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They have been named as Radio Disney's "Next Big Thing" in 2017. In 2018, they were nominated for MTV’s Push Artist of the Year. They have hit #1 on iTunes, been covered by Billboard, Rolling Stone, Forbes, TIME, Teen Vogue, Seventeen, and more, headlined a sold-out tour, performed at Madison Square Garden, and played alongside artists such as Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, The Chainsmokers, Logic, and Zedd at Jingle Balls in eleven major cities. Their fans are named Limelights.

Since its arrival in October, “Love Back” has amassed over 10 million streams for rising pop stars Why Don’t We. To create the track, the boy band enlisted a few outside songwriters: James Abrahart, Jeremy Dussolliet, and producers Jackson Foote and Johnny Simpson. Why Don’t We member Daniel Seavey also earns a writing credit. This marks a change of pace for Why Don’t We, who wrote and produced their 2021 sophomore album, The Good Times and The Bad Ones, themselves. (Source: genius.com)

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Since its arrival in October, “Love Back” has amassed over 10 million streams for rising pop stars Why Don’t We. To create the track, the boy band enlisted a few outside songwriters: James Abrahart, Jeremy Dussolliet, and producers Jackson Foote and Johnny Simpson. Why Don’t We member Daniel Seavey also earns a writing credit. This marks a change of pace for Why Don’t We, who wrote and produced their 2021 sophomore album, The Good Times and The Bad Ones, themselves.

The Los Angeles quintet-Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron- went back to basics for their sophomore album, flatlining all social media and picking up their instruments to personally write, record, and produce the music themselves. Led by the band's inaugural Billboard Hot 100 charting single "Fallin' (Adrenaline)," The Good Times and The Bad Ones earned their highest debut on the Billboard 200 at #3 and their first #1 album on the album sales chart. (Source: www.broadwayworld.com)

 

 

 

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