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Why Don’t We Livestream (pop) tix. req.
July 11 @ 1:00 pm
What do you do after three years in front of sold out major venues worldwide, billions of streams, platinum and gold plaques, and millions of messages and comments from an adoring audience?
If you’re Why Don’t We, you go right back to basics…
The Los Angeles band—Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron—flatlined all social media, picked up their instruments, and personally wrote, recorded, and co-produced their next chapter themselves. Powering up pop with D.I.Y. energy, the guys kickstarted their evolution through a combination of deft musicality and bold experimentation. “Writing and co-producing our own music has been one of the most rewarding experiences for us,” explains Corbyn. “In the past four years we’ve become confident enough to reinvent ourselves, becoming the band we always hoped to be.” “It was time to do this ourselves,” agrees Daniel. “I’m happy we got to release our own vision. These are our ideas, melodies, and thoughts. When the fans listen, they’ll know it really comes from us.” A tireless grind brought them to this point. Since emerging in 2016, Why Don’t We rocketed to the forefront of popular music and culture on their own terms. They achieved unprecedented success highlighted by upwards of 3 billion global streams, 670 million YouTube views, two RIAA Platinum-certified singles, four RIAA Gold-certified singles, a Top 10 bow on the Billboard Top 200 for their full-length debut 8 Letters, and a social media imprint of over 5 million followers. Beyond selling out shows on multiple continents, they’ve graced historic stages, including Radio City Music Hall and many more. While on the road, the group turned their attention to the future. The musicians wrote backstage, on tour buses, and in hotel rooms.
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