We are taking a look back for #flashbackfriday and digging through all the old pictures. We found pictures from Karmin’s video set, The Wanted’s last performance here at The Paramount, Mr. Lauryn Hill back in the day, Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas, and where Emblem 3 first began.
Karmin’s Amy Heidmann was getting styled for their “Brokenhearted” video shoot back in 2012. Karmin has had numerous hits such as “Acapella,” and “Hello” as well as making live appearances on television shows and concerts. This past April they released their latest studio album Pulses and Long Island will be able to experience Karmin in an intimate setting like never before.
We are bringing it back to 2012 at The Paramount when The Wanted performed. Two years later they are back and ready to rock the stage for one last time. Yesterday the band announced that they will break up after their tour and go onto do separate projects. Tickets for the wanted are still available hurry up and get your tickets before they sell out.
Ms. Lauryn Hill was in the Fugees back in the day and they are best known for their song “Killing Me Softly.” After the group broke up in 1997, Ms. Hill went on to record a solo album featuring artists like Mary J. Blige and John Legend. Next week she will be performing live for one night only tickets for her show are still on sale now.
Matchbox Twenty won a People’s Choice Award back in 2004 and lead vocalist, Rob Thomas, was there to except the award. Matchbox Twenty is best known for their hits such as “3am,” “She’s so Mean,” and “Unwell.” On May 5th Rob Thomas will be performing a sold out concert right here in downtown Huntington.
This last picture is of the newest boy band Emblem 3 when they were first discovered on X-Factor. The Judged fell in love with the three boys and now they have been selling out arenas around the world including The Paramount. On February 26th girls will line up along New York Ave just to get close enough to the stage to be an arm’s length away.