All I Know So Far new acoustic version from P!nk

A talented singer can sound just as amazing, if not better, during an acoustic set as they do with auto-tune on the radio. Simply put, an acoustic set can make or break an artist. Well, the only thing P!nk is breaking is the glass ceiling, people, because she sounds AMAZING!

Today, the three-time Grammy winner and international pop icon, P!NK, released an Amazon Original acoustic version of her latest single, “All I Know So Far,” available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music. To coincide with the release of the Amazon Original, Amazon Music is also releasing a stripped-down performance video of the song, shot in an empty theater that explodes with P!NK’s stunning vocals backed by just an acoustic guitar.

“I grew up singing with my Dad and his acoustic guitar. Making music this way is raw and powerful and magical. It makes my heart happy, which is why I wanted to share this acoustic version of ‘All I Know So Far’ with everyone. And it doesn’t hurt that my brother here, Justin, is one of the best live guitar players in the world,” explains P!NK.

Last month, P!NK released her documentary P!NK: All I Know So Far on Prime Video. She also released the companion project, All I Know So Far: Setlist, last month, which features live recordings from P!NK’s critically acclaimed and record-breaking 2019 Beautiful Trauma World Tour, “Cover Me In Sunshine” featuring daughter Willow, and her current single “All I Know So Far.”

P!NK was also recently featured on the cover of People Magazine and appeared on ELLEN, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TODAY, and Watch What Happens Live. At the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, she received the prestigious Icon Award and performed a stunning melody of her hits.

Recently, P!nk shared that she grew up wanting to be either a social worker or a singer. Fans of hers probably feel she is doing just as much human service work as an artist as she would have a social worker. Plus, as a pop star, she has the money to make a real difference, whereas social workers are vastly underpaid and underappreciated.

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