Daniel Powter

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Daniel Powter
Powter performing at the Festival of Friends in 2013
Powter performing at the Festival of Friends in 2013
Background information
Birth nameDaniel Richard Powter
Born (1971-02-25) February 25, 1971 (age 52)
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Musician
  • singer
  • songwriter
Years active
  • 1984–present
Labels
Websitedanielpowter.com

Daniel Richard Powter (/ˈptər/; born February 25, 1971) is a Canadian musician. He is best known for his self-penned hit song "Bad Day" (2005), which was at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Powter grew up in Vernon, in the Okanagan-Shuswap region of British Columbia, alongside 2 brothers and a sister.[citation needed] As a child, Powter played the violin at the age of 4. He changed to piano at 16 years old after a group of children bullied him in the schoolyard,[2] trashed and destroyed his violin. Due to dyslexia, Powter had trouble in university reading music, and dropped out at the age of 20 in order to pursue his own musical career, learning all songs by ear and recording new melodies that he created.[3] He started writing songs when he was 13 years old.

Powter moved to Vancouver at the age of 22 and met producer Jeff Dawson in 1997, releasing his debut studio album, I'm Your Betty, on June 21, 2000.[4] The album, limited to a very small print, contains ten songs, two of which—"More Than I" and "Negative Fashion"—were both featured on the television show Higher Ground in the episode "Wherefore Art Thou".[5]

Self-titled album (2005–2006)[edit]

Powter at the MTV Asia Awards 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Powter's first single, "Bad Day", was first released in Europe in mid-2005, in advance of his second album, Daniel Powter. Warner Bros. Records submitted the single for commercials, and it was subsequently chosen by Coca-Cola as the theme song for an ad campaign in Europe. The song achieved heavy airplay in most European countries, peaking at number three on the overall European airplay chart. It reached number one on national airplay in Germany, number one on the singles charts in the Republic of Ireland[6] and Italy, number two in the United Kingdom—where it stayed in the top ten for thirteen weeks—and number three in Australia.

In the United States, "Bad Day" was used extensively on the television series American Idol in its fifth season. Powter sang the song live at the end of the final show of that season on May 23, 2006. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Top 40 and Adult Contemporary charts, making Powter the first solo Canadian male artist to top the Hot 100 since Bryan Adams in 1995 (with "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?"). The song also reached number one in Powter's homeland, Canada.

On May 31, 2005, Powter released his first extended play known as "Free Loop."[7]

On July 2, 2005, Powter performed at the Berlin installment of Live 8, a simultaneous group of concerts in nine countries intended to raise awareness of poverty in Africa and put pressure on world leaders for aid.

"Bad Day" came in fifth in the British Record of the Year 2005. In 2006, Powter won in the New Artist of the Year category at the Canadian Juno Awards, and was nominated for Best International Breakthrough Act at the BRIT Awards. "Bad Day" was nominated at the 2006 Billboard Music Awards for Hot 100 Single of the Year, and was named Billboard magazine's song of the year in 2006.[8] At the 2007 Grammy Awards, Powter received a Best Male Pop Vocal Performance nomination for the song.

The subsequent singles from Daniel Powter – "Jimmy Gets High", "Free Loop", and "Lie to Me" – were released in different parts of the world, each failing to match the success of "Bad Day". "Free Loop" was deemed chart ineligible in the UK (as the release included a version of "Bad Day" as a B-side whilst "Bad Day" was still in the chart, hence breaking chart rules) and failed to chart in the U.S., though it reached the top forty on the Adult Contemporary chart. Following the release of "Lie to Me", "Jimmy Gets High" was to be the fourth single from the album in the UK, but its release was cancelled. A new track called "Love You Lately" was released as the next U.S. single, preceding a re-release of the album Daniel Powter that was also cancelled. Powter was never able to have another major hit after "Bad Day" and never cracked the U.S. Hot 100 again.

Later career (2008–present)[edit]

In March 2008, a song by Japanese singer Haru featuring Powter, "Find My Way", was released. In September, Powter released his third album, Under the Radar. Love you Lately was also rerecorded and released on December 9, 2008 as a new single. This was the same year in which he embarked on the Wolfbaggin' Tour, joining the likes of Alphabeat and Lil Chris.

