Avicii is a Swedish DJ, remixer and record producer that was born as Tim Bergling but is known around the world by his unique stage name. The multi-talented Avicii was recently named by Dj Magazine as the No. 6 top DJ in the world, a title that is evident not only with his critical acclaim but with his popularity among fans as well. When Avicii released one of his first big collaborations in 2010 with fellow Swedish DJ John Dahlback, called “Don’t Hold Back” audiences from around the world began noticing this unique sound and from there Avicii has only grown in popularity and continued to get fans around the country.
Avicii typically only does electronic synthetic tracks but he has released vocal versions of some of his songs including the song “Bromance” or “Seek Bromance” which was a top 20 hit for the DJ. With a successful first year in the business Avicii began to get international success. A track he collaborated with David Guetta on, called “Sunshine” received a 2011 Grammy Aard nomination. He also released the song “Levels” which went on to be a top ten hit in countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and India. The single also reached the number one spot in Hungary, Norway and Sweden.
Anyone who has heard the unique approach that Avicii takes to cutting, splicing and remixing songs can hear this artist’s unique approach to music and understand why this DJ has quickly become such a success around the globe. Avicii is also taking his talents and many of his original songs on the road with him not only to venues in Europe and in his home country but to the United States as well. Avicii will be touring and performing at several venues in the United States through the fall of 2012. He will also be attending several major universities as well to play to adoring college fans as he delivers fresh new music and remixes that must be heard to be believed. Those who want to experience the thrill and excitement of seeing Avicii live are encouraged to buy tickets quickly as seeing this international phenomenon in person is often quite difficult for fans.