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It’s a location deep-seated in the storied history of Los Angeles, and tonight, lead singer Bill Kaulitz and the other members of Tokio Hotel have set out to make a historic moment of their own as they prepare to perform for the first time on the same stage where acts ranging from the Pussycat Dolls to rock royalty like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have gone before.It’s a vastly different setting than where they were just one week earlier, performing in Berlin before a crowd of nearly one million people, but as Kaulitz rounds out the group’s sound check with a rapid-fire run of their track “Girl Got a Gun,” it's apparent he’s no less eager to perform for the 250 fans who are waiting on the other side of the nightclub’s door to see one of Europe’s biggest bands. Her name is Pinky S., she is half Asian, and is finishing her training as a cemetery gardener. Eventually, he responded and they continued to write to each other online. Bill wrote thus about Pinky: “I love her so much, I treasure every minute with her. I know from Pinky that he has badmouthed me to her and acted like a brownnoser.” After Pinky had left Dennis, he received one more internet message from Bill. Now it seems Bill has lost his heart to a punk girl of the same age from Thüringen. On New Year’s Eve, Pinky broke it off with the young musician – allegedly because of Bill. says: “Pinky was a fan of Tokio Hotel and wrote Bill a letter with a photo. Bill visited her even at home.” A lively exchange of letters on the internet began between the two love rivals. Agnostic His dark eyeliner, different looks, and pop rock music. It was a German language album released under the name of band “Tokio Hotel.” The album was released on September 19, 2005 via Island Records.More than half a million copies were sold in the world. But, now Bill has incorporated some daily exercises in his schedule.
We’d done so many albums over so many years and we’d been on the road for such a long time. That muse resulted in a new electronic-laden sound for the alternative rock band, which they carefully crafted over the next five years as they began putting together their fifth studio album, .“We never really get to do these kinds of shows, so it’s definitely different,” he tells me moments later as we’re led down the club’s velvet-lined staircase to a dimly lit room beneath the stage.“But it’s going to be fun because we’re going to be so close to the people here tonight, and I always like that because [in a smaller venue like this] you get the energy you put out right back.” Though he says the band has been looking forward to performing in the famed West Hollywood nightclub for several days, he readily admits he and his identical twin brother, Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz, were in a completely different headspace a few years ago.Long before the Viper Room became known as an iconic hangout of Hollywood’s young elite as well as the site where actor River Phoenix died in 1993, 8852 Sunset Blvd.was a favorite hot spot — then a jazz club called the Melody Room — where mobsters like Bugsy Siegel and Mickey Cohen could frequently be found.
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