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Owl City went from Myspace to the airwaves with hits like "Fireflies" and "Vanilla Twilight." Find out more about the man behind the name in Kidzworld’s bio. Back to Article

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AngelBoy192
AngelBoy192 wrote:
2014-09-09 17:32:16 -0700

I gotta know! When can I see you agen!?

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Keekeow
Keekeow wrote:
2014-09-09 16:17:16 -0700

That was beautiful.

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KittehFace
KittehFace wrote:
2014-09-09 16:14:24 -0700

Knock knock. Who's there? Hoo. Hoo who? Hey, I'm the owl here!

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-DayDreamer101-
-DayDreamer101- wrote:
2014-09-09 16:00:09 -0700

you would not believe your eye's...

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-ItsMona-
-ItsMona- wrote:
2014-09-09 15:56:17 -0700

@Blak LAWL #Obssessed

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blakbutterfly
blakbutterfly wrote:
2014-09-09 15:55:03 -0700

@mona and raj, he's married to Owl city o.o Devotee :P

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-ItsMona-
-ItsMona- wrote:
2014-09-09 15:46:36 -0700

Raj's love. xD

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vanillatwilightguy
vanillatwilightguy wrote:
2014-09-08 04:06:54 -0700

Owl City is life ♥♥

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magbud
magbud wrote:
2013-11-29 08:07:16 -0800

BTW, I LOOOOOVE OWL CITY!!! But not just Owl city, Adam Young has many other projects that he did before Owl City, like sky sailing, port blue, and my favorite, Aquarium. For all those people who hate Owl City and say he's for little 9 year old girls, Aquarium is screamo, and Adam is 27, so , yeah.

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magbud
magbud wrote:
2013-11-29 08:04:44 -0800

wth is your problem BeastBoySoDope ??? I highly doubt you could write a quadruple platinum hit in you're mom's basement in the middle of the night, or that your music could prevent many people from suicide.

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BeastBoySoDope
BeastBoySoDope wrote:
2013-09-17 05:32:07 -0700

I hate Owl City :3

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greenpencil
greenpencil wrote:
2013-09-16 19:48:31 -0700

I LOVE OWL CITY

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HI STRANGER
HI STRANGER wrote:
2013-09-16 18:57:44 -0700

owl city is awesome!!!! :3

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Youre_Perfection
Youre_Perfection wrote:
2013-09-16 18:44:40 -0700

ERMMIGOSH he is soo adorable and amazing

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EmoSkittleGirl
EmoSkittleGirl wrote:
2013-09-16 18:38:48 -0700

He is so Adorable smile

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KatieStyles
KatieStyles wrote:
2013-09-16 18:36:44 -0700

Oh god I love Owl City!!!!

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EmoSkittleGirl
EmoSkittleGirl wrote:
2013-09-16 18:35:42 -0700

Yep he is amazing smile

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osnapitzhope
osnapitzhope wrote:
2013-09-16 18:35:02 -0700

I love Fireflies so much!

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ahdshd
ahdshd wrote:
2013-09-16 18:32:41 -0700

don't really like them..

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Daybreanna
Daybreanna wrote:
2013-09-16 18:31:53 -0700

Fireflies is the only song I like by him c:

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