🇨🇦 Johnny Orlando – Singer, Songwriter, B.P Artist of the Month

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“I always think I make albums for a few friends and this record has that intimacy. Sincerity and honesty go a long way in life and the same is true in song-writing.” – Rod Stewart

Official Video by Johnny Orlando performing “Last Summer”. (C) 2018 Universal Music Canada Inc.

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2017 was the start of some big moves for Johnny Orlando. After a few years of regional buzz, the Canadian 15-year-old made a true breakthrough, with “Missing You,”“The Most” and “Everything” turning lots of heads. The singer, who got his start at the age of eight by posting covers on YouTube and has amassed an impressive social media following, exploded into a pro with almost 3.5 Million YouTube subscribers. 2018 has marked another leap. The Ontario native is trying his hand at acting in the witchy Web series ‘Total Eclipse,’ which also features his pal Mackenzie Ziegler and sister Lauren Orlando. He’s put his spin on songs by everyone from Austin Mahone to Matisyahu, but we had him into Vevo to do a pair of tunes of his own, “Last Summer” and “What If.” The dude who fell in love with music as a child when his parents played Counting Crows nonstop sounds great in both of his performances. Be sure to share ’em with other Orlando zealots.

The Canadian teen started with covers of everyone from to Austin Mahone to Matisyahu, and now fans are loving his own music. Share our exclusive live performances of “What If” and “Last Summer” with other Johnny fans! check’em Johnny Orlando – Official Performances

“Last Summer” by Johnny Orlando available now!

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Exclusive: Johnny Orlando Spills Why ‘Last Summer’ Is His Favorite Song He’s Written

WE Day in Toronto, Canada Sept 20, 2018.

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NotJustTWO – Published on Sept 21, 2018
Johnny Orlando performs What If live at the 2018 WE Day in Toronto, Canada.
What If is Johnny’s own song released earlier this year as a duet with Mackenzie Ziegler.
Here he performs a special live solo version for the Toronto WE Day audience.

Johnny’s Europe Summer Tour 2018

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Aug 22 Brno 
Aug 23 Budapest 
Aug 24 Bratislava 
Aug 26 Warsaw 

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Johnny Orlando   – Published on Aug 15, 2018

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CBBC SUMMER SOCIAL

Liverpool United Kingdom August 3 – 5, 2018

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CBBC – Published on Sep 28, 2018 
Johnny Orlando did an amazing acoustic live performance of What If backstage at the CBBC Summer Social for Saturday Mash-Up!
Canadian Johnny Orlando posted his first music video on YouTube at the age of 8, as a one-off for family and friends, but such were the views and response from a much wider audience that he continued to post and quickly started building a fan base.
Johnny has since gone on to release singles which have charted on iTunes and has performed live to thousands of fans on tour. His YouTube subscribers now, at the age of just 15, have grown to over 3 million.
Watch Johnny Orlando on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/JohnnyOsings
Find out more on Johnny’s website: https://www.johnnyorlandomusic.com/

Day #1 – Johnny Orlando performs live on the main stage at the CBBC Summer Social in Croxteth Park, Liverpool, UK.
Johnny performs Shawn Mendes’ In My Blood and his own songs Missing You, Thinking About You, Everything, and The Most.

Click here or Watch Johnny’s live performance or watch it below

NotJustTWO – Published on Aug 5, 2018

Day #3 – Johnny Orlando and Mackenzie Ziegler perform together at the CBBC Summer Social.

Johnny and Kenzie perform two duets, What If and Day & Night, in front a young crowd in Liverpool, and broadcast live across the UK on the CBBC TV channel.

Click here or Watch Johnny and Mackenzie’s live performance or watch it below

NotJustTWO –  Published on Aug 5, 2018

Johnny Orlando on stage at the CBBC Summer Social.

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 Johnny Orlando Nominated at iHeart Radio Music Video Awards for:

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“Best New Canadian Artist”

iHeart Radio MMVA Nominee Aug 26, 2018 9/7 MT

Johnny Orlando @johnnyorlando – my MMVA category is not fan voted, it is chosen by Much Music / iHeart Radio. but thank u guys for always being ready to support.

