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Paramore Bio

Right now, Paramore is one of the hottest bands in rock. Since their breakout with their sophomore album, 2007’s Riot!, Paramore has been one of the rock world’s most exciting and consistent acts. The group’s driving, power cord-fueled alternative rock blends emo music with power pop, and that unique yet catchy sound has won Paramore Grammys, critical praise, and an army of dedicated fans. Nearly a decade after the band’s breakout album, Paramore tickets and Paramore albums are still among the music industry’s hottest sellers in the United States, the United Kingdom, and beyond.

But Paramore’s success hasn’t come easily. The band has been working hard to please fans since the early 2000s, and they’ve soldiered on through lineup changes and a dramatic rise in their commercial and critical fortunes. From their days as an obscure emo-pop act to their current position as one of mainstream rock’s most respected and critically acclaimed bands, the members of Paramore have never stopped putting their music first.

The story of Paramore is, primarily, the story of Hayley Williams. Williams was raised in Mississippi, but her love of music and her clear talent for singing led her to pursue a music career. That meant moving to Nashville, Tennessee, which she did at just 13 years old. Nashville is better known for its country music scene than for its alternative rock acts, but Williams was destined to find a unique kind of stardom there – and she was destined to find it quickly.

At a supplemental program for homeschooled students, Williams ran into two brothers who would later become founding members of Paramore. Like Williams herself, Josh and Zac Farro were both musically talented: Josh played guitar, and his brother Zac played drums. Along with the Farro brothers and bassist Jeremy Davis, Williams founded Paramore. They soon added Jason Bynum, one of Williams’ neighbors, on rhythm guitar. Though the lineup of Paramore would change several times in the coming years, the spirit of the group would remain the same.

The founding members of the group were extraordinarily young. Most were teenagers, and some were as young as 12. But despite their youth, all of them were serious about their music – especially Williams, who was willing to risk everything to make the kind of music she wanted to. Williams had already been signed to a record deal with Atlantic Records in 2003, but she resisted their efforts to turn her into a pop star and instead insisted on making alternative rock music.

Williams won the argument with her label, and Paramore got their shot at stardom. Paramore’s debut album, All We Know Is Falling (2005), was released on the imprint Fueled By Ramen and distributed by Atlantic Records. All We Know Is Falling’s songs focused on the sense of loss the band felt when bassist Jeremy Davis left the group shortly before work on the album began – the first of several lineup changes that would follow in the coming years.

After All We Know Is Falling, the band toured with new bassist John Hembree before welcoming Davis back five months later. Stints with Warped Tour and shows in smaller venues helped expose new fans to the group, giving many people around the country their first chance to buy Paramore tickets. Paramore was starting to draw attention from alternative rock fans, critics, and publications. The growing buzz set the stage for their breakout album.

In 2007, the group headed back to the studio to record their second album. That record, Riot! (2007), turned out to be a huge album for the band. With their signature style still intact, the group let their power pop and pop punk influences be heard loud and clear. Those catchy styles gave Paramore a massive crossover success. Riot! went platinum in both the United States and the United Kingdom, and it went gold in countries as far away as Australia and New Zealand.

The group took off to tour once again, and added rhythm guitarist Taylor York – who would later take over backup vocal and lead guitar work with the band. The band played bigger venues than ever, and 2007 and 2008 proved to be huge years for the group: they were nominated for a Grammy, graced the covers of multiple alternative rock magazines, and reached a new level of commercial success.

After releasing two live albums (2008’s Live in the UK 2008 and 2009’s The Final Riot!), Paramore returned to the studio to record Brand New Eyes (2009). After their success with Riot!, the pressure was on for the band. They delivered: Brand New Eyes was a critical and commercial success. The band earned their first Grammy, won high praise from critics, and reached the number two spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

But the next year brought a major challenge for the band. Two of the group’s most important founding members, Josh and Zac Farro, quit over disagreements with Williams. But the band soldiered on, releasing Singles Club, a box set with new material, shortly after the departure of the Farro brothers. The self-titled Paramore (2013) followed, with a cover that defiantly featured the remaining three members of the band, sans-Farro brothers.

Paramore was the group’s best-reviewed album yet, and it reached the very top of the Billboard 200 albums charts. Despite the departure of two founding members, the band remained at the top of its game. In 2015, Paramore lost another member: Jeremy Davis, whose first departure had helped inspire the band’s debut album, left for good. Unlike the Farro brothers, Davis left on good terms with the band.

