Boyce Avenue have performed on Good Morning America, were hailed by Billboard when they “outdid Beyonce & won the internet,” were praised by MTV, who pointed out “7 Reasons the Entire Internet’s Obsessed with Boyce Avenue and Why You Should Be, Too,” and were just yesterday spotlighted as one of “YouTube’s Top 30 Influencers” by the Hollywood Reporter, who placed them at no.6.
The Florida trio formed in 2004 and in 2007 they started posting videos on YouTube – clips that saw them performing both covers and originals. The videos resonated instantly and to date the band’s YouTube channel has amassed over 2.1 BILLION views and over 7.5 million subscribers, making them the second biggest band on YouTube, just trailing Maroon 5, and ranked by subscribers above artists such as Beyonce, Shakira, Ed Sheeran and Lady Gaga. The band has also amassed over a half-million Twitter followers and almost 3 million Facebook subscribers, forging a lasting and passionate digital fan base that have followed Boyce Avenue’s every move for years.
Boyce Avenue are one of the biggest live bands on the planet, having played shows in over 25 countries (including selling out UK headline shows at Hammersmith Apollo), and played a huge March world tour in support of Road Less Traveled, visiting the US, Canada, India, SE Asia and Europe.