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In Real Life at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles, California
|Also known as||IRL|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
In Real Life (also known as IRL) is an American boy band composed of Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Conor, the final five vocalists from the American realitytelevision music competition series Boy Band. The show premiered June 22, 2017, on ABC.
The 10-episode season began with 30 young male vocalists competing to become a member of the new five-piece boy band. Each week, the boys would rotate into different groups and perform, at the end, the 'architects' would put either two or three boys up for elimination and through live voting, a boy would be saved by America. At the end of the season, the final five remaining boys would form the boy band and receive a recording contract with Hollywood Records After a 24-hour voting period the week before, it was announced at the final live show on August 24, 2017 that Tutton, Perez, Ramos, Calderon, and Conor were the winning members and formed In Real Life. There, they premiered their debut single, 'Eyes Closed'. In Real Life performed live on Total Request Live in November 2017,Good Morning America in December 2017, on Live with Kelly and Ryan and released 'Eyes Closed acoustic', 'FeelThis Christmas', and 'I'll Be Home Christmas' in 2017. and being on Jimmy Kimmel Live in February 2018, and performed 'How Badly' on Despierta América in April 2018. In 2018, the band released several singles, starting with 'Tattoo (How 'Bout You)', which peaked at number 29 on Billboard's Mainstream Top 40 chart for radio play.
In May 2018, it was announced that In Real Life would open in a supporting slot in July and August on the 2018 American Idol summer tour. In September 2018 they started the Tonight Belongs To You headline tour across the U.S. They also released 'Got Me Good' in 2018. In 2019 they released the singles 'Crazy AF' and 'Somebody Like You'.
In Real Life are a popboy band that experiment with other sounds such as pop-rap, dance-pop, teen pop and Latin pop.
They cite One Direction as their main influence and are compared to them for both starting off on reality television. They also cite The BackStreet Boys, Boyz II Men and Jackson 5. Individual members of the group also cite influences including Charlie Puth, Bruno Mars, Frank Ocean, Logic, Machine Gun Kelly, Future, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, Justin Timberlake, Sam Smith, Jon Bellion, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Rita Ora, Eminem and Nas.
Brady Tutton was born on December 7, 2001 (age 17) and is from Shorewood, Wisconsin. For his Boy Band audition, Tutton sang 'On Bended Knee' by Boyz II Men. He went through the ten-week competition without being placed in the bottom two or three. He is a trained opera singer, as well as an actor. He played 'Brock' on the ABC sitcom Fresh Off the Boat in 2015. Tutton is also the lead actor in the 2018 movie The Rocket.
Chance Nickolas Perez was born on November 10, 1997 (age 21) and originates from Seal Beach, California. In 2016, Perez auditioned for America's Got Talent along with bandmates Jordan Perez and Tyler Reardon as 'The WVKE'. The group was buzzed by Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum and criticized by Simon Cowell, leading to their elimination during the audition phase, however, Chance's vocals were individually praised by Cowell. In 2017, Perez auditioned for Boy Band singing 'Somebody to Love' by Queen, immediately becoming a frontrunner in the competition. Like Tutton, he was never put up for elimination.
Andrew Ramos (known professionally as Drew) was born on October 23, 1997 (age 21) and originates from The Bronx, New York. In 2017, Ramos auditioned for the first season of ABC's Boy Band, with Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me.' Along with Tutton and Perez, Ramos went through the competition without being placed in a bottom two or three. His breakout performance during the competition was MAXED's performance of Lauryn Hill's rendition of 'Can't Take My Eyes Off You'.
Sergio Calderon Jr. was born on October 6, 2000 (age 18). He is from Redwood City, California. Calderon auditioned for Boy Band, with a English-Spanish-hybrid rendition of Prince Royce's 'Stand by Me.' On August 10, 2017, Calderon was placed in the bottom two along with former contestant Devin Hayes, but he was saved by America.
Conor Michael Smith (known professionally as Michael Conor) was born on June 7, 1999 (age 19). He is from Shaker Heights, Ohio. He auditioned for Boy Band as a rapping violinist with 'A Little More' by Machine Gun Kelly. Like Tutton, Perez, and Ramos, he was never in danger of elimination.
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|'Feel This Christmas/I'll Be Home For Christmas'||--||N/A|
|'Tattoo (How Bout' You)'||2018||29||N/A|
|'Tonight Belongs to You'||--||N/A|
|'Got Me Good'||N/A|
|'Somebody Like You'||2019||N/A|
- 2017: 'Eyes Closed'
- 2017: 'I'll Be Home For Christmas'
- 2018: 'Tattoo (How 'Bout You)'
- 2018: 'Tonight Belongs to You'
- 2019: 'Crazy AF'
- 'Boy Band' (2017)
- Tonight Belongs to You Tour (2018)
- American Idol Live Tour (2018)
- ^Swift, Andy (May 16, 2017). 'ABC Competition Boy Band Recruits Rita Ora, Nick Carter and Baby Spice'. TVLine.
- ^ abHolloway, Daniel; Wagmeister, Elizabeth (May 31, 2017). 'Timbaland Joins ABC's 'Boy Band' (EXCLUSIVE)'. Variety.
