Burnham (band)

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Burnham
Also known as The Burnham Brothers Band
Origin Vermont, United States
Genres Pop
Years active 2005–present
Labels Island
Associated acts Jasmine Villegas
Website http://www.burnhammusic.com
Members Forrest Burnham
Andre Burnham
Alex Burnham

Burnham (also known as The Burnham Brothers Band) is a Vermont - based American pop band made up of three brothers: Alex, Andre, and Forrest Burnham. They are signed to Island Records and EMI Music Publishing.[1] They appeared as an opening act on the second leg of Justin Bieber's My World Tour in late 2010 and toured with Action Item on The Stronger the Love Tour in the fall of 2011 and The Catch Me If You Can Tour in 2012.

Burnham's song "Vacation" was entered in 2013 The John Lennon Songwriting Contest and finished in the top three in the Pop category. International Songwriting Competition 2013-Entered "Golden Hearts". Out of 19,000 entrants their song placed in the top 1 percent and has reached the finals. Final voting results to be announced in April 2014.

"Catch Me If You Can" is the first single from their forthcoming debut album with collaborations from OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, Noel Z, J SKINS, Nicholas "RAS" Furlong, Norwegian production team Espionage,[2] Rihanna producer Brian Kennedy and Good Charlotte’s Benji Madden.[3] The single produced by Ryan Tedder is accompanied by a music video.[4]

Their second single "Don't Be Shy" was released with their EP "Almost Famous" on October 19, 2010. The iTunes only EP also includes previous single "Catch Me If You Can," new song "Automatic" and the music video for "Catch Me If You Can."

Members[edit]

Band[edit]

Current
  • Forrest Emerson Burnham (age 19) (born February 20, 1996) (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, drums, percussion, keyboards) The "competitive" one known for his Forrestisms.
  • Andre Joseph Burnham (age 21) (born August 13, 1993) (backing vocals, bass guitar, keyboard, piano) AKA the Musical Director.
  • Philip Alexander Burnham (nickname: Alex) (age 23) (born January 14, 1992) (lead guitar, backing vocals) Resident gear head.
Touring
  • David Wearn (age 21) (born January 15, 1994) (drums, percussion)

Family[edit]

  • Marianne Elizabeth Burnham (Mom)
  • Phillip Anthony Burnham (Dad)
  • Lily Ann Burnham (Sister)
  • Molly Sven Burnham (Sister)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 2010 : Catch Me If You Can (iTunes Single)
  • 2010 : Almost Famous EP

Singles[edit]

  • "Catch Me If You Can"
  • "Don't Be Shy"

Released Songs[edit]

  • 2008 : "Goddess"
  • 2008 : "Headspin"
  • 2008 : "Kids Of Today"
  • 2009 : "Slow Dance"
  • 2009 : "Rich Kids"
  • 2009 : "Perfect Saturday"
  • 2010 : "Catch Me If You Can"
  • 2010 : "Don't Be Shy"
  • 2010 : "Automatic" (Featured in movie Crazy, Stupid, Love July 2011)
  • 2010 : "Chasing Lizzie" (Seventeen Magazine Exclusive)
  • 2010 : "Untouchable"
  • 2011 : "Dreamer"
  • 2011 : "Effortless" (MySpace Exclusive)
  • 2011 : "Running to Where You Are" (Zack Tremblay Exclusive)
  • 2011 : "Tell Me Your Name"
  • 2011 : "Thank You"
  • 2012 : "How Ya Feelin"
  • 2012 : "Where Do You Go"
  • 2012 : "Only Star"
  • 2013 : "One More Time"
  • 2015 : "Miserable Without You"

Tours[edit]

Fanfest 2010: Burnham, Jessica Jarrell, Aaron Fresh, Khalil

  • 7/31 Memphis, TN – FedExForum
  • 8/1 Lafayette, LA – Cajundome
  • 8/4 Orlando, FL – Amway Arena
  • 8/5 Miami, FL – BankAtlantic Center
  • 8/8 Charlotte, NC – Time Warner Cable Arena
  • 8/9 Atlanta, GA – The Arena at Gwinnett Center
  • 8/11 Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena'

Justin Bieber My World 2.0 Tour: Second Leg of the Tour

  • 10/19 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place
  • 10/22 Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena
  • 10/24 Ontario, CA Citizens Business Bank Arena
  • 10/25 Los Angeles, CA STAPLES Center
  • 10/27 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
  • 10/28 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion at San Jose
  • 10/30 San Diego, CA San Diego Sports Arena
  • 11/3 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
  • 11/5 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
  • 11/6 Houston, TX Toyota Center
  • 11/8 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
  • 11/10 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
  • 11/11 Cleveland, OH, Wolstein Center
  • 11/13 Norfolk, VA Scope Arena
  • 11/14 Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center
  • 11/16 Boston, MA TD Banknorth Garden
  • 11/17 East Rutherford, NJ IZOD Center
  • 11/19 Atlantic City, NJ Boardwalk Hall (changed from 20th because of award show)
  • 11/22 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
  • 11/23 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre

The Stronger the Love Tour with Action Item, Hollywood Ending and special guests

  • 10/20 Allentown, PA
  • 10/21 Hamden, CT
  • 10/22 New York, NY
  • 10/23 Cambridge, MA
  • 10/24 Montreal, QC
  • 10/25 Toronto, ON
  • 10/26 Cleveland, OH
  • 10/27 Indianapolis, IN
  • 10/28 Pontiac, MI
  • 10/29 Chicago, IL
  • 10/30 Bloomington, MN
  • 11/01 Colorado Springs, CO
  • 11/03 Mesa, AZ
  • 11/04 San Diego, CA
  • 11/05 Orangevale, CA
  • 11/06 W. Hollywood, CA
  • 11/09 Dallas, TX
  • 11/11 St. Louis, MO
  • 11/12 Nashville, TN
  • 11/13 Atlanta, GA
  • 11/15 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • 11/16 Orlando, FL
  • 11/18 Greensboro, NC
  • 11/19 Vienna, VA
  • 11/20 Sayreville, NJ

The Catch Me If You Can Tour with Weatherstar and Romance On A Rocketship

  • 3/2 Providence, RI Firehouse 13;
  • 3/3 Rockville Centre, NY The Vibe Lounge
  • 3/4 Hamden, CT The Space
  • 3/6 Boonton, NJ The Canvas Clash
  • 3/7 Baltimore, MD Ottobar
  • 3/8 Canton, OHThe Auricle
  • 3/9 Indianapolis, IN The Irving Theater
  • 3/10 Grand Rapids, MI The Orbit Room
  • 3/11 Joliet, IL Mojoe’s
  • 3/13 St. Louis, MO Cicero’s
  • 3/14 Salina, KS Salina Central Auditorium
  • 3/15 Des Moines, IA Vaudeville Mews
  • 3/16 Joplin, MO Solace Music Venue
  • 3/17 Terre Haute, IN THMV The Venue

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