Howie Day Schedule
Pop sensation Howie Day has proven that dedication and hard work pay off. In 2000, he cut and
issued his own inaugural album, Australia, which was a dicey move for the teenager, but Howie Day soldiered on and got his
music out there. Ultimately, it paid off. With his tireless touring at mainly universities and colleges, Howie Day found that
his fan base was bulging with every performance. Promising opening gigs got his name out and fans resonated with his raw energy
on stage and his authentic use of foot pedals and samplers. Since those early days, Howie Day scored his major record deal
and has been churning out awesome music ever since.
Now he is back on tour to the thrill of his fans globally. And,
he may be headed to a venue near you. Howie Day can be seen at venues like The Social at Revel Beach in Atlantic City, New
Jersey; The Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey; Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield,
Connecticut; and more! Keep tabs on all of Howie Day's upcoming concerts and sign up for StubHub's event updates. It's fast,
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Howie Day Background
Howie Day learned how to play the piano at a very young age.
His passion for music eventually evolved into picking up the guitar at the age of 14. By the time he was 15, he booked his
first live gig at Captain Nick's. Two years later, Day committed to a full-time tour schedule.
Day credits musicians
like Dave Matthews and Jeff Buckley as his inspirations. He continued to be grounded in producing pop, acoustic music. His
reputation was further bolstered by being able to support artists like Remy Zero, David Gray, the Wallflowers and Shawn Mullins.
By 2000, Day had secured enough original works to put together an LP, Australia, which he funded himself. Eventually, the
album wound up in the clutches of Sony Music. He inked a deal with Sony and re-issued Australia in the early summer of 2002.
"Ghost" managed to crack contemporary rock radio and the publicity only boosted Day's presence on college campuses. In the
spring of 2003, The Madrigals EP arrived, highlighting live material and demos while acting as a teaser for his official Sony
premiere. Stop All the World Now came out in the fall with "Collide" yielding a spot on the Top 40. To support the album,
Day toured until 2005.
Day struggled with a few legal entanglements, which led to him taking a break from the road,
but he still released Live From... EP before the year ended. Day made his comeback with Sound the Alarm (2009).
Howie Day's discography is comprised of: Australia (2002); Stop All the World Now (2003); Live From... (2005);
and Sound the Alarm (2009).
Howie Day Trivia
Howie Day has joined forces with many producers and musicians,
including Mike Flynn (The Fray, Augustana); Kevin Griffin (frontman for Better Than Ezra); Mike Denneen (Aimee Mann, Fountains
of Wayne); and more!
Howie Day Concert Experience
Although so many of his songs are available from websites,
it's just not the same as going to a Howie Day live show. The master of innovative lyrics is much better appreciated in the
live venue. Howie Day is forever giving his fans all he has to give with his soulful song, "Collide."
simply remarkable about taking in a live show that keeps people coming back for more whenever one of their favorite artists
comes to town. When you see a pop phenom like Howie Day hit the stage in the same building that you're in, there's an immediate
connection that occurs that you can't mirror anywhere else. Get out to see one of these extraordinary shows live and in person
so you can experience music the way it's supposed to be experienced. Nothing compares to seeing it done live, so make sure
to check out Howie Day's current tour and prepare for a memorable time.
People have been coming together to enjoy live
music for an infinite number of years. If you think about it, live music is the true foundation of music itself, and really
the art's purest and simplest form. It can be an epic experience to see an artist in a huge amphitheater with thousands upon
thousands of screaming fans surrounding you, or it can be an intimate experience in a smaller venue in which you can really
connect with everyone around you. Either way, seeing a concert live and in person always amounts to more than just listening
to music. When you head out to see a creative artist hit the stage at a venue near you, you're sure to embrace the entire
experience of seeing a musical act that you know and love while surrounded by fellow adoring fans who have at least that one
thing in common. And often times, when it comes to music, that one thing is enough to connect people.