 2018 MMVAs – Full Nominations List Click Here

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Big things to come for the 15 year old

Born in Mississauga, Ontario in 2003, Johnny Orlando created his YouTube channel at the age of eight with the help of his sister where he began posting covers of pop songs. Fast Welcome Johnnyforward seven years and his channel now boasts over 3 million subscribers. His Twitter is edging in on the million mark and his Instagram is followed by over 5 million loyal fans.

While anything Johnny does is pretty much swoon-worthy in the eyes of his fans, it’s his covers that are guaranteed to convert you into one of those fans. The proof is in the numbers – some videos have seen nearly 40 million views. He’s covered many artists, such as Shawn Mendes, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Drake, Justin Bieber and more.

His latest cover of Shawn Mendes’ new song “In My Blood” is SO good. Check it out:

In 2017, Johnny co-headlined a sold-out tour with none other than Dance Moms alum, and one of his best friends, Mackenzie Ziegler, and the pair have since rosesannounced European dates for this summer. But it’s not all about covers, following the announcement of his signing to Umusic, Johnny released his new single “What If” with Mackenzie.

We’re going ahead and saying this just may be your song of the summer. It’s not only super catchy, but totally relatable. It’s about what it’s like to be crushing on a close friend and wondering what it would be like if the friendship became something more. We’ve all been there, haven’t we?

Watch “What If” now:

This is just the beginning for 15 year old Johnny Orlando and there’s so much more to come. Loving Johnny and his new song? Let us know over on Twitter @umusic.

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WE HAVE A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! (Johnny + Lauren Orlando): 

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Article Posted May 21, 2018 by Universal Music

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 Matisyahu- Live Like A Warrior (Cover by Johnny Orlando) May 20, 2013

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MACKENZIE ZIEGLER SADLY ANNOUNCES SHE WON’T BE TOURING WITH JOHNNY ORLANDO THIS SUMMER

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Last Updated Sept 24, 2018

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We Day – Evolution of a Movement

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The First We Day

weday-logoFree The Children was founded on the understanding that by awakening the spirit of volunteerism in young people, anything is possible—injustices can be stopped, our local and global communities can be transformed for the better, and hope for the future can be sustained. Based on the belief that young people can create change, the We Day movement was born. Fueled by the desire for change, and the hope that the world can be a better place, We Day is the call that brings a generation together—dedicated to educating, engaging and empowering socially conscious youth to become agents of change. In 2007 at the first We Day, 8,000 youth came together at Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum to discover new passions, learn about the world around them and celebrate their successes. We were thrilled and humbled by the event and hopeful about the future. But we never dreamed We Day would grow into what it is today—the movement of our time.

The Evolution of a Movement

weday1Since then, We Day has inspired hundreds of thousands of youth and is helping build a community of young people dedicated to volunteering and active citizenship. A year-long program that accompanies We Day, called We Act, provides the forum and resources for young people to sustain the inspiration, excitement and energy from We Day. Schools and youth groups register to participate in We Act, which is a free, educational program. Their registration serves as a “ticket” to We weday_fbDay. Once they register, schools commit to take one local and one global action that year. Through We Act, schools receive curriculum-based resources, campaign materials as well as year-round personal support from one of Free The Children’s educational programming coordinators. The impact of We Day and We Act doesn’t stop at young people and educators. At Free The Children, we know that family members are the greatest mentors in a young person’s life. We have also seen the power of employee engagement through non-profit involvement within corporations. That’s why we’ve expanded We Act to encompass everyone who harbours a sincere desire for active citizenship and civic engagement. We Act enables everyone to get involved.
Infographic-Aside-DOMESTIC41Through Free The Children’s Adopt a Village development model, we implement holistic and sustainable development projects through five key pillars: education, health care, alternative income, food security, and clean water. As a result, we empower children and families in developing communities to remove the barriers to education and break the cycle of poverty. To deepen the lasting impact and create systemic change, we link students and supporters in North America and the UK with a sister village in a developing community to nurture global understanding, and support children overseas. Students at home learn about their adopted village, and fundraise to support a specific project in that community within the five Adopt a Village pillars. In a spirit of transparency and to deepen education and nurture friendships, supporters can even travel to visit and volunteer in an Adopt a Village community.

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