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     // Billboard; 9/9/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 36, p75 

    A chart is presented that lists the top 25 adult contemporary music releases in the U.S. for the week ending September 9, 2006, including "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter and "Unwritten," by Natasha Bedingfield.

  • Turn On the Lights.
     // Music Week; 6/8/2012, Issue 23, p32 

    The article previews the music release "Turn on the Lights," by Daniel Powter.

    Hope, Clover // Billboard; 6/10/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 23, p32 

    The article presents information on the concert tour of Daniel Powter at Philadelphia's Theatre of the Living Arts on July 17, 2006. The trek ends August 4-5 at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles. Powter's self-titled Warner Bros. debut bowed at No. 9 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 300,000 U.S....

    Hope, Clover // People; 12/25/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 26, p123 

    This article discusses people who gained fame during 2006. Singer Daniel Powter gained fame in 2006 due to the fact that his song "Bad Day" was featured on the popular television program "American Idol." Harry Whittington gained fame in 2006 after he was shot in the face by U.S. Vice President...

  • Bad Day.
    C. T.; Taylor, Chuck // Billboard; 6/18/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 25, p72 

    Reviews the music release "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter.

  • Bad Day is good news for Powter.
    Williams, Paul // Music Week; 1/28/2006, Issue 4, p8 

    The article reports on the success of the album "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter in Europe. The album surpassed the albums of James Blunt and Green Day. It topped the Nielsen Music Control's survey. It was able to accumulate nearly 4.4 million audience radio points. The success benefited Warner Music...

  • Jimmy.
    Taylor, Chuck // Billboard; 9/23/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 38, p74 

    The article reviews the music release "Jimmy," by Daniel Powter.

  • Bad Day.
    Taylor, Chuck // Billboard; 3/18/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 11, p60 

    The article reviews the pop music recording "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter.

  • Daniel Powter.
    C. A. // People; 4/24/2006, Vol. 65 Issue 16, p48 

    The article reviews the album "Daniel Powter," by Daniel Powter.

  • "Bad Day".
    Greenblatt, Leah // Entertainment Weekly; 3/24/2006, Issue 869, p70 

    The article reviews the music video of "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter, which includes Samaire Armstrong.

  • "Bad Day" Singer Daniel Powter.
    Greenblatt, Leah // People; 5/1/2006, Vol. 65 Issue 17, p101 

    This article presents an interview with Vancouver, British Columbia singer Daniel Powter concerning his song "Bad Day," which is prominently featured on the television show "American Idol 5." Powter also discusses being diagnosed as dyslexic as a child, and how it influenced him to become...

    Greenblatt, Leah // Campaign; 7/20/2007, Issue 29, p47 

    The author comments on DDB Düsseldorf's advertisement for Right Guard. According to Kunal Dutta, the ad concept is beyond repair, where the montage of scenarios are made to fit around titles of earlyman, businessman and gentleman. Moreover, the author claims that the Daniel Powter song "Had a...

  • BAD DAY?
    Paoletta, Michael // Billboard; 4/15/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 15, p51 

    The article reports on the rank the song, Bad Day by Canadian singer-composer Daniel Powter in the Billboard charts as of April 2006. Bad Day was the number one radio airplay song of 2005 in Europe. It repeated this feat in several countries throughout Europe, including France, where it all...

    Gallo, Phil // Variety; 1/1/2007, Vol. 405 Issue 7, p5 

    The article reports that local and regional musical acts were more popular on the global music scene than American acts in 2006. In Europe, no albums by American artists are in the top 10. The article states that the most popular musical acts on the worldwide charts are British acts such as...

  • Boots on the ground.
    PAKINKIS, TOM // Music Week; 7/20/2015, p19 

    The article presents a corporate profile of music marketing and promotion company International Solutions. It states that the company worked on projects for range of musicians including Rufus Wainwright, Funeral For A Friend, and Daniel Powter. It mentions that they established several branches...

    Baird, Dugald; Barrington, David; Brooke, Phil; Cardew, Ben; Clarke, Stuart; Larkin, Jim; Shanahan, Lisa; Slade, Nicola; Ward, Simon; Webb, Adam // Music Week; 7/30/2005, Issue 31, p32 

    Reviews the self-titled album by Daniel Powter.

  • Kelly's Project Supports East Timor's Children.
    Eliezer, Christie; Wittmer, Stephanie; Ferguson, Tom // Billboard; 8/20/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 34, p50 

    Presents updates on the music industry as of August 2005. Reason behind the release of the album "Timor-Leste: Freedom Rising," by Paul Kelly; Support given by Kelly to the fund raising campaign for East Timor; Success of the song "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter.

  • No. 1 ON THE CHARTS.
    Eliezer, Christie; Wittmer, Stephanie; Ferguson, Tom // Billboard; 6/17/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 24, p5 

    The article presents a list of artists included in Billboard magazine's top charts. The artists include Dixie Chicks, James Hunter, Don Omar, Daniel Powter and Creed.

  • 'Idol' alum is goodbye guy.
    Donahue, Ann // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition; 2/29/2008, Vol. 403 Issue 38, p44 

    The article states that the Season 2 winner of the television program, "American Idol," Ruben Studdard will perform the "farewell song" used to play off contestants as they are eliminated from the top 12 positions. In 2008, the song will be a cover of Kenny Loggins' "Celebrate Me Home," in a new...

