After a hugely successful run of touring, which saw the band play some of the biggest venues in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom, Boyce Avenue has been off the...
After a hugely successful run of touring, which saw the band play some of the biggest venues in the United States, Canada, Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom, Boyce Avenue has been off the road for the last year while working new material for their upcoming 2nd Album. At long last however they’re excited to get back out on the road again as part of a brand new world tour.
Boyce Avenue, a Florida-based band popular for its strong acoustic roots and melodic rock sound, consists of three brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano. The brothers first came together as a band in 2004 when Alejandro (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Fabian (guitar, vocals), and their older brother Daniel (bass, percussion, vocals) reconnected after Daniel graduated from Harvard Law School and moved back to Florida where Fabian and Alejandro were both attending classes at the University of Florida. It was there that the brothers continued to write music and to perform local shows, taking their most formative steps toward becoming a band.
In 2007, in an effort to share their music and ideas with the world, the band decided to start filming and posting videos on YouTube of them performing their own songs as well as some of their favorite songs by other popular artists. The videos began to resonate instantly with YouTube viewers and to date the band’s Youtube channel has amassed over 900,000,000 views and almost 3,000,000 subscribers making it one of the most watched of all time. In 2010 the band released their major label debut album, All We Have Left, on Universal Republic records, featuring the single “Every Breath” with a music video shot by acclaimed director Zach Merck (Blue October, Safetysuit) based on an idea created by the band.
While the band loves connecting with their fans online, nothing pleases them more than getting out and putting on a one of a kind show for as many people as possible.