Today, Paramore consists of guitarist Taylor York and, of course, Hayley Williams, whose vision still steers the band. Paramore has firmly established itself as one of alternative rock's most consistent and respected groups: for album after album, they’ve produced critically acclaimed material and please fans all over the world. Paramore tickets and Paramore albums are hot sellers nearly everywhere in the English-speaking world, and the band shows no signs of slowing down. Williams’ distinctive voice and songwriting style will remain on display on stage and in future albums from Paramore.

Top 3 Paramore Tracks:

I Caught Myself
Hello Cold World

Paramore Albums

All We Know Is Falling
  • All We Know
  • Pressure
  • Emergency (lyrics: Williams, Farro)
  • Brighter (lyrics: Williams, Farro)
  • Here We Go Again
  • Never Let This Go
  • Whoa (lyrics: Williams, Farro)
  • Conspiracy (music: Williams, Farro, Taylor York)
  • Franklin
  • My Heart (lyrics: Williams, Farro)
  • For a Pessimist, I'm Pretty Optimistic
  • That's What You Get (Williams, Farro, Taylor York)
  • Hallelujah
  • Misery Business
  • When It Rains (Williams, Farro, Zac Farro)
  • Let the Flames Begin
  • Miracle
  • Crushcrushcrush
  • We Are Broken (Williams, Farro, David Bendeth)
  • Fences (Williams, Farro, David Bendeth)
  • Born for This
Brand New Eyes
  • Careful
  • Ignorance
  • Playing God (Williams, Farro, Taylor York)
  • Brick by Boring Brick
  • Turn It Off
  • The Only Exception
  • Feeling Sorry (Williams, Farro, York)
  • Looking Up
  • Where the Lines Overlap
  • Misguided Ghosts (Williams, Farro, York)
  • All I Wanted (Williams, York)
  • 40:18
  • Fast in My Car
  • Now
  • Grow Up
  • Daydreaming
  • Interlude: Moving On
  • Ain't It Fun
  • Part II
  • Last Hope
  • Still Into You
  • Anklebiters
  • Interlude: Holiday
  • Proof
  • Hate to See Your Heart Break
  • (One of Those) Crazy Girls
  • Interlude: I'm Not Angry Anymore
  • Be Alone
  • Future
  • 63:48

Paramore Members

  • Hayley Williams
  • Taylor York
  • Jeremy Davis

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Paramore Ticket Prices


Low: $35.00

High: $10,147.00

Cheap Paramore Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$6.00 Paramore — 05/09/2015
Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, CT
$7.00 Paramore — 05/05/2015
Wang Theatre at Boston; Boston, MA
$10.00 Paramore — 05/17/2015
Grand Ole Opry House; Nashville, TN
$13.00 Paramore — 05/11/2015
Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; Baltimore, MD
$13.00 Paramore — 05/03/2015
Rosemont Theatre; Rosemont, IL
$17.00 Paramore — 05/14/2015
Saenger Theatre New Orleans; New Orleans, LA
$27.00 Paramore — 04/30/2015
Washington Mutual Stage - Sunfest; West Palm Beach, FL
$30.00 Paramore — 05/06/2015
Beacon Theatre; New York, NY
$34.00 Paramore — 04/27/2015
Bell Auditorium; Augusta, GA
$35.00 Paramore — 09/13/2017
Theater at MGM National Harbor; Oxon Hill, MD

Best and Most Expensive Paramore Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$10,147.00Paramore — 10/07/2017
Boston Opera House; Boston, MA
$261.00Paramore — 08/12/2017
MetraPark Rimrock Auto Arena; Billings, MT
$203.00Paramore — 09/26/2017
Greek Theatre; Los Angeles, CA
$195.00Sunfest Music Festival - 5 Day Pass — 04/29/2015
Washington Mutual Stage - Sunfest; West Palm Beach, FL
$193.00Paramore — 10/13/2017
Massey Hall; Toronto, ON
$153.00Paramore — 09/24/2017
Paramount Theatre-Oakland; Oakland, CA
$122.00Paramore — 05/20/2015
Abraham Chavez Theatre; El Paso, TX
$114.00Paramore — 10/15/2017
Akron Civic Theatre; Akron, OH
$102.00Sunfest Music Festival — 04/30/2015
Washington Mutual Stage - Sunfest; West Palm Beach, FL
$100.00Paramore — 10/12/2017
St Denis Theatre; Montreal, PQ