    Pietroluongo, Silvio // Billboard; 4/8/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 14, p62 

    The article reports on the rating of the music release Bad Day, by Daniel Powter. It jumps 2-1, becoming The Billboard Hot 100's fifth new No. 1 in the last several weeks and Warner Brothers' first topper since Madonna's Music in 2000. He follows James Blunt, Ne-Yo and Sean Paul to the top of...

    Pietroluongo, Silvio // Billboard; 7/29/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 30, p53 

    The article presents news briefs on the Billboard chart performance of various musicians, as of July 29, 2006. Daniel Powter's Bad Day is now in a four-way tie with Bad as the fifth longest-running number one by a solo male vocalist in history. Alan Jackson's Like Red on a Rose gains a position...

  • NOW: Spring 2005.
    Dunk, Tiffany // NW; 10/17/2005, Vol. 13 Issue 42, p88 

    Reviews the music release "Now: Spring 2005," by various artists including Gorillaz, Daniel Powter and Missy Higgins.

  • Free Loop (One Night Stand).
    Dunk, Tiffany // NW; 11/21/2005, Vol. 13 Issue 47, p86 

    The article reviews the music release "Free Loop (One Night Stand)," by Daniel Powter.

    Pietroluongo, Silvio // Billboard; 3/25/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 12, p70 

    The article reports the Daniel Powter's song, Bad Day, is the second most popular song in Billboard's Digital Songs chart for the week ended March 25, 2006. The song is from Powter's self-titled music album, which debuted at Number 10 on Top Digital Albums and will hit retail stores on April 11,...

  • Free Loop.
    Baird, Dugald; Brooke, Phil; Brown, Jimmy; Clarke, Stuart; Franks, Chrisi; Larkin, Jim; Lawrence, Owen; Tesco, Nick; Ward, Simon; Webb, Adam // Music Week; 10/29/2005, Issue 45, p20 

    The article reviews the music release "Free Loop," by Daniel Powter.

  • BAD DAY?
    Paoletta, Michael // Billboard; 4/15/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 15, p51 

    The article reports on the rank the song, Bad Day by Canadian singer-composer Daniel Powter in the Billboard charts as of April 2006. Bad Day was the number one radio airplay song of 2005 in Europe. It repeated this feat in several countries throughout Europe, including France, where it all...

  • Daniel Powter.
    Paoletta, Michael; Cohen, Jonathan // Billboard; 4/15/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 15, p59 

    The article reviews the music release "Daniel Powter," by Daniel Powter.

  • Daniel Powter.
    Bronstein, Lynne // Music Connection; 11/21/2005, Vol. 29 Issue 24, p15 

    The article focuses on the agreements signed by singer/songwriter Daniel Powter. Powter had been working with music producer Jeff Dawson in a small Vancouver studio, recording and sending out demos and playing showcases. Powter's short list of producers he hoped to work with yielded music...

  • Need a Hug?
    Browne, David // Entertainment Weekly; 4/14/2006, Issue 872, p83 

    This article reviews the music release "Daniel Powter," by Daniel Powter.

  • Listen to Your Mother!
    Pappademas, Alex // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly; Jul2006, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p78 

    The article features various singers and their most recent music releases. James Blunt, a British-army veteran who had served in Kosovo, is the artist of the music release "Back to Bedlam." and Teddy Geiger, who started composing songs at the age of eight, launched his music recording "Underage...

  • Notes from Nat.
    Burns, Nat // Lesbian News; Feb2013, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p27 

    This article offers information on U.S. singer and song writer Skylar Grey. The singer was born Holly Brook in 1986 and as a child, she performed professionally in a folk duo with her mother called Generations. Grey started her own band in Wisconsin at age 15, and in 2004, she was signed to...

  • Bad Day.
    Baird, Dugald; Brooke, Phil; Clarke, Stuart; Larkin, Jim; Lawrence, Owen; Slade, Nicola; Tesco, Nick // Music Week; 7/16/2005, Issue 29, p26 

    Reviews the music single "Bad Day," by Daniel Powter.

  • Sign here.
    Baird, Dugald; Brooke, Phil; Clarke, Stuart; Larkin, Jim; Lawrence, Owen; Slade, Nicola; Tesco, Nick // Music Week; 10/29/2005, Issue 45, p2 

    The article reports on several partnerships involving music firms and artists in Europe. EMI Music Publishing UK has contracted with singer Daniel Powter, covering his musical engagements in Europe including his self-titled album. Kobalt Music Group has entered into an administration deal with...

  • EMI Adds New Publishing Role.
    Butler, Susan // Billboard; 9/2/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 35, p22 

    The article presents updates on the music industry. Bob Flax has been appointed to the newly-created position of vice president of EMI Music Publishing. Famous Music sealed an administration deal with Daniel Powter for the U.S. and Canada. Cherry Lane Music Publishing signed a North American...

  • Warner's wonders.
    Butler, Susan // Music Week; 9/20/2008, Issue 38, p14 

    The article discusses various albums which are being or have already been released by Time Warner Entertainment Co. Albums which are discussed in the article include "And Winter Came," by Enya, "Call Me Irresponsible," by Michael Buble, and "Under the Radar," by Daniel Powter. Information is...

    ARNOLD, CHUCK // People; 8/27/2012, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p54 

    This article reviews music releases including "Based on a T.R.U. Story," by 2 Chainz, "Turn on the Lights," by Daniel Powter, and "Boys Don't Cry," by Rumer.

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