WhitePlain White T's is a rock band, originating from Villa Park, Illinois. They are best known for "Hey There Delilah", which charted high in many countries. In 2008, they received a Grammy nomination for the song.
Mainstream breakthrough: 2006–June 2007 In early 2006 the band teamed with Motion City Soundtrack for a Winter/Spring tour. "Hey There Delilah" was first released on their second album "All That We Needed" for which the band received a Grammy nomination. The band then spent months recording in between festivals and shows from April to July 2008, culminating with the release of a single from their 2008 album Big Bad World. Big Bad World had two hit singles called 1,2,3,4 and Natural Disater all where in the AT40 at number 1 and 2 for 3 consecutive weeks in a row As of late 2008, the band was on tour with the Rock Band Live tour with Panic At The Disco, Dashboard Confessional and The Cab. In 2008 the band played Give It A Name festival in the UK. The band played Reading & Leeds festival 2008 but were booed and bottled continuously throughout their set. Members Tom Higgenson - vocals, guitar Dave Tirio - guitar Mike Retondo - bass guitar, backing vocals Tim G. Lopez - guitar, backing vocals De'Mar Hamilton - drums, percussion Discography
Year Title Label U.S. UK AUS 2000 Come On Over Self-Released 2002 Stop Self-Released then re-released on Fearless Records 2005 All That We Needed Fearless Records 2006 Every Second Counts Hollywood 2008 Big Bad World  Hollywood
Official website Plain White T's at MySpace Plain White T's photography Trash the Stage interview with De'Mar Interview with Plain White Ts Interview with Plain White Ts by Jamie Pham on TheSoCalScene [hide] v • d • e Plain White T's Tom Higgenson • Dave Tirio • Mike Retondo • De' Mar Hamilton • Tim Lopez Steve Mast • Ken Fletcher Studio albums Come on Over • Stop • All That We Needed • Every Second Counts • Big Bad World EPs Hey There Delilah Singles "All That We Needed" • "Take Me Away" • "Hey There Delilah" • "Hate (I Really Don't Like You)" • "Hey There Delilah" (re-release) • "Our Time Now" • "Natural Disaster" • "1, 2, 3, 4" Labels Hollywood