- ^TRL Season 1, Episode 138,MTV, November 30, 2017.
- ^'In Real Life go from the subway to the studio for debut 'Good Morning America' performance,' ABC News Radio, December 27, 2017
- ^Brian Cantor, 'Cheat Codes & Fetty Wap, AWOLNATION, In Real Life, Elise Trouw Performing On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Headline Planet', February 2, 2018.
- ^'Mainstream Top 40, June 9, 2018'. Billboard.com. Retrieved 5 October 2018.
- ^Whelan, Addie. 'In Real Life Announces Headline Tour'. beyondthestagemagazine.com. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
- ^'Justin Timberlake Manager Johnny Wright Signs TV’s ‘Boy Band’ Winners' Variety, September 23, 2018
- ^Matt Collar, 'In Real Life Biography'Allmusic, August 19, 2017.
- ^'In Real Life talks Eyes Closed, Boy Band and One Direction'YouTube, August 30, 2017
- ^'Meet The Band, In Real Life' YouTube, October 12, 2017
- ^'INTERVIEW: In Real Life on Becoming America's New Boy Band & More' iHeartRADIO, October 6, 2017
- ^Bretton Keenan, 'Boy Band' on ABC: 5 things to know about contestant Michael Conor of Cleveland,' News 5 Cleveland, June 21, 2017.
- ^https://www.billboard.com/charts/pop-songs/2018-06-09.Missing or empty
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|Origin||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Genres||New wave, synthpop|
|Labels||Curb Records, A Different Drum|
|Past members||Danny Simcic|
Real Life are a Melbourne-based Australiannew wave/synthpop band that achieved international chart success with their 1983 singles 'Send Me an Angel' and 'Catch Me I'm Falling'. Both singles appeared on the band's debut album, Heartland, released in 1983.
The band originally consisted of David Sterry (lead vocals and guitar), Richard Zatorski (violin and keyboard), Alan Johnson (bass) and Danny Simcic (drums). Steve Williams (keyboard) replaced Zatorski in 1986, who was then replaced by George Pappas in 1996 after a long hiatus of band activity.
In 1980, David Sterry responded to an advert in a newspaper from a keyboard player looking for a guitarist with whom to write songs. The keyboardist was Richard Zatorski. The duo started doing gigs as a 3-piece with a primitive drum machine they named Gloria and soon gained a loyal following, opening for bands such as INXS, Mi-Sex, The Church, Midnight Oil and others.
The group signed to Whetley Records in early 1983 and released their debut single, 'Send Me an Angel', in May 1983. 'Send Me an Angel' became a top 10 hit in Australia, and topped the chart in New Zealand and Germany. It also entered the top 30 in the US. Follow-up single 'Openhearted' was released in August 1983 and peaked at number 72. In November 1983, 'Catch Me I'm Falling' was released and reaching the top 10 in Australia and Germany, and top 40 in the US. The band's debut album Heartland entered the top 40 in Australia, Germany, New Zealand, and Switzerland, and reached No. 58 in the US. 'Always' was released in Europe in August 1984 as the album's fourth and final single. In November 1984, the band release a remix album titled Master Mix which peaked at number 74 on the Australian charts.
1985-1989: Flame & Down Comes the Hammer
In April 1985, the group released 'Let's Dance Tonight', which failed to chart. In September 1985, they release 'Face to Face' as the lead single from their second studio album. 'Face to Face' was a minor hit peaking at number 32 in Australia. In October 1985, the group released the album Flame which peaked at number 42 in Australia.
In 1986, they recorded the controversial[why?] song 'Babies' for a North American re-issue of the album titled Down Comes the Hammer, but this also failed to chart. 'Babies' was the first new recording by the band that was not written by David Sterry and Zatorski. There were two other new songs and a remix of 'Send Me an Angel' on the album. The movie Rad featured 'Send Me an Angel' on its soundtrack, as one notable scene from the film featured riders on BMX cross-country bikes performing various freestyle stunts as the song played.
In 1989, Real Life released a new version of 'Send Me an Angel', titled 'Send Me an Angel '89', which fared slightly better than the original in the United States. The video for the 1989 version was identical to the original except Zatorski was edited out of all shots. The Australian video of 'Send Me An Angel '89' was filmed in Ormond College, The University of Melbourne, with Steve Williams on keyboard.
1990-1999: Lifetime & Happy
In 1990, the group released their third studio album Lifetime; their first album of all-new material in five years. The album spawned minor hits with 'God Tonight' and 'Kiss the Ground'. Steve Williams (keyboard) replaced Zatorski in the band, and was later replaced by George Pappas. A falling-out occurred between Sterry and the remaining two original members Simcic and Johnson.
In 1997, the band released their fourth studio album Happy and would perform at Salt Lake City's Synthstock2000 with OMD and Berlin.
2000-present day: Imperfection
In 2004 the band signed to the US label A Different Drum, and released their fifth studio album Imperfection, this time featuring only David Sterry and George Pappas. In 2004, the band toured the West Coast of the US to promote the album with additional member Scott Ingram on drums. For this tour the band consisted of David Sterry, George Pappas and Scott Ingram. In November 2005, Pappas announced his departure from the band. Sterry has continued to carry the band name on his own, performing at various 80s events such as Australia's Absolutely 80s and the US' Lost 80s Live.
