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Paramore live at The O2

  • Paramore played two nights at The O2, London on November 13 and 15. The following photos are taken from the second night, which singer Hayley Williams proclaimed to be “one of the best nights of our band’s entire career”.

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  • Support came from Georgia rapper B.o.B. Hayley Williams joined him onstage to duet on their hit single 'Airplanes'.

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  • Paramore guitarist Taylor York rocks out at the sold-out O2 show. He's a relatively recent recruit: he began playing rhythm guitar live for Paramore after the departure of Hunter Lamb.

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  • From humble beginning in Franklin, Tennessee, Paramore are now one of the world's biggest pop-punk bands, having sold over 7 million albums and singles worldwide.

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  • Bass player Jeremy Davis. With a stance like that, it's no wonder his jeans are giving out.

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  • Paramore have now been touring in support of their third album 'Brand New Eyes' for over a year. The album was originally released in September 2009.

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  • 20,000 fans pack out The O2 for the second of Paramore's two-night stand. Both dates sold out.

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  • Hayley Williams. In an early personal statement online she wrote: "This is what I've learned, in my life: headbanging is crucial. Growing up is hard to do. There's nothing wrong with wearing a dress."

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  • Paramore live in London. The band are Christians, but don't like to bang on about it. Guitarist Josh Farro once told the BBC: "Our faith is very important to us. But we're not out here to preach to kids, we're out here because we love music."

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  • Paramore at The O2. The band opened with 'Innocence' and closed with 'Brick By Boring Brick' followed by 'Misery Business'.

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    Added: 16 Nov 2010