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The magical journey of A Great Big World –  Ian Axel and Chad King – began in the music practice rooms of NYU (New York University) where the two were attending college.  In 2012, after a few twists and turns of fate, the friends formed A Great Big World and released a six-song EP funded by Kickstarter.  It spawned the viral sensation “Everyone Is Gay” and “This Is the New Year,” which was performed by the cast on Fox’s Glee.  

Soon after, Black Magnetic/Epic Records offered the duo a deal, and issued “Say Something” as their first official single in 2013.  Its terse, tearful piano and Axel’s heavenly hypnotic vocals tugged on heartstrings, and struck a chord.  After hearing it during a pivotal segment of Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, Christina Aguilera fell in love with the song.  She collaborated with AGBW on a new recording of the track that they subsequently performed together on NBC’s The Voice, which launched it to #1 on iTunes.  More tv performances followed (The American Music Awards, The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show), culminating with the song’s release on AGBW’s debut album, Is There Anybody Out There? (January 2014).

“Say Something” ultimately occupied the #1 spot on iTunes, Billboard’s Digital Songs, Digital Tracks, Adult Top 40, and Hot Dance Club Songs charts, as well as Spotify and Shazam, in addition to going Top 10 on sales charts in 19 countries.  After turning in a riveting performance at Clive Davis’ prestigious annual pre-Grammy® party in January 2014, A Great Big World toured from May through August across the U.S. and Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. 

For the remainder of 2014, into 2015, A Great Big World was hard at work on new music that they were eager to present to their legions of fans across the globe.  The release of “Hold Each Other” in July 2015 introduced the arrival of their second album When the Morning Comes last November. The band’s newest single “Oasis” harkens back to the honest, sentimental songwriting found in “Say Something,” and sets the stage for a new year full of touring.

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Gerry Lange sat in front of Danny in high school math.  Gerry would always turn around to talk to Danny about guitars, and after repeated pleas to stop from the teacher, he was suspended from the class.  The two soon started writing music together and began playing in several New York bands.  They shared a love for artists like Tears for Fears, Cyndi Lauper, and the Cure and quickly turned their attention towards starting their own project.  After a year of writing and rehearsing without telling another soul, the appropriately named "Secret Weapons" was born.  The New York two-piece finally launched in 2015, and have been building buzz in NYC with outlandish live performances and even wilder after-party DJ sets.