her second album, "M!ssundaztood".
Her "Get the Party Started"
and "Just like a Pill" started her distinctive rock
sound. Originally booked at the WAMU Theater, the demand was so
high they moved it to the larger venue Seattle's Key Arena. I of
course got tickets right away at the WAMU Theater which admitted
us to floor seats at the Key!!!
I lined up an hour before the
doors opened and as soon as they did, I knew exactly the layout
and where to go!! Front Center Stage Baby!!! I heard
people behind us say they were in line early in the morning...
And that's where we stood for the next 5 hours.....
No Camera --- Yeah right! ;))
The Ting Tings
opened up the evening. They're an English rock duo of
Jules De Martino (drums, lead guitar, vocals, piano) and
Katie White (vocals, guitar, bass drums and bass guitar).
These two produced amazing high energy... Warm up
they did... and so were we! They asked just one thing
and that was to dance, I was soaked! From
the great beats of
Great DJ and
Shut Up and Let Me Go,
The Ting Tings brought down the house with their hits
We Walk and
That's Not My
Name. Their performance was energetic and Katie is part of this
great new wave of British rock 'n roll women! Fun warm up!
Go to P!NK pictures
It was amazing how much sound and rhythm the
two could produce!
and the drums, the drums, the drums...
"They call me is Stacy, They call me her, They call me Jane,
That's not my name... "
Pink sustained a shoulder separation in practice after the VMA
awards show but still made a grand entrance into the air after
her rendition of AC//DC's "Highway to Hell" was
shown on video. Bad Influence & Just Like A Pill
started the concert off....
Pink's second set included
Who Knew, It's
All Your Fault, Don't
Let Me Get Me & I
Touch Myself (Divinyls
It was a extraordinary sensory
experience!! Our spots in front of the stage were also great!!
Into the Black Lace for Please
Don't Leave Me, U
+ Ur Hand,
Me Alone (I'm Lonely), So
What & Family
Me + my hand!!
Ray met this dancer after the show!!
Ray in front of the stage!
Acoustic sets I
Don't Believe You, Dear Mr. President &
Dear Mr. President
incredible performance on the 2009 VMA's
Unable to perform on the trapeze because of her injury, P!NK had
another performer do her stunts...
P!NK's next set included the Queen cover Bohemian
Rhapsody and a Gnarls Barkley cover of Crazy.
The Funhouse clowns were inflated and
the party stepped up a notch!!!
| P!NK went right into her encores.... Get
the Party Started and then the finale
Glitter In The Air where she was one
again hoisted over the audience while singing her heart out.....
It was an unforgettable special performance!!