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Pink

Singer, songwriter, and vocal powerhouse, Pink started her solo career in 2000 with the release of her album, “Can’t Take Me Home”. The double platinum album was wildly successful, and the beginning of a music career that would lead Pink to international superstardom. Her unwillingness to shape herself into the music industry’s mold of the time proved to be her key to success, and Pink has been unstoppable ever since.

One of the world’s best selling music artists, Pink is a rebellious woman with a big heart. She’s fun, hip, and fearless, and nothing like the cookie-cutter pop music that was so popular in the late 90s. Pink’s unique approach to traditional pop music challenged her peers to give the fans more. Pink has been credited for pushing the envelope and bursting through boundaries throughout her career, influencing the genre so much that she inspired a generation of pop singers after her to follow her lead. She is often regarded as the most trailblazing artist of her pop generation, but even with her influence, there has never been another artist quite like Pink.

Pink’s big personality isn’t the only thing that makes her a powerhouse in the pop world. She has a surprisingly wide vocal range and is known for her distinctive, husky, and soulful voice. Pink connects with her audience with honest, heartfelt lyrics, and a dash of rebellion that stays true to who she is. As much as Pink has grown as an artist in the past two decades, she holds onto the essence that makes her who she is, and that’s why her loyal fans love her.

It isn’t just fans that love Pink and her unique style. She’s been nominated for over 100 awards throughout her career, and won almost every award she was nominated for. Some of the awards include Best International Artist in 2001, Billboard Music Awards Woman of the Year in 2013, and Female Artist of the Year in 2007. She has also received awards for her collaborations with other artists, including the GRAMMY Award-winning song “Lady Marmalade”.

Pink’s Setlist

Pink has had numerous hits over the years, and with each new release she adds more fan favorites to the list of songs she performs on her tours. “What About Us” is a more recent addition to the setlist, but this upbeat, catchy tune is already one that fans love to sing along with. “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” and “There You Go” show off her signature style from her earlier albums, and “Raise Your Glass” never fails to get people on their feet. Thanks to the magic of large, portable video screens and sound engineering, Pink also brings one of her beloved duets to the stage, singing “Just Give Me a Reason” with a video image of Nate Ruess, proving that her music is far more than party anthems and anti-love songs.

Pink in Concert

Voted Most Creative Stage Production, Pink’s concerts are nothing short of a visual and auditory feast. Pink’s strong and emotive vocals are more than enough to carry the entire performance, but the fierce and creative Pink has also been known to add aerial acrobatics routines to her concerts. Fans can expect the unexpected from Pink, proving once again that there is no mold that can hold this unique and amazing performer back.