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Pink is spending the year on the Truth About Love tour. The tour is running from just around Valentine’s Day until just about Christmas 2013. Overall, Pink tickets will be available for almost 140 shows in three continents. Currently, the singer is on her way through multi-night appearances at major arenas in Australia. This is the third leg of Truth About Love. For her fourth and final leg, she is returning to the United States and Canada for an impressive schedule that has playing concert dates at a breakneck speed.

All this is in support of the album of the same name. The Truth About Love has been her first album in four years. It is inspired by her troubles with her husband (reconciled) Carey Hart. This means there are plenty of emotional highs and lows. Pink does not hold back, putting everything into her lyrics, struggling with a desire to finally end the relationship and to try and make it work. Thus, the release of the multi-platinum hit songs “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”, “Try”, and “Just Give Me a Reason”.

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Pink’s parent did not have the audacity to name their little girl after the color. Instead Alecia Moore became the performer known as Pink. This meant she would fight for the spotlight in Philadelphia, struggle to define herself as an artist in the R&B genre, and finally found herself and incredible fame as a pop star. Pink tickets have followed suit, making her tours as news worthy as her albums or her award-winning music.

The journey as an artist began with Alecia as a restless teenager. She tried every scene, at times embracing skateboarding and the next moment holding hip hop close to her heart. At the time, in the late 1990s, it appeared girl groups would follow the example of the boys. it turns out they did not, but LaFace Records, the label that signed her to be a part of one of those ill-fated girl groups, still believed she could be a star. The result was Can’t Take Me Home. The album was a huge hit, as were the singles “There You Go” and “Most Girls”, but they were not her.

She found herself post Moulin Rouge! and “Lady Marmalade” , beginning with Missundaztood. The album proved an even bigger hit and it yielded the hits “Get the Party Started”, “Don’t Let Me Get Me”, and “Just Like a Pill”. Next came the hits Try This, I’m Not Dead, and Funhouse. It was hit after hit, with “Who Knew”, “”U and Ur Hand”, “So What”, and “Sober”.

All the while, she struggled with an on-again, off-again relationship with motocross racer Corey Hart. The relationship led to marriage, a separation, and a child. It also led to reconciliation and the development of Pink as a true artist and not just a pop star. Now she is respected by her peers and the critics and she is still held in high regard by her fans in the pop universe. This is a rarity in the world of music.