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Broadway Does Paramore

“Broadway Does Paramore” is going on tonight at The Green Room 42 in New York:

Marissa O’Donnell (SHREK the Musical) brings you “Broadway Does Paramore,” an awesome night of energetic, alternative angst! Sing along with some of Broadway’s hottest pop/rock voices. From the hardcore emo-pop fan favorite “Misery Business” to the heart wrenching “The Only Exception,” you’re in for a night to remember with “Broadway Rocks Paramore” at The Green Room 42! Join us for a bad-ass night jamming to other favorites “That’s What You Get,” “crushcrushcrush” and “Still Into You.”

Performers include Danny Quadrino (Wicked, Newsies), Brynn Williams (SpongeBob SquarePants, 13 the Musical), Katie Ladner (Sunset Boulevard, Heathers), Anthony Lee Medina and Sean Green, Jr. (Hamilton) and many more!

Tickets are still available.

Zac Farro Talks with Noisey

Zac Farro of Paramore and HalfNoise sat down with Noisey:

I want everything to be romantic. I romanticise everything. Look at my favourite movies. I think it’s almost a problem. That’s why I feel like I was born in the wrong time. With modern dating, you’re just texting all day, like ‘oh I just did this or did that’. There’s no magic in it anymore. I know I keep saying it, but that’s all I look for. That’s why I love playing with HALFNOISE. I love Paramore too, I’m so thankful to be best friends again with them. But with this little band, we’re all staying at this Airbnb, bumping into each other, playing together, there’s no tour manager. There’s magic left in it.

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Paramore Reflect in Australia

Paramore sat down with MusicFeeds:

There are nights where I think it’s harder or we’ll be playing and I’ll sing a line that I haven’t thought about in a while and it’ll hit me differently. But I think that’s good. I mean, I’m only speaking for myself here but I think that’s healthy. You sort of have to sort of look in the mirror every now and then and really reflect on what it is you said about your life and the difference in maybe how you feel now. And in a lot of ways, I think it’s been healing for all of us to get out and play these songs for people.