- In Real Life (also referred to as IRL) was an American boy band that formed in August 2017, composed of Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Conor Michael Smith. They were signed on with Johnny Wright's Wright Entertainment Group (WEG).
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In Real Life Members 1 Chance Perez, 24 Former 2 Brady Tutton, 20 Former 3 Conor Michael Smith, 23 Former 4 Drew Ramos, 24 Former 5 Sergio Calderon, 21 Former In Real Life Popularity Band #134 Band Formed in 2017 #11 Band Formed on August 24 #1 California Band #22 Los Angeles, CA Band #15 Boy Band #15 In Real Life Fans Also Viewed Why Don't We
In Real Life (commonly abbreviated to IRL) was an American boy band composed of Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Conor Smith, the final five vocalists from the American reality television music competition series Boy Band. The show premiered June 22, 2017, on ABC. Contents 1 History 1.1 2017: Formation
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In Real Life reached the top 10 on the iTunes charts with their first single, "Eyes Closed". Their song "Tattoo (How 'Bout You)" reached number 29 on the pop charts and their "Tonight Belongs to You" music video reached 2 million views in less than a week. In June 2019 their single "Crazy AF" reached top 40 on pop radio. Their debut studio album Sh...
2017: Formation In 2017, the five were assembled on the reality television singing competition, Boy Band. The show premiered June 2017 on ABC with hostess Rita Ora, and "architects" Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, the Spice Girls' Emma Bunton, and Timbaland. The 10-episode season began with thirty young male vocalists competing to become a member of ...
Brady Tutton (2017–2020) Chance Perez (2017–2020) Drew Ramos (2017–2020) Sergio Calderon (2017–2020) Conor Michael Smith (2017–2020)
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In late 1980, Richard Zatorski placed an ad in a Melbourne newspaper as a keyboard player looking for a guitarist with whom to write songs, and David Sterry responded. The two formed a writing partnership and began work on the material that would eventually become the first songs by Real Life. First using the name The Wires, Sterry and Zatorski started doing gigs accompanied by a primitive drum machine they named Gloria. In 1981, the pair decided to recruit more musicians, and through another...
1985–1986: Flame and Down Comes the Hammer
In September 1985, they released "Face to Face" as the lead single from their second studio album, Flame, which came out the following month. "Face to Face" was a minor hit, peaking at #32 in Australia, while the album peaked at #42. The follow-up single "One Blind Love" fared less well, while the album and its singles went largely overlooked in the rest of the world. In 1986, they recorded a handful of new songs, which were the band's first recordings not written by Sterry and Zatorski. "Bab...
1989–2000: Lifetime and Happy
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 that Zatorski was edited out of all shots; another version for the Australian market was filmed in Ormond College, The University of Melbourne, with Steve Williams on keyboards. The group released their third studio album, Lifetime, in 1990. This was their first a...
Countdown Music Awards
Countdown was an Australian pop music TV series on national broadcaster ABC-TV from 1974 to 1987 and it presented music awards from 1979 to 1987, known as the Countdown Music Awards.