
Last night’s show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia was the band’s last stop on their 2013 North America Spring Tour (or the Illness and Injuries 2013 Tour according to Hayley). Paramore definitely did save the best for last; the show was sold out and the crowd, despite being the last to experience the tour, was very energetic. Ryan Russell was even in attendance (see his panorama above). While he doesn’t have many photos online yet, check out some photos by Perry Julien for Creative Loafing Atlanta here.
While the band was visiting New York City, they met up with photographer Lindsey Byrnes. Paramore loves to share photos with their fans, so they had Lindsey capture what their daily life is like. The photos are now available as a gallery on Rolling Stone’s website with captions by Hayley herself. Click here to check them out.
Yesterday, Jeremy and Hayley stopped by Kiss 95.1 FM to hang out with 20 fans, one of whom was selected to conduct an interview. The band talks about their Spring tour, the new album, and what it was like missing out on many high school experiences. You can watch the interview here, as well as view photos from the meet and greet here.
Later in the day, the entire band played at the Fillmore. There currently aren’t many photos from the show, but you can see a few by Jeff Hahne for Creative Loafing here.
That’s right! Several dates were added to the band’s European tour in September. Check out all of the dates below, including the ones for the UK and Ireland.
Be sure to find out when tickets go on sale! Wembley’s September 27th show is the only date currently sold out. For more information, click here.
Hammerstein Ballroom is one of the band’s favorite venues to play, and it’s not just because of the gorgeous architecture. Fans from all over the globe attended the show last Tuesday. Catie, Ross, and Chriss were in attendance; in fact, Catie and Ross got to go up on stage to join Paramore for “Anklebiters.” Musician and artist Grimes was also at the show.
According to AltRockLive, it’s been three years since Paramore played in Boston. The show, which took place at House of Blues, was quite exciting not just for this reason. Our very own Chriss, Dustin, and Ross (who came all the way from Scotland) attended. A fan proposed to his girlfriend during “The Only Exception.” Ready for some cool photos? Click the one above for more!
The status of the Paramore Fan Club has been up in the air for awhile now, but the band just made a post on their website about it:
More details regarding this change will probably be released sometime in the near future. To view the original message from Paramore, click here.