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Daniel Powter (born February 21, 1971) is a Canadian recording artist. Daniel Powter's first piano pop single, "Bad Day" debuted not in his home country of Canada, but rather in Europe in 2005. Additionally, "Bad Day" was used extensively by American Idol in its fifth season. Daniel Powter sang the song live at the end of the penultimate show of that season on May 23, 2006.

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Daniel Powter grew up in Vernon, in the Okanagan Valley region of British Columbia. With few local musical influences, he credits his early exposure to music to his mother who was a pianist and took her son on long distance trips to see artists like Prince perform in Vancouver.

"Bad Day" achieved heavy airplay in most European countries and made it as high as #3 on the overall European airplay chart. The song has been recently featured on a commercial in the UK where it peaked at #2 in the singles chart and stayed in the top 10 for 13 weeks. In the United States, the song peaked at #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 seven weeks after it was released. "Bad Day" reached top five in Canada and is now a top 10 hit at Adult Top 40 radio. It was fifth place in the British Record of the Year 2005.

On July 2, 2005, Daniel Powter performed at the Berlin installment of Live 8, a simultaneous group of concerts in nine countries intended to raise awareness of poverty in Africa and put pressure on world leaders for aid. In 2006, Daniel Powter was named the best new artist at the Canadian Juno Awards and was also nominated for Breakthrough Act at the BRIT Awards.