Powter also performed piano on tracks for what was scheduled to be Marcy Playground frontman John Wozniak's solo album, Leaving Wonderland... in a Fit of Rage, but the album was released under the band's name. Powter was still given credit for his contributions to the song "Gin and Money".

Under The Radar was also given an exclusive CD and DVD release for the Asia Market known as the Asia Tour Edition. It was released on February 14, 2009.[9]

On March 16, 2009, Powter performed at the Montreux Jazz Festival then in December 2009, Powter was named as the decade's top One-Hit Wonder by Billboard. The magazine describes one-hit wonders as acts whose second hit did not reach the top 25; they only included acts from 2000 to 2007.[10] In Powter's case, "Bad Day" is his only Hot 100 hit.

On January 1, 2010, he performed O Canada at the NHL Winter Classic. In that same year, he released his greatest hits album, Best of Me, and with it, recorded three new songs and a new version of the title track to go along with 'Bad Day', 'Jimmy Gets High', 'Next Plane Home' and his other singles. Only one was released as a single: 'Lose To Win', on November 10, 2010.

On December 1, 2010, Powter made a tribute to English singer and songwriter John Lennon with his cover version of Happy Xmas (War Is Over). This single was released in Europe, the UK and Japan.[11]

Powter again failed to re-capture the success of "Bad Day." In 2011, he took a hiatus.

On April 10, 2012, Powter's new single "Cupid" was released to US and Canadian iTunes stores. Powter's latest album, Turn on the Lights, was released in July 2012.

On June 13, 2012, Powter also made a tribute to L'Arc-en-Ciel with his variation of the song "Stay Away".

On September 10, 2012, he released "Crazy All My Life".[12] The song peaked at number 23 on the Canadian Hot 100 and became his biggest hit in Russia, where it reached number 12 on the radio chart and has over 1.4 million lifetime plays.[13]

On December 5, 2012, Powter was featured in a song with Japanese singer May J. titled "Back To Your Heart". On the 18 he released the single "Christmas Cupid", which is a Christmas version of his song "Cupid".

On June 5, 2013, Powter announced on Twitter that he was working on a new album with Jeff Dawson, who co-produced most of his songs in the past, and John Fields, who was a co-writer on "Crazy All My Life". He also said:

I'm writing like I did during the first record. I'm not focusing on singles. Otherwise I would try too hard and end up with garbage sort of like Bad Day. I never thought in my wildest dreams that it was a single. I think that's what writing from your heart is. Just like anything else. When you try too hard, it really isn't worthy of anything... So I stay open and just let the songs write themselves.[14][15][16]

On July 15, 2013, Powter performed at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals performing "Bad Day" and "Whole World Around." Matthew Perry also attended the event.[17]

On August 9, 2013, he performed at the Festival of Friends.

On September 5, 2013, Powter later released 4 new songs as bonus tracks for his album Turn on the Lights called Ur My Radio, Doesn't Matter, Cheers To Us and Goodbye.[18]

On November 27, 2016, Powter performed at The 39th Jazz Goes To Campus Festival performing Bad Day.

On January 6, 2017, Powter released a new single called "Delicious" featuring Australian singer Vanessa Amorosi. The music video was uploaded to his official YouTube channel on March 14, 2017.[19]

On December 10, 2017, Powter performed at the President's Star Charity event in Singapore singing Bad Day and joined Sandra Riley Tang in a duet performing her band's song "Save Myself."[20]

On April 6, 2018, Powter released a new single called "Perfect For Me."[21] On April 13, he released his fourth extended play known as Daniel Powter. There are 4 songs in this album: a remastered remix of Bad Day, Tell Them Who You Are in an acoustic version, his 2017 single "Delicious" and his 2018 single "Perfect For Me."[22]

On September 21, 2018, Powter released a single known as "Do You Wanna Get Lucky"[23] It was followed by another called "Survivor" released on October 26[24] and Perfect for Me was later re-recorded and released on November 23 for the Asia market.[25]

He released an album called Giants on December 14 where songs in the album include the re-recording of "Perfect For Me", "Survivor", "Delicious", re-recordings of "Bad Day", "Free Loop" and "Tell Them Who You Are" (from the EP). A remixed version of "Do You Wanna Get Lucky" is also included known as the Holiday version.[26]

