The song was co-written by country music stalwart Mac Davis, best known for ’70s hits like “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me” and “Stop and Smell the Roses.”
The #TRUETOUR will hit major North American venues starting in April.
Originally launched in Los Angeles back in 1997, Electric Daisy Carnival has grown into America’s premier EDM destination festival.
The original version of “You Make Me” can be found on Avicii’s debut album, ‘True,’ which also boasts hit singles “Hey Brother” and the Aloe Blacc/Mike Einziger-assisted breakout smash, “Wake Me Up.”
Ultra is among America’s biggest electronic dance music events, attracting hundreds of thousands of EDM fans to the sunny confines of Miami every year.
Mumford & Sons tapped into one of the same specific sources of inspiration as Avicii: the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack. But what does the bluegrass community make of all this?
The clip features a heartfelt narrative that juxtaposes images from the life of two young brothers growing up in an American small town with shots of a fallen soldier’s final ceremony, complete with a military gun salute.
This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
Roller-skating aficionados, rejoice. The “You Make Me” video finds Mercedes, a waitress at the local skating rink, getting eyed by the high-rolling Henry. That would be cool and all, if it weren’t for Mercedes’ jealous ex-lover, Chang.
Following in the footsteps of artists like will.i.am, Mariah Carey and Miley Cyrus, Avicii is putting a social media spin on his debut album, #TRUE, out September 27. The album will feature a diverse roster […]