Pink (whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter. She rose to stardom with her very first album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” which was released in 2000 and reached double platinum in the U.S. Despite the album’s success (or perhaps because of it), Pink felt that she was being marketed and perceived as just another pop singer. She took over more control of her second album and released “Missundaztood” at the end of 2001, which went quintuple platinum.

Pink has continued to be successful throughout her career. Since 2001, Pink has released three more albums, all of which were certified as platinum. The most recent of these was 2008’s “Funhouse,” which included several hit singles—among them “Please Don’t Leave Me,” “Bad Influence” and “Funhouse.” She launched her latest tour (the first U.S. tour since 2006) in September 2009 in Seattle and had to upgrade to a larger venue due to the high demand from her American fans.

Today’s recap includes concert and tour announcements, special event news and more, as compiled by TicketNews on May 5, 2009. Pearl Jam has announced just two North American concerts for August — one in the U.S. and one in Canada — in addition to the band’s sparse festival and... Read more
Tickets to catch the upcoming tour from Beyonce as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from Pink are on sale throughout the weekend ending May 4 as compiled by Ticket News. Today’s onsales kick off with tickets to see Oscar winning singer Melissa Etheridge in a string of several... Read more
With an impressive array of international dates already on the books, pop rock singer Pink is finally unveiling plans for her first tour of the U.S. in three years. Described in a statement as “part rock show, part club night, part cabaret, part Cirque Du Soleil,” the Funhouse Tour... Read more
Today’s tour recap includes itineraries for solo endeavors, reunion tours and more as compiled by TicketNews on October 23, 2008. Earlier in the day, we ran full stories on several upcoming tours, including Gregg Allman‘s solo tour, which is set to begin in late December and run through the... Read more
Richard “Rick” Wright, founding member and keyboardist of the legendary rock band Pink Floyd, died earlier today, September 15, after a battle with cancer. The self-taught musician was 65 years old. “The family of Richard Wright, member of Pink Floyd, announce with great sadness that Richard died today... Read more
Tickle Me Pink bassist Johnny Shou was found dead at his Colorado home on July 1, the same day his band’s debut album, “Madeline,” hit stores. Shou was 22; autopsy results were inconclusive, and more tests are being conducted. The band had just finished playing several Vans Warped Tour... Read more
Although talks of a full Pink Floyd reunion continue to resurface, and just as quickly get knocked down, the band’s guitarist David Gilmour hinted during a recent radio interview with BBC 6Music that the band could reform again for more gigs like they did for 2005’s Live8 one-off charity... Read more
By Chris Licata Vernon, Conn. – Syd Barrett may be dead, but the Pink Floyd show must go on. Tuesday morning a spokeswoman for the band announced that Barrett, one of Floyd’s founding members, had died a few days earlier at 60 years old. Meanwhile in Italy, the band’s... Read more