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The Truth About Love is now 9× Platinum in Australia while Greatest Hits... So Far!!! is 8× Platinum. This brings her albums to a total of 48× Platinum which is the second highest among females in ARIA history behind Madonna who is at 52× Platinum

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P!nk just officially announced the upcoming Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which is set to kick off on 1 March 2018 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona (previously known as US Airways Center).

The tour will visit 50 arenas across North America, with international dates set to be announced soon:

March 1 — Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Arena

March 3 — Wichita, KS. @ INTRUST Bank Arena

March 5 — Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center

March 6 — Lincoln, NB. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena

March 9 — Chicago, IL @ United Center

March 12 — St. Paul, MN. @ Xcel Energy Center

March 14 — St. Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center

March 15 — Kansas City, MO. @ Sprint Center

March 17 — Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse

March 18 — Grand Rapids, MI. @ Van Andel Arena

March 20 — Toronto @ Air Canada Centre

March 23 — Montreal @ Bell Centre

March 25 — Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

March 27 — Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center

March 28 — Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena

April 4 — New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden

April 7 — Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena

April 9 — Boston, MA @ TD Garden

April 13 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center

April 16 — Washington, D.C. @ Captial One Arena

April 19 — Charlottesville, VA @ John Paul Jones Arena

April 21 — Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena

April 24 — Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

April 25 — Fort Lauderdale, FL @ BB&T Center

April 28 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

May 1 — Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

May 8 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center

May 9 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena

May 12 — Vancouver @ Rogers Arena

May 13 — Seattle, WA @ KeyArena

May 15 — Portland, OR @ Moda Center

May 18 — Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena

May 22 — Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center

May 23 — Ontario @ Citizens Business Bank Arena

May 25 — Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center

May 26 — Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena

May 28 — San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center

May 31 — Los Angeles, CA @ STAPLES Center

June 2 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum

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I dont like the new song. but it does feel like a hit. i hear it everywhere

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3 hours ago, Hector said:

 

She is completely right though. She has managed to outlast them both and still be a footnote when it comes to pop culture.

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I’ve always loved P!nk more than Britney (whom I believe was way overrated, especially in terms of singing voice) 

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I didn't know anyone rated Brintey highly as a vocalist.

She became popular because she had the looks, charisma, catchy songs and fun videos.

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3 hours ago, Je5u5 said:

She is completely right though. She has managed to outlast them both and still be a footnote when it comes to pop culture.

she never made it as big as Britney and Xtina once did. Jaded much?

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I don't think she's bitter or jaded at all. Hell, her career is long and steady compared to those two...esp. right now. 

She is right.

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http://thesource.com/2017/10/06/pnk-vs-ageism-music-beyonce-gets-spins-age-35/

P!NK VS AGEISM IN MUSIC: ONLY BEYONCE GETS SPINS OVER AGE 35

OCTOBER 6, 2017

Words by Nick Slay

In a recent interview with the New York Times, P!nk gave her candid opinion on how women are treated in the music industry. Quoting the what the label told her, “I had the whole sit-down, you know: ‘Just be prepared they don’t play girls over 35 on Top 40 radio.’” She went on to say, “ There are exceptions, but they’re songs, not artists…Unless you’re Beyoncé.

On the heels of her Beautiful Trauma World Tour and the release of her new album of the same name, P!nk took time out to serve the music industry on their treatment of women. Among the many topics she brought up: ageism and sexism were at the forefront.  For good measure, she also took a jab at Dr. Luke and his very public battle with Ke$ha.  She didn’t go into great detail but with much more  than to say, “he isn’t a good person,” in describing how he did business. She also expressed never wanting to work with him again.

P!nk always the first be very vocal with what’s on her mind, she describes what its like to become a so-called aging popstar.  Describing the struggles to get the comparable airplay younger female artists do, despite her success in the charts and her world tours. Madonna had a similar controversy with BBC’s Radio 1 in England who refused to play her record despite local success. Madonna who was 56 at the time, put the radio station on blast for ageism for snubbing her, ‘Living for Love’ single.

P!nk who has always been the black sheep of pop royalty, talks about never being mentioned among the top pop stars of her generation and continues to go right under the wave even after winning her MTV Vanguard award. The argument is there is a bit of Darwinism in the music industry, where the youngest and newest survive. Yes that Darwin, the evolution guy.

The question is: Are younger fans thriving that much more for who’s new and trending on Am/FM and digital radio? Or is it the sinister ‘Boy’s Club’ deciding which women get to stay relevant? Fans may come out to tours and give standing ovations during live performances, but is the listening support really there. Queen Bey is one of the reigning queens of media, with the absence of her attendance/performance being what makes or breaks a TV award show. She also has a powerhouse social media fan base that requests her music as well as drags her enemies on, ‘Black Twitter’. Is Beyonce the template who female pop stars should aspire to be? Or is it time for the music industry to smash the symbolic glass ceiling that decides the life span of the female pop artist.

