Alecia Beth Moore, AKA Pink, is an American singer and songwriter born on September 8, 1979. Pink’s success is both admirable and inspirational. She’s a three-time Grammy winner, a Hollywood Hall of Fame Inductee, and an excellent musician. Pink’s career dates to 1995, and today she’s one of the most successful singers in the music industry. Known for her raspy voice and daring performances, Pink has taken the world by storm. So, join us in celebrating her special day today!
Alecia Beth Moore
September 8, 1979
Alecia Beth Moore, AKA Pink, is a singer with immense talent. This talent alongside her acrobatic performances and honest personality has created a niche of dedicated fans for her. Moore was born on September 8, 1979, to Judith Moore and James Moore. Her mother was an E.R. nurse, while her father was an insurance salesman. Her birthplace is Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and she’s a Virgo and an Irish-German-Lithuanian-Jew. Moore’s parents got a divorce when she turned 10, and she attended Central Bucks High School West, where she joined her first band. By 14 years, Moore began performing in Philadelphia clubs. This is where she adopted the stage name Pink.
In 1995, Pink formed the R&B band Choice, with two teenage girls, Sharon Flanagan and Chrissy Conway. The group signed a record deal at LaFace Records, Atlanta. Shortly after this, the record executive, L.A. Reid, offered Pink a solo contract which she took. The group disbanded shortly after. As a solo artist, Pink released her debut single, ‘There You Go,’ in February 2000. The single became a Billboard Hot 100 top-ten hit. She released her debut album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” in April of the same year, and it became double platinum R.I.A.A. certified. The album was a success, and she won the 2000 Billboard Music Awards for Female New Artist of the Year because of it. In 2001, Pink alongside musicians like Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil Kim, performed a cover for “Moulin Rouge.” With this song, She won her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in 2002.
Pink released several more records, including her second studio album “Missundaztood” in 2001. The album sold 13 million copies worldwide, becoming her bestselling album. In 2013, she signed with R.C.A. Records and performed at the Grammys the following year. Pink has released eight studio albums from 2000 to 2019. Her most recent release is 2021’s ‘Cover Me in Sunshine,’ which she sang with her daughter, Willow Sage Hart. The singer-songwriter has had a very successful career. She has won 131 awards, which include seven Billboard Music Awards, seven M.T.V. Video Music Awards, three Grammys, and over a hundred more. Pink shares her incredible feats with her beautiful family of four. She is married to Carey Hart, a Motocross racer, and they have two adorable children.
After signing a solo record deal with LaFace Records, Pink releases her debut single, ‘There You Go.’
Pink wins the Billboard Music Award for Female New Artist of the Year.
Pink performs at the 56th Grammy Awards.
Pink gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Why We Love Pink
She’s crazy talented
Pink’s talent is everything. She sings with such passion and perfects every performance. She is a state who breaks the socially accepted construct of femininity every time she shows up.
She is a philanthropist
Pink has donated to multiple charities and organizations since the beginning of her career. She has given to the Temple University Hospital Fund in Philadelphia and is a UNICEF ambassador.
She’s a great mother
Pink is in awe of her kids. She adores them and takes care of them in the best possible way.
5 Surprising Facts
She had asthma as a child
Moore was diagnosed with asthma as a child.
She proposed to her husband
Pink took the bull by the horns and proposed to Hart in 2005 with a pit board sign that read “Will You Marry Me? I’m Serious!”
She’s a movie star
Pink has made various television and film appearances, including in “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Happy Feet Two,” “Thanks for Sharing,” and many more.
She was a gymnast
Between ages four and 12, Pink trained as a competitive gymnast.
She was influenced by Madonna
Pink cites Madonna and Janis Joplin as her most significant musical influences.
How much does Pink make per concert?
According to “Forbes,” Pink makes an average of $3 million per stop.
What is Pink’s son’s name?
Pink’s son is named Jameson Moon Hart.
What made Pink choose her stage name?
Moore chose the alias Pink after watching the film “Reservoir Dogs.”
Pink’s birthday dates