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Daniel Powter; Daniel Powter

Absolutly awesome!! You absolutly have to have these songs!!!!

Say thank you to American Idol!

He really has a great voice but if it wasnt for american idol he wouldnt be known right now

Go Daniel Powter!!

Now, maybe the first few hundred times I heard Bad Day I was impressed, after that though . . . . However, the rest of his album more than makes up for that. He has such a great voice with a really relatable tone that you just find yourself swaying to the songs and working on memorizing the lyrics after the first listen. This entire album is full of high points and is well worth the purchase.

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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