Powter went on to feature with The Untamed Boys, a Chinese pop group, in January 2020, where they released the song "Just Isn't Me."[27] and performed it alongside "Bad Day" while touring in Bangkok, Thailand.[28] Powter also collaborated with other artists in the MOSHIMO Project in May 2020.[29]

On February 3, 2021, Powter was featured in a song called "Save Your Life" with Japanese pop singer Ayaka Hirahara.[30]

Powter performed at TriNet Peopleforce on September 16, 2021, with the new song "Brave" which became downloadable on October 7.[31] Bad Day was later released as a new single on October 30, 2021.[32][33]

On November 19, 2021, he released his third compilation album known as "The Essential Collection" consisting of 32 songs all from his previous albums: Daniel Powter, B-Sides, Under the Radar and Best of Me.[34]

Powter then collaborated with Patricia Kelly with "Brave" in a duet. This version was released as part of her album Unbreakable on December 30, 2021.[35] The music video of the song was later released and added to her YouTube channel on February 19, 2022.[36]

On August 1, 2022, he released a lyrics video version of "Bad Day" on his official YouTube channel.[37]

Musician Agent Zed worked on an electronic dance rendition of Bad Day with Powter, releasing a music video on April 22, 2023.[38]

Personal life[edit]

Powter lived in Los Angeles, California for 20 years until 2021, and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. He has three children: two daughters and one son.[39][40][41] He is divorced.[42]

Powter disclosed in July 2013 that he was sexually abused by a female babysitter for three years starting from age 7 and turned to drugs and alcohol to get over his guilt and shame. He said in an interview

I thought that (addiction) was my problem. But it wasn't. That was my solution. It wasn't until I started digging in, taking a look at myself, saying I gotta work on some stuff (that) I don't want to look at (that I figured it out). My parents didn't know and I was too scared to tell them.[43]

When Powter is not making music he enjoys spending time with his children and his hobbies include fly fishing,[44] yoga,[45] surfing[46] and reading Raymond Carver short stories.[47]

Powter is a fan of the NHL. As a kid he was a fan of the Edmonton Oilers and is now a Los Angeles Kings fan, with season tickets.[48]

Musical influences[edit]

Powter spoken of his musical influences growing up:

My favourite is Nick Drake. I absolutely adore his music. You know it's still old band music inspired by Elton John's old stuff, you know The Beatles and Fleetwood Mac and David Bowie and the things that my parents gave me when I was a kid. I still listen to those records, because I think for me, what it is that I relate to, is how the structure of the songs are for them, you know, like verses, and choruses, and bridges. And so sometimes the modern music that I hear these days doesn't really have that and I don't relate to it. So I still listen to the old stuff.[49]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Awards Work Category Result
2005 MTV Europe Music Awards Himself Best New Act Nominated
Žebřík Music Awards[50] Best International Male Nominated
Best International Surprise Nominated
"Bad Day" Best International Song Nominated
Best International Video Nominated
The Record of the Year Record of the Year Nominated
SOCAN Awards Best Pop Song Won
2006 Tokio Hot 100 Awards Best Song Won
BMI Pop Awards Pop Award Won
Billboard Music Awards Top Hot 100 Song Won
Digital Song of the Year Won
Pop 100 Song of the Year Nominated
APRA Music Awards Most Performed Foreign Work Nominated
MuchMusic Video Awards MuchMoreMusic Award Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Himself Choice Music: Breakout Artist - Male Nominated
Canadian Radio Music Awards Best New Group or Solo Artist—Mainstream AC Won
Juno Awards New Artist of the Year Won
Brit Awards International Breakthrough Act Nominated
2007 Grammy Awards "Bad Day" Best Male Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Song Nominated
Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards Best Pop Song Performance - Male Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Male Video Nominated
Daniel Powter Album of the Year Won
Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 3 Albums Won
Himself New Artist of the Year Won
International Artist of the Year Won
"Bad Day" International Song of the Year Won

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
AUS
[51]
AUT
[52]
BEL
(WA)

