Hayley Nichole Williams (born Hayley Nichole Williams; born December 27, 1988, Meridian, Mississippi) is the vocalist of the American rock band Paramore.
At the age of 13, she moved from her hometown of Meridian with her family to Franklin, Tennessee due to problems at school. In her new school, she met her brothers Josh and Zach Farro (later a solo guitarist and drummer Paramore). Back in school, she tried to get into the funky cover band The Factory, where he played Jeremy Davis (later, Paramore bass player). Continue reading
Hayley Williams on “Ain’t It Fun” (“Isn’t that fun?”) And Paramore’s new album. Williams most significant hit on her team and why she was tired of talking about her hair.
More than a year has passed since Paramore released their famous fourth album of the same name in 2013, their own ambitious effort, similar to a big reload (their first album as a trio). It was a risk, the album did not have famous rock bands from major labels releasing four discs per album. Their album included 17 tracks, over an hour of recordings (including interlude, strings and choir). Continue reading
The Rolling Stones (English “rolling stones” or “tumbleweed”) is a British rock band formed on July 12, 1962 and for many years competed in popularity with The Beatles. The Rolling Stones, which became an important part of the British invasion, are considered one of the most influential and successful bands in rock history. The Rolling Stones, which, according to the plan of manager Andrew Meadow Oldham, were supposed to be a “rebellious” alternative to The Beatles, was already advertised as the “greatest rock and roll band in the world” during the American tour in 1969 and (according to Allmusic), managed to keep this status to this day.
The musical style of The Rolling Stones, formed under the influence of Robert Johnson, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddy and Muddy Waters, acquired individual characteristics over time; The author’s duet Jagger-Richards ultimately gained worldwide recognition. Continue reading