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One of the most successful acts to emerge from the 2000s' "emo" scene, Fall Out Boy began with hardcore punk. The Illinois quartet then added funk and blues while singer Patrick Stump learned to wail like an arena-rocker. The Boy took a break from 2009 to 2012, but its 2013 album, "Save Rock and Roll," proved that it still has inspiration, not to mention an audience. Joining the band for this tour is Nashville trio Paramore, another of emo's major breakouts. The group (expanded to a sextet onstage) is fronted by orange-haired Hayley Williams, whose vocal style is more pop than punk. Like Fall Out Boy, Paramore is still riding the wave of its 2013 album; the self-titled release topped the charts in the United States and a half-dozen other countries.