Charlie Puth is gearing up for his biggest North American headline tour yet. The “DON’T TALK TOUR” will kick off September 26th at Dallas, TX’s House of Blues and will travel through November (see all dates below). Charlie has announced a new special guest on the tour, Australian singer/songwriter Joel Adams. For complete details and ticket information, visit www.charlieputh.com/tour.
Charlie has been taking over the summer with the third hit single from his now RIAA gold certified debut album, NINE TRACK MIND. “We Don’t Talk Anymore” (feat. Selena Gomez) just jumped from 18 to 13 on theBillboard Hot 100 this week and is climbing radio charts across multiple formats. “We Don’t Talk Anymore” follows Charlie’s record-breaking collaboration with Wiz Khalifa, “See You Again,” and his two previous solo singles – both now 2x RIAA platinum certified – “One Call Away” and “Marvin Gaye (Feat. Meghan Trainor).” “We Don’t Talk Anymore” is also proving to be a global success, hitting Spotify’s “Most Streamed” chart in countless countries with over 190 million streams worldwide.
In addition to releasing both an official video for “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” (watch above), and a live performance video with Selena (watch here), Charlie also delivered a show-stopping performance of the track on FOX’s 2016 Teen Choice Awards. The critically acclaimed performance was highlighted by a dynamic, standing piano solo surrounded by fans, watch here.
Charlie has also released a series of remixes for “We Don’t Talk Anymore” and the popular LASH remix is now accompanied by a black and white animated visualizer, which can be viewed at Charlie’s official YouTubechannel.
A 2016 Billboard Music Award nominee for “Best New Artist,” and recent winner of two Billboard Music Awards, Puth recently concluded a long series of international live dates, including headline shows, radio concerts, and festival appearances this summer. Highlights included a one-night-only show supporting Selena Gomez at Anaheim, CA’s Honda Center as well as two stadium shows supporting one of his musical heroes, the legendary Billy Joel.