Free piano sheet music from American Authors
About American Authors
With it's origins in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., "American Authors" is a band which you can find in New York City.
They favorite musical genre is rock, although they also adopt indie rock, heartland rock or folk rock in their music.
They started their band career in the year 2007 and they still continue to release new songs.
The "American Authors" current lineup consists of Zac Barnett, James Adam Shelley, Dave Rublin and Matt Sanchez.
They are renowned by two of their great singles released with their album titled "Oh, What a Life", "Best Day of My Life" and "Believer".
Currently, "American Authors" is signed by "The Island Def Jam Music Group" record label.
In the year 2007, the band's members met each other while attending Berklee College of Music.
In the 2007-2012 time period, the band was named "The Blue Pages". Under that name, the band recorded and released Anthropology and Rich With Love.
The band changed their name in the year 2012. In the same year, they released their debut single, "Believer". The single caught traction through alternative rock radio.
Their second successful single titled "Best Day of My Life" was featured in several commercials such as a Lowe's television advertisement in the United States, a Hyundai television advertisement in the United Kingdom, a Telecom New Zealand advertisement, a trailer for the film Delivery Man, and the opening sequence for ESPN's 2013 World Series of Poker coverage.
Until this year (2014), the band managed to release a single studio album titled "Oh, What a Life". The album was released on the 3rd of March 2014.
Beside their album, on the 27th of August 2013, the band released an EP, titled "American Authors", same as the band.
Their best chart performance was scored by their second single "Best Day of My Life", which managed to reach the 1st position on the US Adult Chart.
|Artists:||- Zac Barnett|
- James Adam Shelley
- Dave Rublin
- Matt Sanchez
|Origin:||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Genres:||Indie Rock, Heartland Rock, Folk Rock|
|Also known as:||The Blue Pages (2006–2012)|
|Discography:||- American Authors (2013 - EP)|
- Oh, What a Life (2014)