Boys Like Girls Information

Boys Like Girls is a pop rock band that emerged onto the music scene with their infectious melodies, relatable lyrics, and energetic performances. Founded in Boston, Massachusetts in the mid-2000s, the band quickly gained popularity with their debut album and became a prominent name in the pop-punk and alternative rock genres.


  • 2005: Boys Like Girls formed with members Martin Johnson (vocals, guitar), Paul DiGiovanni (lead guitar, vocals), Bryan Donahue (bass, vocals), and John Keefe (drums). Their blend of pop-punk and emo elements garnered attention in the local music scene.
  • 2006: The band signed with Columbia Records and released their debut self-titled album, “Boys Like Girls,” which featured hits like “The Great Escape” and “Thunder.” The album’s catchy hooks and relatable lyrics resonated with fans, and the band began touring extensively.
  • 2008: Boys Like Girls released their second album, “Love Drunk,” which continued their success with tracks like “Love Drunk” and “Two Is Better Than One” featuring Taylor Swift. The album showcased their growth and ability to create anthemic pop rock songs.
  • 2012: The band released their third studio album, “Crazy World,” featuring the single “Be Your Everything.” The album explored themes of love and self-discovery, demonstrating the band’s evolving sound.
  • Hiatus and Return: After a period of relative quiet, Boys Like Girls returned to the spotlight with anniversary tours and performances, reigniting their connection with their dedicated fanbase.
  • 2021: The band celebrated the 15th anniversary of their debut album by performing it in its entirety on a special tour, rekindling nostalgia for fans and introducing their music to a new generation.


  • Boys Like Girls” (2006)
  • Love Drunk” (2009)
  • Crazy World” (2012)


  • Martin Johnson – Vocals, Guitar
  • Paul DiGiovanni – Lead Guitar, Vocals
  • Bryan Donahue – Bass, Vocals
  • John Keefe – Drums

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