In spring 2008, Real Life (David Sterry) performed live for the first time in the Philippines along with When in Rome and A Flock of Seagulls as part of the Lost 80's Live Tour in Manila. Also in 2008, George Pappas released his debut solo album Don't Open Till Doomsday under the artist name of Alien Skin. This was also under the A Different Drum label.
On 19 May 2009, Real Life released their sixth studio album of their cover versions of 1980s classics (including a new 2009 version of 'Send Me an Angel') called Send Me An Angel – '80s Synth Essentials on Cleopatra Records in the US.
|Title||Album details||Chart peak position|
|Send Me An Angel – '80s Synth Essentials||–||–||–||–||–|
|Down Comes the Hammer|
|Title||Album details||Chart peak position|
|Best of Real Life: Send Me An Angel||–|
|Let's Fall In Love||–|
|1983||'Send Me an Angel'||6||9||18||1||1||19||2||29||54||–||Heartland|
|'Catch Me I'm Falling'||8||–||–||9||–||–||12||40||–||–|
|1985||'Let's Dance Tonight'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||non-album single|
|'Face to Face'||32||–||–||52||–||–||–||–||–||–||Flame|
|'One Blind Love'/'Love's Not Easy'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1986||'Babies'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||Down Comes the Hammer|
|'Hammer of Love'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1989||'Send Me an Angel '89'||51||–||–||–||22||–||–||26||5||–||Best of Real Life|
|'Let's Fall in Love'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||21||–||Let's Fall In Love|
|'Kiss the Ground'||161||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||27||–|
|'Like a Ghost'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||non-album single|
|2005||'Send Me an Angel' (Starcity with Real Life)||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||non-album single|
|2015||'Way to Nowhere'/'Small World'||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||non-album single|
- ^Bush, John. 'Real Life | Biography & History'. AllMusic. Retrieved 26 August 2016.
- ^'Interview with David Sterry'. Cryptic Rock. 17 March 2017. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
- ^'Send Me an Angel: the 80s synth-pop anthem that took over the world'. The Guardian. 29 March 2017. Retrieved 17 October 2018.
- ^ abcdefAustralian chart peaks:
- Top 100 (Kent Music Report) peaks to 12 June 1988: Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992. St Ives: Australian Chart Book. p. 247. ISBN0-646-11917-6. N.B. The Kent Report chart was licensed by ARIA between mid-1983 and 12 June 1988.
- 'Send Me an Angel '89' (ARIA) peak: 'Chartifacts > Week Ending September 23 1990 (from The ARIA Report Issue No. 37)'. Imgur.com (original document published by ARIA). Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- Top 100 (ARIA) peaks from January 1990 to December 2010: Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988–2010 (pdf ed.). Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing. p. 230.
- 'Kiss the Ground' (ARIA) peak: 'Response from ARIA re: chart inquiry, received 14 June 2017'. Imgur.com. Retrieved 14 June 2017.
- ^ abcd'charts.org.nz > Real Life in New Zealand Charts'. Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^ abcdeGerman chart peaks:
- Heartland: 'Offizielle Deutsche Charts > Real Life – Heart Land (album)' (in German). GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- 'Send Me an Angel': 'Offizielle Deutsche Charts > Real Life – Send Me an Angel (single)' (in German). GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- 'Catch Me I'm Falling': 'Offizielle Deutsche Charts > Real Life – Catch Me I'm Falling (single)' (in German). GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- 'Always': 'Offizielle Deutsche Charts > Real Life – Always (single)' (in German). GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- 'Face to Face': 'Offizielle Deutsche Charts > Real Life – Face to Face (single)' (in German). GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 24 August 2016.
- ^ abcd'Billboard > Artists / Real Life > Chart History > The Hot 100'. Billboard. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^ abc'hitparade.ch > Real Life in der Schweizer Hitparade' (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^ ab'Billboard > Artists / Real Life > Chart History > Billboard 200'. Billboard. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^'Rad (1986) : Soundtracks'. IMDb.com. Retrieved 26 August 2016.
- ^ abc''Click Interview' with Alien Skin: 'With A Change Of Attitude Comes The Choice Of 'Sound' Itself''. Side-Line. 31 March 2019. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
- ^Zafra, Jessica (25 April 2008). 'Sad, sadder, saddest'. Philstar. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
- ^Urselli, Marc (29 May 2008). 'Alien Skin'. Chain D.L.K. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
- ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 24 February 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-31.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
- ^'austriancharts.at > Real Life in der Österreichischen Hitparade' (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^'Item: 4253'. Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
- ^'Billboard > Artists / Real Life > Chart History > Dance Club Songs'. Billboard. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- ^'Billboard > Artists / Real Life > Chart History > Alternative Songs'. Billboard. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
- Real Life on Facebook
- Where Are They Now? – Real Life at bmusic.com.au
- Dan Simcic on Drums...[permanent dead link]
- Real Life on IMDb
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