Lily Allen Posters

Saturday 30th of August 2014 12:08:46 AM

by King






Lily Allen Poster


Lily Allen Poster Concert Tour The Fear


Lily Allen Concert Poster  The Fear

Lily Allen Concert Poster The Fear

April 6 at the ShowBox Sodo in Seattle, Lily Allen
price $9.99




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Lily Allen¬† – Spelled with only one “L”

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Lily is quite multi-talented, in addition to being a best selling singer- songwriter she also hosts her

own BBC chat show “Lily Allen and Friends”, and is known for her fashion daring.

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It is said that her musical career was pushed to the forefront from the popularity

of her songs on MySpace while she was still unsigned to any major label.  She has

nearly a half million Myspace friends.

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~ Lily’s 1st Album – Alright, Still has sold nearly 3 million copies. The second,

It’s Not Me, It’s You – started out at #5 on the US Billbord charts and produced the massive hit “The Fear”

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Lily’s song “Everyone’s At It” has caused a bit of a stir about it’s drug references.

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For any true fan of Lily Allen , these posters are a must have.



A burst of blaring and light synthesizers were exposed to view as a single white sheet fell from stage at April 18th’s sold out Lily Allen show. The full crowd at the Theater of Living Arts in Philadelphia started to scream as Allen emerged from the bright, white light singing the lyrics of “Everyone’s At It.”.

Wearing a strapless one-piece outfit and lens-less, hot pink sunglasses courtesy of opening band, Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head, Allen commented on how uncomfortable her outfit was. The British singer commended Philadelphians on their cleverness during her ritual day-of-the show ticket giveaway. Allen was going to post clues on Twitter for her scavenger hunt, but before she even posted the clues, fans were already waiting at the planned location, Love Park, for the free tickets.

The night was full of antics and Allen’s witty remarks. Halfway through the show, Allen even held a cheesesteak eating contest, which involved two audience members Josh and Mike competing to be the first one to finish eating an infamous Philadelphia cheesesteak. The winner won, of course, a free cheesesteak, which led into Allen’s song “Not Fair.”.

Surprisingly, the audience contained a lot of middle aged men (and their cameras). Allen managed to spot three children in the audience. Maybe her explicit lyrics kept parents from letting their children out on that Saturday night. During her song “F \*\*\* You”, Allen encouraged the crowd to throw up their middle fingers as she did the same with a beer and lit cigarette in hand.

After Allen left the stage with an “I hope you’ve enjoyed the show so far,” she returned in a new outfit and sang her hit “Smile” from her debut album Alright, Still. Five cigarettes, two beers, and a stomach flashing later, Allen ended the show with Britney Spears’ “Womanizer.” This might be seen as a risk, ending your concert with another artist’s song. But whether Lily Allen ends with her song, or any one else’s song, her performance is sure to leave an impression. How many other pop stars can you name who flip off their 10-year-old fans without any complaints from the parents?

It’s almost impossible to believe that the Lily Allen of Saturday night’s Warfield show is the same Lily Allen who graced the Great American Music Hall back in’ 07. Only her sheer, “casual” encore ensemble and recurrent pleas for an indoor cigarette conjured up memories of Allen’s previous incarnation.

Playing mostly new songs off her sophomore album, It’s Not Me, It’s You, the 23-year-old Allen reveled in her revamped persona, strutting the stage with the poise of a seasoned performer. Trading in her trademark bangs and doorknocker earrings, Allen opted for a cropped ‘do and sequined hot pants, declaring San Francisco to be her first stiletto-free tour stop.

Despite the smokes, and a sip or two from what she claimed to be a watered down adult beverage, Allen hit every note with the same precision heard on her album. Keeping the between-song banter to a minimum, Allen provided insight into tracks, such as “He Wasn’t There,” which was written about her father, actor/musician/comedian, Keith Allen.

During her song “F \*\*\* You”, Allen encouraged the crowd to throw up their middle fingers as she did the same with a beer and lit cigarette in hand.

After Allen left the stage with an “I hope you’ve enjoyed the show so far,” she returned in a new outfit and sang her hit “Smile” from her debut album Alright, Still. Whether Lily Allen ends with her song, or any one else’s song, her performance is sure to leave an impression. It’s almost impossible to believe that the Lily Allen of Saturday night’s Warfield show is the same Lily Allen who graced the Great American Music Hall back in’ 07. Keeping the between-song banter to a minimum, Allen provided insight into tracks, such as “He Wasn’t There,” which was written about her father, actor/musician/comedian, Keith Allen.




Lily Allen in the recent news
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