On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2015, P!nk was on The Ellen Show

On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2015, P!nk was on The Ellen Show

In 2015, P!nk celebrated her birthday in style at the premiere show of Ellen’s 13th season.

P!nk had recently recorded the new theme song ‘Today’s The Day’ for the show.

P!nk recorded two shows with Ellen while in New York,  which included performances of Today’s The Day, Try and an interview.

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On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2014, Pink announced You + Me

On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2014, Pink announced You + Me

On the 8th September 2014, Pink and Dallas Green announced that they have come together to form folk duo You+Me. Their debut album, Roseave. will be released on 14th October 2014 by RCA Records and will be available as a digital download, CD and limited edition vinyl.

Tracklist:

  1. Capsized
  2. From a Closet in Norway (Oslo Blues)
  3. Gently
  4. Love Gone Wrong
  5. You and Me
  6. Unbeliever
  7. Second Guess
  8. Break The Cycle
  9. Open Door
  10. No Ordinary Love

You + Me released three videos on YouTube:

Live Videos:

Love Gone Wrong

No Ordinary Love

Unbeliever

Open Door

You + Me

On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2003, Trouble was released

On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2003, Trouble was released

Trouble was released as a single from Pink’s third studio album, Try This. It was written by Pink and Tim Armstrong and was moderately successful, its highest peak on the Canadian Singles Chart at #2. The single peaked at #68 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at #7 on the UK Singles Chart.

Tim Armstrong had originally written the song for his own band Rancid’s 2003 album, Indestructible however the song failed to make the final cut so when asked to work with Pink, he brought the song to her attention and it was partially re-written with her.

The music video was directed by Sophie Muller and had a western theme.

Tracklist:

UK CD single

  1. Trouble – 3:12
  2. Delirium – 3:40
  3. Free – 6:38
  4. Trouble (Video) – 3:57

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On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

On This Day in Pink History… 4th September 2000, Most Girls was released

Most Girls, released in 2000, is the second single from Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home. It peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked at number one in Australia, where it was certified platinum, number two in New Zealand and number five in the United Kingdom.

Most Girls was Pink’s highest-charting hit in the United States as a solo artist at the time. Her 2001 single Get the Party Started subsequently equalled the #4 peak of Most Girls and the two songs were her joint highest-charting singles until her 2008 single So What peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pink has had one further #1 as a solo artist – Raise Your Glass – and two other #1s in collaboration with other artists – Lady Marmalade and Just Give Me a Reason.

Wikipedia

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