[53]
FRA
[54]
IRL
[55]
JPN
[56]
NZ
[57]
SWI
[58]
UK
[59]
US
[60]
I'm Your Betty
Daniel Powter 14 43 18 14 8 4 6 14 5 9
Under the Radar
  • Released: September 15, 2008
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: CD, digital download
74 21 29 10 20 43
Turn On the Lights
  • Released: July 13, 2012
  • Label: Avex, EMI
  • Formats: CD, digital download
177 109
Giants
  • Released: December 14, 2018
  • Label: KDS Farrell, Inc
  • Formats: CD, digital download
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
JPN
[56]
B-Sides[67]
  • Released: January 29, 2007
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: Digital download
Best of Me
  • Released: December 8, 2010
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: CD, digital download
65
The Essential Collection
  • Released: November 19, 2021
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: Digital download
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays
Title EP details
Free Loop[68]
  • Released: May 31, 2005
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: Digital download
iTunes Live from Tokyo[69]
  • Released: August 6, 2008
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: Digital download
Songs from Under the Radar[70]
  • Released: September 16, 2008
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Formats: Digital download
Daniel Powter
  • Released: April 13, 2018
  • Label: Unleashed
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
CAN
[71]
AUS
[51]
BEL
[53]
GER
[72]
IRL
[55]
JPN
[73]
SWI
[58]
UK
[74]
US
[75]
US
Adult

[76]
"Bad Day" 2005 7 3 5 17 1 95[A] 5 2 1 1 Daniel Powter
"Free Loop (One Night Stand)" 11 43 60 55 20 × 38
"Jimmy Gets High" 46 × 41
"Lie to Me"[81] 2006 × 92
"Love You Lately" 5 × 39
"Next Plane Home" 2008 25 71 8 37 70 Under the Radar
"Best of Me" 23 40
"Whole World Around"[82]
"Lose to Win"[83] 2010 17 Best of Me
"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)"[84]
"Cupid" 2012 12 195 36 Turn on the Lights
"Crazy All My Life" 23
"Delicious" 2017 Giants
"Perfect for Me"[85] 2018
"Do You Wanna Get Lucky"
"Survivor"
"Brave" 2021 TBA
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
"×" denotes periods where charts did not exist or were not archived.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
JPN
Oricon

[86]
JPN
Hot

[73]
"Find My Way"[87]
(Haru x Daniel Powter)
2008 59 14 Non-album single
"Save Your Life"[88]
(Ayaka Hirahara featuring Daniel Powter)
2021 Save Your Life: Ayaka Hirahara All Time Live Best
"Brave"
(Patricia Kelly x Daniel Powter)
Unbreakable
"—" denotes items that did not chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
JPN
Hot

[73]
"Back to Your Heart"[89][90]
(May J. featuring Daniel Powter)
2012 Brave
"Cheers to Us"[91][92]
(Triplane featuring Daniel Powter & Shintarō Tokita (Sukima Switch))
2013 78 Singles 04-12
"Just Isn't Me" (心之所向的美丽 Xīn zhī suǒ xiàng dì měilì)[93]
(T.U.B.S. featuring Daniel Powter)
2021 Love: One-Act
"—" denotes items that did not chart.

Music videos[edit]

Year Music video Director(s) Notes
2005 "Bad Day"[94] Marc Webb Samaire Armstrong and Jason Adelman are featured in the video
"Free Loop (One Night Stand)"[95] Filmed at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles
"Jimmy Gets High"[96] Vem
2006 "Lie to Me"[97] Marc Webb
"Love You Lately"[98] Philip Andelman Rachael Leigh Cook and Brian Hallisay are featured in the video.
2008 "Next Plane Home"[99] Markku Lahdesmaki Powter's daughter Sophie is featured in the video. Filmed in Lancaster, California
"Best of Me"[100] Diane Martel
2010 "Lose to Win"[101] Rohit Karn Batra
2012 "Cupid"[102] Neil Tardio Filmed in Malibu, California.
2013 "Crazy All My Life"[103]
2017 "Delicious"[104]
2018 "Perfect for Me"[105]
"Do You Wanna Get Lucky"[106] Joe Murray Filmed at The Village in Santa Monica
"Survivor"[107] Chinese singer Kelly Yu sings with him in a duet

Music covers[edit]

Year Title Original artist
2007 "Just Like Heaven" the Cure
2010 "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" John Lennon
2012 "Stay Away" L'Arc-en-Ciel

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Charted in May 2008, after the 2008 establishment of the Japan Hot 100.

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