Although they came from humble beginnings in the small town of Franklin, Tenn., Paramore has become one of the most famous rock groups in the world with a large fan base and a bevy of gold and platinum hits. The group, consisting of lead vocalist Hayley Williams and brothers Josh and Zac Farro, initially formed a band during their teenage years, when Williams was already an accomplished singer. Williams signed a solo recording contract with Atlantic Records, but after butting heads with record producers, she decided to get the band back together and Paramore got its start in the mid-2000s.
Soon after their signing with Atlantic Records, the company decided to move the group to Fueled By Ramen, a record label based out of Florida that had great success in promoting emo-pop acts. Paramore's first album, All We Know Is Falling, was released in 2005 and the band promoted it heavily by going on tour with headliners like Simple Plan and Straylight Run, as well as scoring a spot on the Vans Warped Tour. After the modest success of their first studio album, Paramore struck it big with their sophomore album, Riot!. The record featured hits like "Misery Business," "Crushcrushcrush," and "That's What You Get," which helped the album go platinum within 13 months of its release and secured a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. Paramore then released their first live album, The Final Riot!, which put on display Paramore's enthralling performances and natural ability onstage.
The band's first single, "My Body," was well-received on the Billboard rock and alternative charts and steadily gained popularity after a series of well-publicized performances. Paramore scored a huge gig in late 2010 when they were asked to perform at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. With this additional exposure, "My Body" reached No. 24 on the iTunes singles chart and helped pave the way for the band's second single, "Cough Syrup." Additionally, the band taped an MTV: Unplugged special in 2010 that further expanded their popularity and opened them up to more viewers. This stripped-down performance allowed fans to see a different side of the band and showed their growth as musicians. With a slew of headlining appearances and an ever-growing group of supporters, Paramore is one of the freshest faces in modern rock and tickets are in high demand.
Paramore released their fourth studio album in 2013, which became their album to hit No. 1 on the charts. In 2017 Paramore will be returning with their fifth album, After Laughter, and will be touring extensively in support of it.
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Paramore After Laughter 2018 Tour w/ Foster The People
This spring, Paramore have announced the third incarnation of their PARAHOY! cruise festival. The ship will sail from Miami, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas from April 6th through 10th. In addition, the band is going on tour again this summer right after their second leg of Tour Two from last year. Paramore are going on their 2018 North American Tour with alt-pop hitmakers Foster The People. The tour celebrates their After Laughter album, released last summer and includes shows in Raleigh, Toronto, Bangor, St Augustine, Syracuse, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Columbus, Detroit, Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles and more.