- Sat May 14, 2016, 4:48 AM GMT
The Swedish DJ axes all upcoming shows scheduled to take place at XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club due to 'personal reasons.'READ MORE
Born Tim Bergling on 8 September 1989 in Sweden, Avicii began remixing and producing tracks in his own bedroom at the age of 18. "Growing up with older siblings, I've also had loads of different influences when it comes to my music taste such as Leeson MC and DJ Boonie. There are loads of other people that have influenced me but I think the biggest inspirations I've had aside from my manager has been the Swedish House Mafia guys and Eric Prydz, they were the ones who first got me into house!" he said.
He put his music online and started to gain recognition in 2010 when he got signed to EMI. He reached to top 20 in several countries including the U.K. with his track "Seek Bromance". After an incredible year with worldwide hit singles like "My Feelings For You" plus hit remixes of DJ Tiesto, Robyn, and Bob Sinclar, all bodes right for Avicii in 2011.
The Swedish DJ whose real name is Tim Bergling will no longer perform live after playing his last show this year.READ MORE
Reps for the Swedish DJ cite his busy summer and the pressure of delivering his 'Stories' album as contributing factors to the decision to reschedule all the remaining 2015 shows for next year.READ MORE
The EDM/country track is set to be featured on the Swedish DJ's sophomore effort, 'Stories', which is due out later this year.READ MORE
The Swedish DJ previewed the new song called 'Heaven' featuring vocals from the Coldplay frontman while headlining the Future Music Festival in Perth, Australia.READ MORE
Sweden is also honoring three other musicians by featuring their faces on postage stamps which will be out in the European country starting from January 15.READ MORE