TINLEY PARK — Pink's Saturday night spectacle in front of a sold-out audience at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre was nothing short of scintillating.
She arrived on the stage to "Get the Party Started" and continued to excite the crowd with a strong set list of P!NK favorites and extraordinary covers, like Janice Joplin’s version of "Me and Bobby McGee" and newly inducted Rock Hall of Famer Joan Baez's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You."
Born Alecia Beth Moore, singer/songwriter/dancer/actress Pink continues to transform the industry and reinvent herself and garner accolades, which include three Grammys, seven MTV Video Awards, Billboards Pop Artist of the Decade and 2013's Woman of the Year.
Pink has sold more than 70 million singles, 47 million albums and over 2.4 million DVDs worldwide, according to Nielsen Ratings. Her latest album, "Beautiful Trauma," is scheduled to drop Oct. 13, and the latest single, "What About Us," has been well received.
Pink's Saturday performance kept fans on their feet with dynamos like "Just Like a Pill," "Funhouse/Just a Girl," "F**kin' Perfect," "Just Like Fire," "Try" and "Raise a Glass" before she soared through the air and mesmerized the crowd during her finale of "So What."
Pink has remained relevant since breaking onto the scene officially in 2001 with the "Moulin Rouge" hit "Lady Marmalade," which stayed on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks.