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Dan + Shay

Specializing in country-pop so smooth it would also sound at home on adult contemporary radio, Dan + Shay never managed an actual crossover smash as they began racking up hits in 2013. Nevertheless, their inherent sweetness served as a counterpoint to the swaggering bro-country that dominated mainstream country during the mid-2010s. Audiences responded, sending "Nothin' Like You," "From the Ground Up," and "How Not To" to the number one slot on Billboard's country charts during the course of 2015 and 2016, helping to establish the duo as the heirs to Rascal Flatts' brand of cheerful, melodic country-pop. In 2019, "Tequila," a multi-platinum, chart-topping single from their third set, Dan + Shay, won a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance. On the heels of their success, they returned with 2021's Good Things, featuring the Top Five Billboard Hot 100 single "10,000 Hours" with Justin Bieber. Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney hailed from different corners of the United States -- Smyers came from Wexford, Pennsylvania, Mooney from Natural Dam, Arkansas -- but they met in Nashville in December 2012. Prior to that, each of the musicians spent his adolescence playing music, learning how to write his own songs along the way. They didn't limit themselves to country music. Smyers played in a few pop-punk bands, including Transition and Bonaventure, while Mooney had a deal with T-Pain's label, Nappy Boy. The duo teamed up after a chance meeting in Nashville and almost immediately began collaborating. Their songs quickly circulated around the Music City, gaining the attention of Rascal Flatts and, in turn, several publishing houses. The pair signed with Warner Chappell, and a record deal with Warner Nashville soon followed.


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