OneRepublic

Formed 2004.
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One Republic's Ryan Tedder catches up with Huw Stephens.

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Biography

OneRepublic is an American pop rock band from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Formed in 2002 by Ryan Tedder and Zach Filkins, the band achieved commercial success on MySpace as an unsigned act. In 2003, the band was discovered by actress Kelly Barrett in Hollywood who connected them directly with her cousins Jimmy Ienner and Donnie Ienner, who was the President of Sony at that time, by making one phone call to get the AR Reps to their show. They then signed to Sony BMG for three years, before moving to Mosley Music Group.

In 2007, OneRepublic released their debut album, Dreaming Out Loud. Its lead single, "Apologize" was notably remixed by Timbaland, becoming a huge international success, reaching number one in sixteen countries, subsequently earning them a Grammy Award nomination. The second single, "Stop and Stare" mirrored its predecessor's success. The album was later certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The band's second album, Waking Up (2009), produced the successful singles, "All the Right Moves", "Secrets", "Marchin On", and "Good Life", the latter reaching the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Waking Up

    Waking Up 2010

    Reviewed by Mike Diver
    Waking Up’s mass-appeal anatomy is oddly admirable.
  2. Review of Dreaming Out Loud

    Dreaming Out Loud 2008

    Reviewed by Chris Jones
    Music shouldn't be wasted on such empty gestures.
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