Pink Concerts

Posted by sara121 on 10/17/2009

Pink is an American singer and songwriter. Her real name is Alecia Beth Moore. She is born on 8th September 1979 and comes from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Until now he has sold over 31 million albums famous all over the world.
On 24th September the amazing singer full of energy and enthusiasm made an unbelievable show in the American Airlines Center. Initially on the stage of The Thing Thing Pink sang "Who knew," "Please Don't Leave Me," "U + Ur Hand". After these songs the crowd exploded. The entire house stands up on their feet and began singing along with her. The show continues with the performance of "So what", "I don't believe you", "Dear Mr. President" and so on. Pink concert closed with "Get This Party Started." We can depict the performance with a few words: extravagantly, interesting, beautiful, and unforgettable.
On 23th September Pink made a performance at the Staples Center in Dallas. She crazed the audience not only with her singing but also with the eccentrically costumes full of colors. Other soon concerts that Alecia made this month were on 24th September at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX, on 26th at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL, on 18th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, on 17th at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA and on 15th September at the Key Arena in Seattle, WA.
The magnetic singer is preparing shows until the end of September in Fairfax, VA and in Toronto, ON. After this she’s planning performances until the middle of October in Boston, MA, Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY, Dublin and Belfast, UK.
On 20th this month Pink prove its place into the top of touring rock acts. Pink tour was a real furor. She said to its audience that she has waited for this tour 30 years. The specific Pink’s voice and her natural, free behavior warmed the crowed and they exploded at the middle of the incredible show.
Pink’s success we can see on the number of her awards, albums and songs. She has 5th Studio albums (the 6th will be ready in 2010), 3 DVDs albums and 2 other. The Pennsylvania’s singer won 8 awards (2 – Grammy Awards, 1 Brit Award and 5 MTV Video Music Awads) and was nominated for another 9.