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I am loving the song. Who cares if it's similar to her other music? It's a good song, good melody, good lyrics, what I expect of Pink. Now give me the album. :inlove: 

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On 6/10/2017 at 9:06 PM, Hector said:

http://thesource.com/2017/10/06/pnk-vs-ageism-music-beyonce-gets-spins-age-35/

P!NK VS AGEISM IN MUSIC: ONLY BEYONCE GETS SPINS OVER AGE 35

OCTOBER 6, 2017

Words by Nick Slay

In a recent interview with the New York Times, P!nk gave her candid opinion on how women are treated in the music industry. Quoting the what the label told her, “I had the whole sit-down, you know: ‘Just be prepared they don’t play girls over 35 on Top 40 radio.’” She went on to say, “ There are exceptions, but they’re songs, not artists…Unless you’re Beyoncé.

On the heels of her Beautiful Trauma World Tour and the release of her new album of the same name, P!nk took time out to serve the music industry on their treatment of women. Among the many topics she brought up: ageism and sexism were at the forefront.  For good measure, she also took a jab at Dr. Luke and his very public battle with Ke$ha.  She didn’t go into great detail but with much more  than to say, “he isn’t a good person,” in describing how he did business. She also expressed never wanting to work with him again.

P!nk always the first be very vocal with what’s on her mind, she describes what its like to become a so-called aging popstar.  Describing the struggles to get the comparable airplay younger female artists do, despite her success in the charts and her world tours. Madonna had a similar controversy with BBC’s Radio 1 in England who refused to play her record despite local success. Madonna who was 56 at the time, put the radio station on blast for ageism for snubbing her, ‘Living for Love’ single.

P!nk who has always been the black sheep of pop royalty, talks about never being mentioned among the top pop stars of her generation and continues to go right under the wave even after winning her MTV Vanguard award. The argument is there is a bit of Darwinism in the music industry, where the youngest and newest survive. Yes that Darwin, the evolution guy.

The question is: Are younger fans thriving that much more for who’s new and trending on Am/FM and digital radio? Or is it the sinister ‘Boy’s Club’ deciding which women get to stay relevant? Fans may come out to tours and give standing ovations during live performances, but is the listening support really there. Queen Bey is one of the reigning queens of media, with the absence of her attendance/performance being what makes or breaks a TV award show. She also has a powerhouse social media fan base that requests her music as well as drags her enemies on, ‘Black Twitter’. Is Beyonce the template who female pop stars should aspire to be? Or is it time for the music industry to smash the symbolic glass ceiling that decides the life span of the female pop artist.

Wait till you both turn 50

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Where was her support for Madonna? Only Rita Ora said something. 

 

On 06/10/2017 at 5:58 PM, Hector said:

 

It’s because  she’s not interesting as a person? 

Successful irrelevant pop star. 

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I really liked her new song "Whatever you want"

 

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4 hours ago, Mmmmm said:

Where was her support for Madonna? Only Rita Ora said something. 

 

It’s because  she’s not interesting as a person? 

Successful irrelevant pop star. 

Pink adores Madonna and has said so in multiple interviews. She doesn’t need to worship at her alter with every interview she does. 

 

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1 hour ago, Jester said:

I really liked her new song "Whatever you want"

 

I love this. And I love the lyric video. 

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34 minutes ago, KalamazooJay said:

Pink adores Madonna and has said so in multiple interviews. She doesn’t need to worship at her alter with every interview she does. 

 

Not everyone reads interviews of hers. A tweet/IG is more out there to show ageism in Radio is wrong. 

Just not Pink, others were just silent when M blasted Radio 1 for not playing her. Only Rita spoke up for M. 

11 hours ago, LHakaLH said:

Wait till you both turn 50

Exactly.

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On 7/10/2017 at 4:06 AM, Hector said:

Unless you’re Beyoncé.

That in itself is a misconception. In the 2010s she's only had TWO singles crack the top 10 in the US Hot 100: Drunk in Love in 2013 and and Formation in 2016. 

P!nk has had SIX Top 10s in the same period. Why is she complaining?

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Yeah her comment is wrong. Pink consistently gets more support from U.S. radio programmers than Beyoncé.

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8 minutes ago, Hector said:

Yeah her comment is wrong. Pink consistently gets more support from U.S. radio programmers than Beyoncé.

exactly,

take that Oink

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