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Canadian singer/songwriter Daniel Powter's smash hit "Bad Day" rode to the top of the charts on a tidal wave of Coca-Cola (it appeared in a 2005 commercial for the soft drink giant) and shattered dreams (it was used as the exit song for departing American Idol hopefuls). Released in 2010, Best of Me, named after the leadoff track from his sophomore effort, Under the Radar, collects his biggest hit along with four new songs and album cuts culled from his 2005 eponymous debut and 2008's aforementioned Under the Radar. The collection also features a bonus DVD that includes 14 music videos and live performances.

Biography

Born: February 25, 1971 in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Daniel Powter, the Canadian who stormed the European charts in 2005 with his single "Bad Day" (from his 2005 self-titled release), was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, picking up the violin at the age of four. By the time he was a teenager, however, he had switched to piano and began performing at his high school. He enrolled in Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton, Alberta, where he studied music, dropping out after two years due to difficulties on account of his dyslexia....
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